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Someone to Talk to Upon Returning From War

After serving in Vietnam, John Cowart spent three decades helping soldiers who were struggling with the effects of military service.

Pentagon Employees Are Still Flashing Purchase Cards at Casinos, Strip Clubs

Despite a new security crackdown, the Defense Department watchdog finds lax enforcement by managers.

Defense Budget Experts Urge Changes to Wartime Funding Account

Former Pentagon comptroller says reform is necessary for long-term planning.

 Wounded Warrior soldiers conduct a practice match under the tutelage of soldiers from the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit at Fort Benning, Georgia.

Assault-Rifle Camp for Kids, Courtesy of the American Military

A look at the Army’s annual marksmanship clinic for children aged 9 to 18

Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson speaks at the National Libertarian Party Convention in Orlando, Fla., in May.

Libertarians Want Answers From Vets Group Over Gary Johnson Diss

The presidential candidate was not invited to a Sept. 7 forum on national security and vets issues that will feature Democrat Clinton and Republican Trump.

Report: If DOD Doesn't Embrace Open Source, It'll 'Be Left Behind'

Currently, the department uses open source software “infrequently and on an ad hoc basis,” unlike tech companies like Google, Amazon and Facebook that wouldn’t exist without open source software.

An MQ-1 Predator unmanned aerial vehicle attached to the 324th Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron takes off in 2013.

The Political Role of Drone Strikes in U.S. Grand Strategy

Passionate disagreement over drone strikes obscures the fact that we actually don’t know much about how they affect U.S. interests.

Pentagon Science Board Recommends “Immediate Action” to Counter Enemy AI

Defense scientists worry that the U.S. could be on the losing side of a AI arms race.

About 60 U.S. soldiers from the 25th Infantry Division at Schofield Barracks and 40 Marines from I Marine Expeditionary Force trained alongside about 600 New Zealand Defense Force soldiers during Exercise Kiwi Koru in 2014.

The U.S. Military Holds More Pacific Exercises Than You Probably Realize

The Army's Pacific Pathways program is even bringing some nations' military units to America for training.

Pentagon and Air Force Told to Clarify Plan to Retire A-10 Aircraft

GAO wants sharper data on impact of changes in close air support strategy.

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