Sec. of Defense Mark Esper says he opposes deploying active-duty military troops to subdue protests. President Donald Trump has repeatedly suggested invoking the Insurrection Act to do so.
It's unclear whether the Pentagon will take them up on the offer.
Due to the leak, nearly 6,000, most of whom were living in military housing at or near Pearl Harbor, were sickened and sought treatment for their ailments.
Guard members will not carry firearms or take part in law enforcement or domestic-surveillance activities, the Pentagon said.
“Climate change is a clear and present threat to both national security and Americans,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Barbara Lee wrote alongside more than a dozen colleagues.
A federal judge ruled Monday that the Force failed to flag a conviction that might have kept a gunman from legally buying a weapon used to kill more than two dozen people.
It’s unclear where the chicken, now named "Henny Penny," came from or how she got to the Pentagon.
President Joe Biden said a counterterrorism operation in Syria has taken Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi "off the battlefield." Civilians were reportedly killed in the raid.
More than 3,300 service members are at risk of being thrown out soon.
“What this is about is reassurance to our NATO allies," Pentagon press secretary John Kirby said Monday, adding that no troops are intended for deployment to Ukraine itself.