An anonymous US government official says 11 aircraft are missing from Libya and threatening a repeat 9/11 attack. Are they a threat? Are they even missing?
President Barack Obama traveled to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware on Tuesday to honor the 30 U.S. troops who were killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan on Saturday.
A US Army Chinook helicopter on a mission to deliver elite Navy SEALs on a rescue mission crashed Saturday morning, killing all 38 on board, including 22 members of the famous SEAL Team Six.
South Korean troops mistakenly opened fire at an Asiana Airlines passenger plane early Friday morning after misidentifying it as a North Korean military plane, the Yonhap news agency reported on Saturday.
NATO forces on early Saturday morning began using attack helicopters for the first time during military operations over Libya, the multinational force said.
The UAE on Thursday committed a dozen aircraft in support of the U.N.-sanctioned no-fly zone over Libya, officials said, a move welcomed in the United States.
Libyan authorities have reportedly closed civilian airports, including Tripoli International Airport, after the United Nations Security Council approved a resolution to impose a no-fly zone on Libya.