Teachers pursue ‘more secure form of protection’
Educators examine the merits of gun ownership.
Medal of Honor Roll Call: Bennie G. Adkins
Despite suffering 18 wounds in the jungle battle, Adkins returned to duty and made one more deployment to Vietnam–a classified tour he refuses to discuss.
NTOA to host Dorner, Nairobi attacks ‘incident defriefs’ at Sept. 21-26
SWAT officers to review, discuss two recent high-profile events involving tactical law enforcement locked in a standoff.
Video: Hagel, Dempsey testify to Senate on anti-ISIL strategy
The military’s top officer offered his view of the situation in Iraq, Syria.
Army marksman wins Double Trap gold in Spain
“I had a lot of distractions, but every time I went to close the gun I told myself, ‘be still, don’t move, see [the targets] come out,’ and went with it,” he said.
USAG Bamberg closes after 69 years of US Army presence
The Army shutters its Bamberg garrison, continues withdrawal from European theater.
Teaching the neurotic Left to hate ISIS
Not only do they chop off heads, but they don’t have a health-care plan, and their grade-school social studies curriculum stinks.
Interpreting the Islamic State’s jihadi logic
What was the logic of propagating to the world videos of its beheadings of two Americans (and subsequently a Briton) — sure to inflame public opinion?
War: A matter of semantics
“Mankind must put an end to war, or war will put an end to mankind.”
ISIS in Australia
Australian police thwart the kind of terrorist attack we have good reason to worry about in America.
Uh-oh: the Kurds have got problems, too
A push by ISIS, which has tanks now, forces the Kurds on defense again.