DEFENSE - ALL ARTICLES
The Army can replace inaccurate and divisive “extremism” diversity training by teaching First Amendment freedoms. By Dena Sher and Gabe Rottman
Insiders are split on whether to keep prosecution of sexual-assault cases within the military's chain of command.
Procurement officer remains on leave pending review.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has hosted U.S. troops for more than a decade, but now his hospitality is running out, putting a post-2014 deal at risk. By ...
China is stepping up aid to the Philippines, mindful of something the U.S. military has long known: perceptions matter. By Stephanie Gaskell
Agency may whittle down cloud buy’s value.
Faulty bookkeeping conceals billions of dollars of waste, Reuters reports.
Reward has been available since January, but was under wraps for security reasons.
There was no live-fire training happening at the time of the accident.