Such strikes would likely spread deadly agents downwind, possibly killing civilians
The attack on Libya two years ago offers a handy blueprint.
The Navy is seeking outside help — complete with fake mullahs and warlords — to train them
Since President Obama scrapped the U.S. military’s role in September’s Bright Star joint training exercise with the Egyptian military last Thursday because of the government’s killing of close to 1,000 protesters, attention has …
The old saying is that no one washes a rental car. It’s a little bit different at the Pentagon. Over there, they rent a lot of cars for travel by staff in and around the capital. They don’t need to wash many of them, either …
Cairo’s brutality highlights U.S. fecklessness despite billions in military aid
Amid budget drought, service takes steps to keep its putting greens lush.
Government’s largest wind farm to be used to generate electricity for assembly of atomic bombs
The 2003 invasion helped sow the seeds for an incipient civil war.
Just over two years ago, Air Force Major General Margaret Woodward was leading the U.S. air war against Libya that ultimately toppled Muammar Gaddafi. Now she’s fighting a more formidable foe.
The police and FBI have a single goal in the manhunt now unfolding in Boston: get their man.
No longer any point in pretending. The U.S. is in such a rush to pull out of Afghanistan, it’ll risk the sacrifice of 2,086 U.S. troops and more than a half-trillion dollars to put the “graveyard of empires” in its rear-view mirror.