Three US troops have been killed and dozens injured in a drone attack on a US base near Jordan’s border with Syria.

Three US troops were killed in a drone attack on a US base in the Middle East, marking the first time a strike has killed US troops in the region since Hamas’s 7 October attack on Israel. President Joe Biden stated that the US will hold those responsible accountable and that the names of the servicemen killed and injured have not yet been released. The attack took place in Syria, not inside Jordan.

US military personnel are being evaluated for possible traumatic brain injury after a drone attack on a base in Jordan, near the Syrian border. The attack targeted al-Tanf base in Syria, causing a high number of casualties. US bases in Iraq and Syria have been attacked at least 97 times since October.

US Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen CQ Brown aims to deter Iran-backed Houthis from escalating conflict in the Red Sea, despite the group’s attacks on commercial ships in support of Palestinians in Gaza.