Mark Millie, Iran, Iraq discussed on AP News Radio

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The chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Millie says he doesn't think Iran was just sending a message with a Levin ballistic missiles landing at the al Asad air base in western Iraq no Americans were killed but Millie says based on what he saw he believes the strikes were intended to kill personnel and cause structural damage destroy vehicles equipment and aircraft he says an early warning system helped save lives president trump is calling on NATO to increase its involvement in the situation in the Middle East Jackie Quinn Washington

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