U.S. Intelligence Says Iran Has Made Threats Against Fort McNair And The Army’s Vice Chief Of Staff Gen. Joseph M. Martin

The threats are one reason the Army has been pushing for more security around Fort McNair, which sits alongside Washington's bustling newly developed Waterfront District. A fire boat is seen checking buoys in the waterway next to Fort McNair, seen in background in Washington on Friday
Daily Mail/AP: Iran threatens to kill Army vice chief of staff Gen. Joseph M. Martin and attack Fort McNair base where he lives
* Iran has made threats against Fort McNair and the Army's vice chief of staff Gen. Joseph M. Martin * Senior U.S. intelligence officials said communications intercepted by the NSA showed that Iran discussed mounting 'USS Cole-style attacks' against the base * The base, one of the oldest in the country, is Martin's official residence * The threats are one reason the Army has been pushing for more security around Fort McNair
Iran has made threats against Fort McNair, an Army base in the nation's capital, and against the Army's vice chief of staff, two senior U.S. intelligence officials said.
They said communications intercepted by the National Security Agency in January showed that Iran's Revolutionary Guard discussed mounting 'USS Cole-style attacks' against the base, referring to the October 2000 suicide attack in which a small boat pulled up alongside the Navy destroyer in the Yemeni port of Aden and exploded, killing 17 sailors.
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Update: AP sources: Iran threatens US Army base and top general — AP
WNU Editor: If these threats are true, it tells me that the Iranians still want to avenge the assassination of General Soleimani.Original Article

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