Amazon’s plan to offer a drone delivery service—Amazon Prime Air— is all the buzz. On Sunday on 60 Minutes, Amazon CEO …
When the Sisterhood Attacks: The Cautionary Tale of Colonel Lynette Arnhart
An Army colonel trying to level the playing field for female soldiers gets accused of sexism and the Internet rages on
How To Really Honor Veterans: Extend Benefits to Transgender Vets
Twenty percent of transgendered Americans have served in the military. They deserve the same protections as other vets.
What Ails Vets Today
Adjustment to civilian life means leaving behind the most supportive and cohesive social network they’ve ever experienced
Military Recruiters Have Gone Too Far
The Pentagon is using video games to infiltrate middle schools.
On Syria: Be Clear, Then Hit Hard
A demonstration of American airpower and political will would help the President regain the high ground
Viewpoint: Overzealous Prosecution of Bradley Manning Backfired
In the end, the final casualty may be America’s reputation as a bastion of freedom
Bradley Manning and Our Real Secrecy Problem
The dilution of vital state secrets with information that isn’t truly sensitive made Wikileaks and Bradley Manning inevitable
How the Military Can Change the Culture of Assault
Instead of more training, the U.S. Army needs to overhaul how it promotes its leaders
What Bush Got Right On Iraq—and What Obama Can Learn From It
Before pulling the trigger on Iran, the U.S. should review how Bush nearly drove Saddam Hussein from power without an invasion
Iraq War Legacy: Are Today’s Vets Better Off?
Society can now separate the soldier from the cause, and our country has made significant strides in veteran care
Yesterday: Iraq. Tomorrow: Iran?
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?
Why We Shouldn’t Fear Personal Drones
The more widespread the technology, the better the uses we will find for it