North Korea now claims it has miniaturized nuclear warheads sufficienctly so that they can be placed on missiles. They also say they can launch missiles from submarines.
Ray Mabus is trying to make serving in the Navy and Marine Corps more attractive to women.
Seymour Hersh is out with a conspiracy theory about the death of Osama bin Laden that just doesn’t make sense.
ISIS owns more territory than it did when the US bombing campaign began.
A wholly successfully first test for NASA’s next generation manned space vehicle.
The Navy has stripped Navy veteran Bill Cosby of an honorary promotion in the wake of unproven sexual misconduct accusations.
Former Senator Jim Webb is the first Democrat to kinda, sorta, throw his hat into the ring for 2016.
The Navy Special Warfare community is angry at SEALs exploiting their part in the bin Laden raid.
The passing of a true legend in American journalism.
Poor Joe Biden can’t stay out of the news. This time, it’s not one of his gaffes but one by his youngest son.
Heather Havrilesky asks, “Why Are Americans So Fascinated With Extreme Fitness?
Corporal Jordan Spears died in a V-22 accident in operations against the Islamic State.
Newly released documents reveal that Henry Kissinger wanted to attack Cuba in the mid-1970s.
It would appear that someone needs to introduce the Air Force to Article VI of the Constitution.
Basically, the answer is that nobody really thought there was much of a risk that a plane could be shot down.
My latest collaboration with Butch Bracknell, “Ahmed Abu Khattala and the Miranda-Rights Question,” has posted in The National Interest.
The news media of 1914 didn’t see World War One coming, but it’s not clear that we’re any better.
Native American names are everywhere.
There’s essentially no analogue in the civilian justice system. Here’s why.
The President’s well-intentioned campaign against military sex crimes has backfired.
Eric Shinseki resigned as Secretary of Veterans Affairs this morning, to the surprise of absolutely nobody.
The saga of Malaysian Air Flight 370 continues to be just weird.
Cowardice. There really isn’t any other word for it.
Middle East peace talks are apparently in such bad shape that the U.S. is thinking of releasing Jonathan Pollard as an incentive to Israel.
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.
The IDF has finally put a woman in command of a battalion. They’re decades behind American forces.
Nobody gets the airplane they wanted but at least they’re paying more for the one they’re getting.
Michelle Howard has become the highest ranking woman in the history of the US Navy–and the US military, period.
The defense authorization law requires the Defense Department to go back to a single camouflage pattern.
Dana Milbank offers a nonsensical reason for denying our youth the freedom to choose their own path.
It may not strike most people as “fun,” but there’s nothing wrong with retailers being open on Thanksgiving Day.
Without hard choices on pay and benefits, the Pentagon will have to make big cuts in readiness.
Few subjects rile members and veterans of military service more than changes to the uniform.