LTC Daniel Davis reflects on the state of the Army as Afghanistan winds down.
Bribes, mistresses, cheating on tests—has the armed forces’ professional ethos turned perverse?
The new secretary of defense was the great hope of realists and non-interventionists. But where is he today?
The male fanbase for “My Little Pony” caught even the show’s creators off-guard. Is this the end of American manhood?
Will military turf wars cost our troops their best friend in the sky?
NSA revelations are challenging preconceptions of whistleblowing and journalism.
Towns and counties across the state are alternately banning and welcoming marijuana.
Overmedication is an epidemic in our armed forces—and kills beyond the battlefield.
An informal group begun by Col. John Boyd and mathematician Tom Christie calls on the Pentagon to do more with less.
As hawks flock to Obama’s side over Syria, their hold on Republicans is slipping.
Col. Gian Gentile talks about his new book and the failures of savior-generals and their doctrines.
The NSA whistleblower is embraced by unlikely admirers: conservatives in politics and media.
The FBI’s intelligence gathering on the website fits a pattern of targeting journalists who probe state secrets.
Epidemiologist says VA hid and manipulated data regarding burn pits and Gulf War syndrome.
Courts are overturning the military tribunals’ few convictions, while the notorious prison costs taxpayers millions.
The popular reality series confronts an “uncertain and problematic” future
Brain injuries, post-traumatic stress, and depression are as hazardous as any battlefield — and kill more of our veterans.
Cuts are coming to the Pentagon whether sequestration happens or not–but the military-industrial complex is prepared.
Security theater aside, just what is the decade-old DHS good for?