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Betrayal of the Kurds Is a Stain on American Honor
The lesson underscored by the SDF-Assad alliance was not lost on the Middle East: Russia would stick with its allies.
Every Veteran Has a Voice. Here's How We're Going to Listen to All of Them
"An estimated 7.4 million veterans are nowhere in the advocacy or policy process."
The Hong Kong Protests: the Price of Democracy May Be Economic Prosperity
Civil unrest is nothing new to Hong Kong.
Military Pay Raise at Risk in Budget Impasse, Key Lawmaker Says
The military's promised 3.1% pay raise this year could be at risk in the budget impasse.
Democrats Protest $200M in Additional Border Wall Transfers
President Donald Trump has quietly transferred more than $200 million from DoD counterdrug efforts toward building his wall.
Army Secretary: Congressional Budget Delays Give Our Enemies the Advantage
The Army's modernization programs are at risk from budget haggling in Congress, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said.
The Fight Against ISIS
Trump Lifts Sanctions on Turkey, Says Cease-Fire Permanent
"We're getting out," Trump said at the White House, asserting that tens of thousands of Kurdish lives were saved.
‘Hacksaw Ridge’ Producer to Make Movie About American Volunteer Who Died Fighting ISIS
Levi Shirley was an American who volunteered to fight alongside the Kurdish YPG against ISIS before his death in July 2016.
Former SpecOps Commander in Syria Criticizes US Pullout, Broken Promises to Kurds
Retired Army Gen. Raymond Thomas joined a list of former officers who have questioned the withdrawal of U.S. troops.