Hagel: Joint efforts blunt ISIL’s advance in Iraq
Top two Pentagon leaders make pivot, declare ISIL the threat is always was.
Amos: Smaller Marine Corps will deploy more
Marine commandant warns that with 70 percent of USMC operational, more support personnel cuts will push corps to the brink.
Pentagon: June is DOD Gay Pride Month
Work told Pentagon Gay Pride celebration audience Defense Department will continue to make life better for gay personnel.
Paxton to Congress: Marines to remain America’s ‘ready force’
With more than 37,000 Marines forward-deployed, home-stationed units “paying the bill” to keep Leathernecks on mission.
Pentagon: Despite Navy Yard, Fort Hood shootings, not safe to allow armed military personnel
DOD spokesman said it is too expensive and cumbersome to ensure garrisoned military personnel are trained to handle firearms.
Civil War scholar: McClellan was victim of history, politics
Clemens: Republicans torpedeod McClellan’s military career fearing his political ambitions WASHINGTON, Sept. 6, 2012 – Union Army Gen. George McClellan is a victim of history, a leading Civil War scholar told a Pentagon audience Sept. 4 on the 150th anniversary | Read More »