General Mark Milley said Wednesday that he was not prepared to consider Russia’s downing of an American drone to be an act of war. “Incidents happen,” he said.
Milley, who has served as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff since 2019, gave a briefing at the Pentagon on Wednesday to update the press and the public on what had happened and how the Defense Department planned to proceed.
GEN. MILLEY: “As far as an act of war goes, I’m not gonna…go there. Incidents happen.” pic.twitter.com/exBXmrDf8f
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“As far as an act of war goes, I’m not gonna — I’m not gonna go there. Incidents happen,” Milley said. “And clearly we do not seek armed conflict with Russia and I believe at this
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