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 U.S.Pacific Fleet Commander Adm. Harry Harris

"They hung themselves with fabricated nooses made out of clothes and bed sheets.

They have no regard for human life, neither ours nor their own. I believe this was not an act of desperation but an act of asymmetric warfare against us."

Rear Admiral Harry Harris, commenting on Guantanamo suicides
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The missile, which the North's media said can carry a heavy nuclear warhead, could reach the U.S. state of Hawaii if it was sacked on a normal trajectory, American experts warn.
During the Land Power in the Pacific (LANPAC) military conference in Honolulu, hosted annually by the Association of the US Army's Institute of Land Warfare, Adm. Harry Harris said that Japanese ground forces would be firing a shore-based missile ...
Adm. Harry Harris Jr. made the remarks at a lecture for a Tokyo think tank after meeting with Japanese leaders that he said focused on North Korea's missile and nuclear programs.
U.S. Pacific Command Commander Adm. Harry Harris Jr. answers questions during a speech at US Pacific Command Commander Admiral Harry Harris Jr. answers questions during a speech at the Sasakawa peace Foundation. Author Carlton Cooper.
Adm. Harry Harris Jr. made the remarks at a lecture for a Tokyo think-tank after meeting with Japanese leaders that he said focused on North Korea's missile and nuclear programs.
Admirals say the darnedest things. Over at the U.S. Naval Institute's Proceedings magazine, retired U.S. Pacific Command intelligence Chief Capt.
The proposal, dubbed the Asia-Pacific Stability Initiative, was first floated by Senator John McCain and has been embraced by other lawmakers and, in principle, by Defence Secretary Jim Mattis and the head of US Pacific Command, Admiral Harry Harris ...
The Japan Times caught our attention over the weekend with a report that China has urged the US to fire head of the US Pacific Command Admiral Harry Harris in exchange for China's cooperation pressuring North Korea. Citing a single source close to ...
According to the Japan Times, China proposed an unconventional quid pro quo ahead of last month's Mar-a-Lago summit: China would help pressure North Korea, the offer went, if Trump fired Admiral Harry Harris, the PACOM commander whose Japanese ... The ...
The Chinese leadership headed by President Xi Jinping made the request, through its ambassador in the United States, to dismiss Adm. Harry Harris, known as a hard-liner on China, including with respect to the South China Sea issue, the source said.
As PACOM chief Adm. Harry Harris notes, "Thanks to America's strategic 'rebalance' everything that's new and cool in the U.S.
On Wednesday Adm. Harry Harris, the commander of U.S. Pacific Command told Congress last week that the system would be operational "in coming days".
The United States military is dropping so many bombs on Islamic State targets that the U.S. is running out of explosive munitions, according to one top admiral. Adm. Harry Harris, commander of U.S. Pacific Command, told Congress last week that in order ...
So dire are tensions between the two countries that Markey supports U.S. Pacific Command Adm. Harry Harris Jr.'s call last week to station defense radar and ballistic missile interceptors in Hawaii.
US Pacific Command Commander Adm. Harry Harris Jr. testifies on Capitol in Washington before a House Armed Services Committee hearing on North Korea.
"If it flies, it will die," Adm. Harry Harris Jr. told U.S. lawmakers at a hearing Wednesday. Like nearly everything associated with the world's last Cold War standoff, the truth is muddier.
"If it flies, it will die," Adm. Harry Harris Jr. told U.S. lawmakers at a hearing Wednesday. Like nearly everything associated with the world's last Cold War standoff, the truth is muddier.
"I'll just say that I think the crisis on the Korea peninsula is real; it's the worst I've seen," Adm. Harry Harris, commander of U.S. Pacific Command, told lawmakers on the Senate Armed Services Committee Thursday after being asked whether the crisis ...
America's Pacific forces commander, Adm. Harry Harris Jr., told Congress on Wednesday the system would be operational within days.
The concerns U.S. Navy Adm. Harry Harris, Jr., commander of the U.S. Pacific Command, sketched out were essentially carbon copies of those that we've been telling you about here for the last four years.
On Wednesday, US Navy Adm. Harry Harris, the four-star commander of US Pacific Command warned that the US military would be taking steps to push back against China in the South China Sea.
US admiral says N. Korea crisis is at worst point he's seen ... In this photo taken April 26, 2017, U.S. Pacific Command Commander Adm. Harry Harris Jr. testifies on Capitol in Washington before a House Armed Services Committee hearing on North Korea.
U.S. Pacific Command Commander Adm. Harry Harris Jr. testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, April 27, 2017, before the Senate ?
FILE - In this Wednesday, April 26, 2017, file photo, U.S. Pacific Command Commander Adm. Harry Harris Jr. testifies on Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, April 26, 2017, before a House Armed Services Committee hearing on North Korea.
"It's real," Adm. Harry Harris Jr., commander of U.S. Pacific Command, said during testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee.
(WASHINGTON) - The senior U.S. Navy officer overseeing military operations in the Pacific said Thursday that the crisis with North Korea is at the worst point he's ever seen, but he declined to compare the situation to the Cuban missile crisis decades ...
In this photo taken April 26, 2017, U.S. Pacific Command Commander Adm. Harry Harris Jr. testifies on Capitol in Washington before a House Armed Services Committee hearing on North Korea.
In this photo taken April 26, 2017, U.S. Pacific Command Commander Adm. Harry Harris Jr. testifies on Capitol in Washington before a House Armed Services Committee hearing on North Korea.
In this photo taken April 26, 2017, U.S. Pacific Command Commander Adm. Harry Harris Jr. testifies on Capitol in Washington before a House Armed Services Committee hearing on North Korea.
The top U.S. commander for the Asia-Pacific region said Wednesday he could not rule out a nuclear first strike by North Korea, telling lawmakers the U.S.
The top U.S. admiral in the Pacific said Thursday he "wouldn't bet his farm" on China effectively reining in North Korea.
In this photo taken April 26, 2017, U.S. Pacific Command Commander Adm. Harry Harris Jr. testifies on Capitol in Washington before a House Armed Services Committee hearing on North Korea.
The senior navy officer overseeing Pacific military operations says North Korea crisis is at the worst point he's ever seen. Adm. Harry Harris Jr. says he has no doubt North Korea intends to develop a nuclear missile capable of striking the US. (April 27).
Adm. Harry Harris Jr. is commander of U.S. Pacific Command. He tells a Senate committee, "It's real." Harris says he has no doubt North Korea intends to develop a nuclear-tipped missile capable of striking the United States.
In this photo taken April 26, 2017, U.S. Pacific Command Commander Adm. Harry Harris Jr. testifies on Capitol in Washington before a House Armed Services Committee hearing on North Korea.
US Pacific Command chief Adm. Harry Harris told the House Armed Services Committee that the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile defense system would be "operational in the coming days to be able to better defend South Korea against ...
... admonish as an aggressor, with the U.S. vowing to push back with upcoming Freedom of Navigation operations in the South China Sea and pushing other countries to do the same, U.S.
U.S. Pacific Command Commander Adm. Harry Harris Jr. testifies on Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, April 26, 2017, before a House Armed Services Committee hearing on North Korea.
Earlier Admiral Harry Harris, head of US Pacific Command, said the US would be ready "with the best technology" to defeat any missile threat.
During congressional testimony Wednesday, Adm. Harry Harris Jr., says reports that the USS Carl Vinson battle group may be vulnerable to North Korean attacks are misleading.
"That's my fault for the confusion," the officer, Adm. Harry B. Harris Jr., told the House Armed Services Committee during a hearing on security challenges in the region.
This image made from video of a still image broadcast in a news bulletin by North Korea's KRT on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, shows what was said to be a "Combined Fire Demonstration" held to celebrate the 85th anniversary of the North Korean army, ...
Adm. Harry Harris Jr. tells the House Armed Services Committee that deploying American warships to waters around the Korean Peninsula and flying B-1 and B-52 bombers in the skies above help to "ameliorate (North Korean leader) Kim Jong Un's worst ...
And while Adm. Harry Harris said "in general" the forces in the U.S. Pacific Command are adequate, he asked the House Armed Services Committee on April 26 "to support continuing investments to improve our military capabilities.
"It will be operational in the coming days and able to better defend South Korea," Pacific Command Commander Adm. Harry Harris told U.S. lawmakers, warning the threat from Pyongyang is not limited to the Korean Peninsula. "With every test, Kim Jong Un ...
... in South Korea said. Kim Jong Un's regime is testing ballistic missiles and nuclear devices with growing frequency and aggressiveness, Admiral Harry Harris said in prepared testimony for a hearing Wednesday before the House Armed Services Committee.
The US military in the Asia-Pacific region wants longer-range weapons and more submarines, Admiral Harry Harris, head of US Pacific Command (PACOM), told the House Armed Services Committee on 26 April.
On Wednesday, South Korea started installing key parts of a contentious U.S. missile defense system that also has sparked Chinese and Russian concerns.
U.S. Pacific Command Commander Adm. Harry Harris Jr. testifies on Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, April 26, 2017, before a House Armed Services Committee hearing on North Korea.
(VERO BEACH, FL) U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM) Commander Admiral Harry Harris made these statements Wednesday to Senate Armed Services Committee member Senator Adam Smith (D-WA) while discussing if he believes North Korea's threats to use ... Where ...


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