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.
Not only is the US outspending all our allies and competitors combined in real dollars on defense, we’re doing so in terms of GDP as well.
Rick Perry declared, “One of the reasons that I’m running for president is I want to make sure that every young man and woman who puts on the uniform of the United States respects highly the president of the United States.”
Honoring the fallen by ensuring that the didn’t die in vain is a recipe for getting more good men killed.
The defense spending lobby is already engaging in fear-mongering over very modest defense cuts.
A disastrous day for American troops in Afghanistan.
The general made famous by his leadership of the Katrina effort has some harsh words for our political leadership.
The cuts to Pentagon spending in the new debt deal are further revealing a split in the GOP over foreign policy and military spending.
The Air Force has suspended a course that teaches nuclear officers that Christian ethics permit them to do their job.
A legendary American soldier, General John Shalikashvili, has died.
The ban on gays openly serving in the military will end in September, nine months after President Obama signed the repeal into law.
The Army is fielding tiny blast sensors to gauge the effects of explosions on individual soldiers.
Howard Wiarda’s book on the National War College is based on his experiences from 1991 to 1996.
While it’s true that the South and the Heartland disproportionately contribute to our all-volunteer force, the notion that our forces are mostly Nebraska farmboys is false.