Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories . With strike aircraft already in the air and on their way to the targets, President Joe Biden made last-minute changes to the plans for his first major military order as commander in chief source to avoid killing a woman and children, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday . Last week, Biden directed the US military to carry out a strike against facilities in Syria used by Iran-backed militias who executed a series of rocket attacks in Iraq that killed and wounded US and coalition personnel. The Pentagon said in a statement that "the operation sends an unambiguous message: President Biden will act to protect American and coalition personnel." Though there have been other military operations since Biden took office, the strikes marked the first known military action the president personally directed. US Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Chris Drzazgowski Two F-15E Strike Eagles dropped seven precision-guided munitions that completely destroyed nine facilities and damaged two others at a location in Abu-Kamal along the Iraq-Syria border. The targets were chosen deliberately to cripple militia operations, as well as send a message to Iran, but not to leave behind a significant number of casualties. The Journal reported Thursday that the plan was initially to strike more targets , but Biden, with Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin's guidance, changed plans with the strike aircraft only about 30 minutes out from the target after intelligence spotted a woman with children in a courtyard. The battlefield intelligence indicating the presence of a woman with children in the strike area was relayed to the president by national security advisor Jake Sullivan. Biden then had to make a decision to call off the airstrikes or hit only one of the two targets. Biden opted for the latter. Bombs fell over the lone target about 1:30 a.m. in Syria. In the aftermath, the president made his message to the Iran-backed militias and Iran clear in a public statement , saying: "You can't act with impunity. Be careful." The Biden administration began planning its response shortly after a rocket attack in mid-February that killed a coalition contractor and wounded at least seven Americans, including a US service member. On Thursday morning last week, Biden met with senior officials in the Situation Room, where he was presented with a selection of retaliatory actions. The president's choice was the most conservative of the available options, The Journal reported . Biden's decision to alter his plans to prevent the undesired killing of a woman and children is consistent with other administration actions, such as the decision to curtail drone strikes outside active war zones amid a policy review looking, in part, at whether steps need to be taken to better prevent the unintentional killing of civilians . The airstrike in Syria killed one militia member and wounded two others. The Pentagon said the strike achieved its goals when questioned about whether the strikes were a sufficient response.https://www.businessinsider.com/biden-airstrike-militias-last-minute-changes-to-strike-plan-2021-3
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Miles told the investigator the purpose of this meeting was to “talk with her more about her career aspirations and to tell her about a sports agent he had seen on a recent trip.” He admitted driving her alone in his car but denied kissing her. While the investigator could not make a determination of what happened, she criticized Miles’ behavior. “However, there can be little doubt that the conduct, if true, is inappropriate and unacceptable,” the report says. “Even accepting XXX’s version of events, it appears that he has shown poor judgment in placing himself (and the student employee) in a situation in which the student employee might be uncomfortable and/or he can be subject to such complaint.” Prior to Student No. 2’s complaint, another student worker, referred to as Student No. 1, reported in the summer of 2012 that she had a phone call and other interactions with Miles that made her uncomfortable. The student said she became concerned when Miles had asked her to babysit his children, but then changed his plans and asked her to join them to go watch a movie. This student had also stayed at Miles’ condo one night, at Miles’ wife’s suggestion, the report says. The report also says that Student No. 1 told Student No. 2 that Miles had “cornered” and touched her, but she denied this during her interview with the investigator. Student No. 2 maintained that Miles had subjected her to “unwanted touching.” As a result of Student No. 1’s concerns, Alleva met with Miles and barred him from having any one-on-one meetings or interactions with student employees, and from texting or calling them. The athletic department also conducted various sexual harassment trainings, and Miles was told that student employees could not babysit for him. The report says Miles also texted at least one other former student employee using a personal phone that LSU had no knowledge of or way to monitor. The student said she wasn’t uncomfortable with it, though she found it unusual. The investigator found it “troubling,” she wrote, that other department employees addressed the situation by telling the student to ignore the texts; the employees “implied that others had similar experiences,” the report says.https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/investigations/2021/03/04/es-miles-banned-contacting-co-eds-after-probe/6918204002/