Trump's Defense Secretary Still Has No Idea Who OK'd the Tear-Gassing of D.C. Protesters
“I’m just saying, I don’t know, I’ve never pursued it with anybody because we get caught up in other things more relevant,” Mark Esper said at a congressional hearing Thursday.
Why You Should Be Skeptical of the US Military's 'Successful' Missile Defense Test
The missile it intercepted was probably moving slower than one fired at the US from North Korea would be.
Carnegie Mellon Helped the Government Access a Terror-Linked iPhone, Source Says
It’s not clear if this relates to the San Bernardino case.
What We Know About the Nude Photo Scandal Implicating Hundreds of Marines
The Defense Department is investigating reports that US Marines traded naked pictures of female service members and vets in a secret Facebook group.
The Alleged NSA Thief Stole Information Impacting At Least Five US Agencies
On Wednesday, the Department of Justice indicted former NSA contractor Harold Thomas Martin III with willful retention of national defense information.
The US is sending hundreds more troops to Iraq to retake Mosul
The latest force increase came less than three months after Washington announced it would dispatch about 200 more soldiers to accompany Iraqi troops advancing toward Mosul.
American women will have to register for the draft if the US Senate has its way
Now that women can hold any position in the US military, including on the front lines of war, Congress has taken up the debate over whether they should also be registered for the draft.
US Commandos Are Fighting the Islamic State on the Frontlines in Syria
The American troops were photographed and videotaped on the frontlines of a Kurdish-led offensive against the Islamic State in Syria.
Even if the US Government Doesn't Shut Down, the Pentagon May Be Screwed
Stopgap measures Congress may put in place to prevent a government shutdown could wreak havoc on the Defense Department's ability to plan for the future.
An Army Contractor Misplaced Four $500K Drones for Eight Months
Oh, and then an audit of an audit found a fourth drone missing.
The US Navy Really Seems To Like 'Rolling Stone'
The magazine published a 5,500 word article about why the military thinks climate change is a national security threat, and the Navy is promoting the piece on its social media.