The Latest: Iran says it doesn't want war, but will respond


America's top military officer says in his opinion a Ron was intending to kill U. S. personnel with the missiles fired at military bases in Iraq early Wednesday the Pentagon says sixteen Iranian missiles were fired across the border one struck inner Beale eleven missiles landed at the Alassane air base in western Iraq there were no casualties prompting some to wonder if a run it gone easy with its retaliation over the killing of a top general but joint chiefs chairman mark Millie says he believes the missiles were aimed to kill a structural damage destroyed vehicles and aircraft and to feel personally he says intelligence analysts are still investigating defense secretary mark S. purses lives were spared because our warning systems and all those things were activated and watching he says there are ongoing discussions with the White House on what happens next Jackie Quinn Washington

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