It’s good that Bowe Bergdahl is free, but questions remain about how he went missing that need to be answered.
Eric Shinseki resigned as Secretary of Veterans Affairs this morning, to the surprise of absolutely nobody.
Once again, President Obama’s attempt to communicate a foreign policy vision falls short.
An imperfect timetable, but better than nothing.
Some odd developments in Nigeria
Today’s foreign-policy disputes rarely consider the way America’s response to one crisis might affect another.
Not every tragedy can be resolved with a military response.
The removal of chemical weapons from Syria is nearly complete. Does Obama deserve credit for that?
NATO may be preparing to send Russia a message.
Yesterday afternoon’s shooting spree at Fort Hood appears to be a related to post-traumatic stress.
The DOD says Walmart was violating its trademarks.
Jeremiah Denton, a Vietnam War hero and one-term US Senator from Alabama, has died. He was 89.
Americans are skeptical about getting involved in the Ukraine crisis. This isn’t a surprise.
Afghanistan’s outgoing President says that his nation doesn’t need American troops to stay after the end of the year.
When will BG Jeffrey Sinclair get an effing haircut?
Poking the eye of the institution that passes your budget is a bold choice.
One in ten Army helicopter pilot is a woman, yet men account for 97% of injuries in helicopter accidents.
My latest for The National Interest, “The U.S. Military’s Ethics Crisis,” has posted.
President Obama’s new rules for killing Americans with drones are proving inconvenient.
Sergeant First Class Leroy Petry, recipient of the Medal of Honor for gallantry in Afghanistan, is medically retiring from the Army.
Most Americans now see America’s decade of war as a failure.
Former SecDef Robert Gates is among those who believes that the Iraq War unduly diverted attention from fighting the War On Terror.
A new book by former SecDef Robert Gates is making political waves in Washington power circles, but will it matter to ordinary Americans?
The IDF has finally put a woman in command of a battalion. They’re decades behind American forces.
The Marine Corps’ plan to make women take the same fitness test as men has hit a wee snag.
Michelle Howard has become the highest ranking woman in the history of the US Navy–and the US military, period.