Trump Clears American Soldiers Involved In War Crimes

Against the advice of his top military advisers, President Trump has cleared three American soldiers of war crimes, sending a horrible signal to the world and to the troops in the field.

Mark A.R. Kleiman, 1951-2019

A great public intellectual, pioneering blogger, and all-around good man is gone.

McConville Hearings Highlight Military as Family Business

All three children of the next head of the Army are following in his footsteps.

Army Officially Bringing Back ‘Pinks and Greens’

A slight variant of the uniform from World War II and Korea is coming to a soldier near you.

Are Mass Shootings a National Security Threat?

Phil Carter makes an interesting argument but he’s ultimately mistaken.

Veterans Who Aren’t Veterans

Phil Carter draws attention to “The Vets We Reject and Ignore.”

McCain and Hagel: United by Vietnam, Divided by Iraq

In “Veterans and Senate Buddies, Until Another War Split Them,” Elisabeth Bumiller profiles the relationship between Chuck Hagel and John McCain:

Why Veterans Can’t Fit In On Campus

An Atlantic story on veterans returning to college is both poignant and miscast.

Dissent in the Army

Fixing America’s Military

Ultimately, “fixing America’s military” will require fixing America.

‘Convictions’ New Law Blog

Intel Dump’s Phil Carter is the editor of a new legal group blog for Slate called Convictions.