Thirty people are still missing after the Aug. 4 blast, which caused an estimated $10 billion to $15 billion in damage.
The world looked on in horror as two massive explosions ripped through Beirut on Aug. 4, killing more than 150 people.
The announcement makes the UAE only the third Arab nation to have active diplomatic ties to Israel.
There is no indication the contractor communicated his concerns to anyone in the U.S. government.
The move risks opening the way to dragged-out negotiations over a new Cabinet amid urgent calls for reform.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper said that the massive explosions that devastated Beirut were most likely a tragic accident.
Alert status exercises took place at Al Dhafra Air Base, United Arab Emirates, in early July.
The scale of the damage resembles other blasts involving the chemical compound commonly used as an agricultural fertilizer.
Miles from the scene of the blast, balconies were knocked down, ceiling collapsed and windows were shattered.
Kuwait's state-run news agency did not report what made him seek medical treatment.
New soldiers at Fort Sill were the first to graduate Army Basic Combat Training wearing the service's new Army Greens.
Air Force 1st Lt. Kenneth "Kage" Allen was killed.
Soldiers offered feedback on the Army's futuristic new IVAS technology.
The Defense Department is predicting flat or declining budgets in future years.
Preparations are underway across the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs to receive doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.