Senate Armed Services Committee
The deadly Niger operation that killed four American soldiers last October was not legally authorized and the service members had not been trained to complete it, Sen. Tim Kaine said Wednesday.
The comments come amid several other scandals, including most recently a general calling sexual harassment allegations “fake news.”
During the campaign, Trump noted that real war heroes — unlike McCain, who was held captive for almost 6 years — don't get caught.
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.
The Senate unanimously approved Eric Fanning to be the next secretary of the Army, making him the first openly gay leader of a US military service branch.
The Pentagon's strategy in its fight against the Islamic State appears to be weakening the group, but there doesn't appear to be any way to finish it off.
The Senate asked the Pentagon how our battles against the Islamic State, the Taliban, and other bad apples are going in bid to prove/disprove Obama was right/wrong about everything.
Gen. Mark Milley's nomination to become the US Army’s next chief of staff creates a conflict of interest in soldier's desertion hearing, according to the soldier's defense team.
Though the government heavily redacted portions of Mohamedou Ould Slahi's 'Guantanamo Diary,' the detention facility won't even allow Slahi to read the book.