82nd Airborne solider David Hickman was the 4474th American serviceman killed in Iraq. He should be the last.
After 3,193 days and more than 4,000 lives, the American war in Iraq is officially at an end.
While unfortunate, the loss of an RQ-170 drone over Iran may not be the intelligence disaster some make it out to be.
Rick Perry wants a no-fly zone in Syria to prevent ground forces from harming civilians.
With the Super Committee dead, 2012 is likely to see a fight over the defense cuts set to take place starting in 2013.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the green beret as the official headgear of US Army Special Forces.
The Secretary of Defense has some words of warning for those advocating military action against Iran.
The remains of US servicemen killed in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq were thrown out with the trash.
An attack against Iran’s nuclear weapons research facility won’t be an easy thing.
The CIA’s drone war in Pakistan has gotten so out of hand that the Pentagon and State Department are reigning it in.
SFC Kristoffer Bryan Domeij was killed in action in Afghanistan Saturday, on his fourteenth combat tour.
The Supreme Court will have another interesting First Amendment case on its docket this Term.
A computer virus has infected America’s fleet of Predator and Reaper drones.
Mike Flynn, the 2-star who blasted military intelligence, is now the 3-star charged with fixing military intelligence.
One in three U.S. veterans of the post-9/11 military believes the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were not worth fighting.
Anesthesiologist Eugene Lipov thinks he has found a cheap, effective treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. The Army won’t fund it.
Marcia Anderson has become the first African American woman to be promoted to a two star general in the US Army.
Stephen Hill, a US soldier serving in Iraq, was booed by some members of the audience at last night’s Republican debate.
Historian J. David Hacker argues that the death toll from the US Civil War is much higher than we think.
The U.S. War in Afghanistan sounds disturbingly similar to the Soviet one.
Four American soldiers are now on the ground in Libya. Reports have them wearing boots.
Flashback: When David Petraeus was simply known as “Peaches” & was a member of the “French Club”
The U.S may be on the verge of committing the next decade to the future of Afghanistan.
Success in Libya does not make the American mission any less unjustified than it was on the day President Obama announced it.