The service is taking a big risk but not without much discussion.
There are even higher obligations than taking care of Marines.
In Defense One, Butch Bracknell and I explain “Why ‘Different Spanks for Different Ranks’ Are Often Justified.”
The Army brass is worried about its diversity in critical mid-level posts.
My latest for War on the Rocks: “Don’t Believe Everything You Read in the Papers.”
There’s essentially no analogue in the civilian justice system. Here’s why.
When will BG Jeffrey Sinclair get an effing haircut?
My latest for The National Interest, “The U.S. Military’s Ethics Crisis,” has posted.
The Army and Navy are finally doing something about brass bloat.
Tim Kane continues his campaign against the US military’s antiquated personnel system.
A surprise Friday resignation at the CIA.
A change in the law will radically increase retirement pay for generals and admirals.
It may be time to change rules keeping women out of combat roles. But “fairness” isn’t the right question.
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.