Teachers pursue ‘more secure form of protection’
Educators examine the merits of gun ownership.
Video: Marines welcome new commandant
Dunford accepts the battle colors of the U.S. Marine Corps.
Bellavia: ‘Danger’ soldiers of 1st Infantry Division misused in confused Iraq mission
The U.S. needs to ramp up fast to save Iraq, the current Iraqi Army is filled with “candlestick makers in uniform.”
Medal Of Honor Roll Call : Robert L. Howard
A member of the top secret Military Assistance Command’s Studies and Observation Group, Howard was wounded 14 times in Vietnam.
Review: “The Yanks Are Coming!”
The First World War veterans are all gone, but their lessons remain learned and unlearned.
Brad Pitt honors WWII Veterans at ‘Fury’ premiere
Brad Pitt said having WWII Veterans on set to share their experiences helped the actors portray the constant fatigue, sacrifices of soldiers in combat.
Anti-ISIL strategy working, needs patience, Austin says
Commanding general of U.S. Central Command lays out his view of the campaign against forces of the Islamic State.
American boots on the ground: A moral basis
Our political leaders would be smart to embrace the Just War Theory as a basis for a wise Middle Eastern policy, even using American “boots on the ground” to terminate such jihadist evil.
The New York Times discovers WMD in Iraq
Political battlespace preparation for Hillary Clinton is a tricky business.
Ebola, ISIS, and the Great Moment of Doubt
Both the Ebola and ISIS contagions flourish in the vacuum of leadership.
Nameless Non-War update: ISIS threatens Baghdad
Obama gave ISIS a chance to prove they could take the Great Satan’s best shot, and remain on offense.