In part one of a special three part series on the IED plague killing American soldiers, Newsmax examines the Pentagon’s mysterious inability to field a handheld device to detect the precursor chemicals that terrorists use to make the deadly bombs. The recent loss of four Americans in an attack in Syria adds to the ever-growing IED death toll, and pressure is growing for an effective response
When Vice President Mike Pence assured top U.S. diplomats at an annual State Department gathering in January that ISIS had been decimated, his timing hardly could have been worse.
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