Why the Pentagon’s prescription for staying ahead of the curve falls short.
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Despite the Iran review bill, President Obama has been gaining—not losing—power to negotiate and wage war abroad.
Two key military assignments helped position Air Force Gen. Paul Selva to become the next Vice Chairman of the Joints Chiefs of Staff — and perhaps, eventually, the chairman.
Only about half of projects GAO examined had been transitioned to a government acquisition program, a military user, a prime contractor or eventually commercialized.
Politics, timidity and a resistance to change in government are threatening the sustainability of the armed forces.
The convicted soldier wants to change the laws that landed her there.
GAO warns delays in notification may discourage reports of wrongdoing.
More than $1 million in charges were made in Las Vegas and Atlantic City.
The Army is in the midst of a five-year effort that aims to identify factors that protect or put at risk a soldier’s mental health.
An increase in spending through the Overseas Contingency Operations fund is short-sighted, officials say.