Before pulling the trigger on Iran, the U.S. should review how Bush nearly drove Saddam Hussein from power without an invasion
Society can now separate the soldier from the cause, and our country has made significant strides in veteran care
It was 10 years ago this week that George W. Bush launched his ill-fated war of choice in Iraq. Will action against Iran be next?
The more widespread the technology, the better the uses we will find for it
The ten year delay between on-the-ground reality and official policy shows a troubling bureaucracy
As a new lawsuit shows, the ban doesn’t protect women in service from physical danger, and it denies them benefits they deserve
The former SEAL behind the book ‘No Easy Day’ didn’t get his work vetted by the military. Here’s why I did
There is no place for intolerance in our armed forces. And yet Milwaukee shooter and army veteran Wade Page has done his damage
The time is now to reverse the heartbreaking trend of soldiers taking their own lives every day
The biggest barrier to preventing suicide among our service members and veterans is countering the disciplined self-reliance that they’ve been trained to embrace
The politics of war would be profoundly different if more Americans had a direct connection with the military
An experimental Army program is trying to train soldiers to be resilient. But what does that mean?