The saga of accused Wikileaks conspirator Bradley Manning continues to get uglier, with the military acknowledging that he was forced to spend the day naked for, well, no apparent reason.
Pfc. Bradley Manning faces twenty-two new charges, including one that could put him before a firing squad, but investigators still can’t prove any direct links between him and Wikileaks.
Critics of Barack Obama’s foreign policy should engage his actual policies — not policies that don’t actually exist.
LTC Michael Holmes, the fellow who accused LTG William Caldwell of ordering him to perform psychological operations on Members of Congress, is not trained in psyops.
Nine years into a war that seems to be without end, it’s time to declare victory and go home.
The ongoing saga of piracy off the coast of Somali is about to get Americans’ attention again, as a yacht containing four U.S. citizens has been hijacked.
Democratic Congresswoman Betty McCollum has received death threats after questioning the wisdom of the U.S. Army sponsoring a NASCAR Sprint Cup team to the tune of $7 million a year.
Thanks to the help of a group of Tea Party Freshman in the House. Congress has finally cut off funding for a second engine for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter that the Pentagon never wanted.
Stephanie Guttman, author of something called The Kinder, Gentler Military, takes to NRO to tell us how easy it is to cut the Defense budget. She inadvertently does just the opposite.
European subsidies have given Airbus a competitive advantage over America’s Boeing in commercial aircraft salesboein. The reverse is true on military aircraft.
The American military personnel system works against keeping the best and brightest officers in the service.
Captain Dee Mewbourne, who previously commanded the EISENHOWER, will skipper the ENTERPRISE.
With just over a week to go before the 112th Congress convenes, battle lines are already being drawn in battle over the defense budget.
With DADT Repeal now on its way to being fully implemented, the right is now claiming that it poses a threat to the religious liberties of military chaplains. As with their other arguments, this one is totally without merit.
Now that gays will be allowed to serve openly in the military, the command will have some new issues to address.
The repeal of DADT may open the doors for ROTC to return to many elite institutions, if cost doesn’t get in the way.
Marine Commandant James Amos is going all-out to keep gay Marines in the closet, saying allowing them to serve openly could get men killed.
The archaic practice of calling one’s seniors by titles rather than their first name is actually quite useful.
WikiLeaks’ reveals that DynCorp, a government contractor, provided drugs and child sex slaves to Afghan police–and the State Department helped cover it up.