Christine Fox, the real-life inspiration for Charlie of “Top Gun,” and the casual sexism of 1985.
Social scientists take note: the press has gotten bored with Syria, so your data are no longer reliable.
Republicans looking to Benghazi for political ammunition are likely going to be disappointed.
The United States is currently negotiating for a U.S. troop presence in Afghanistan after 2014, but they’re not sharing their plans with the American people.
The story of an American Green Beret found living in Vietnam 44 years after he had been declared dead appears to be a hoax.
President Obama said today that he wants to move forward with closing the prison at Guantanamo Bay but there’s little he can do on his own.
A new poll shows that 62% of Americans oppose American military intervention in Syria’s civil war.
Once again, politics is dictating military policy.
There are far too many appointed positions in the US government. And many of them are unfilled.
General Petreaus is now Dr. Petraeus and will be teaching a 1-1 load a the City University of New York.
A former Navy SEAL charges that Blackwater snipers killed American citizens in New Orleans during Katrina’s aftermath.
Chuck Hagel has countermanded his predecessor and canceled the Distinguished Warfare Medal.
The Navy’s Blue Angels demonstration team has canceled the rest of its 2013 season in response to budget cuts.
Examining SECDEF’s call for radical overhaul of our defense structure against the fate of similar calls past.
The Army has ruled, correctly, that the victims of Major Nidal Hassan are not entitled to the Purple Heart.
The Army has war gamed a conflict to secure a failed North Korea. It would not be a cakewalk.
A tendency to expand objectives mid-fight has seen America fail in its last four major wars.
Chuck Hagel has cemented his legacy as the greatest Secretary of Defense ever.
Congress is banding together on a bipartisan basis to fight the greatest problem facing the country: the precedence of the Distinguished Warfare Medal above the Bronze Star.
Reminding government employees that they are employees of the government is suddenly controversial.
The regime we fought for in Iraq is now aiding the regime we’re fighting against (at least by proxy) in Syria.
Bradley Manning has pleaded guilty to 10 charges stemming from turning classified documents over to WikiLeaks.
Tim Kane continues his campaign against the US military’s antiquated personnel system.
The Obama Administration has given us a peek at its legal arguments for targeted killings and they are troubling to say the least.
I joined the Army so I could travel, fight, and go on adventures. Just like Bilbo and Frodo Baggins.
Andrew Bacevich bemoans the social impact of the all-volunteer force.