The Pentagon should block out the noise and proceed with its plans to cut the bloat from AFRICOM.
Recent short-notice Middle East deployments are stark reminders of the challenges military members and their families face.
Stories of trade-offs and heartache are a dime a dozen in the military community.
"Just because we have a strong military, should our first response to every hothead and trouble spot be the use of force?"
On Jan. 3, early morning Baghdad time, the United States killed Iranian Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani.
America appears to be beset by adversaries on all sides, trapped in prosecuting never-ending wars.
The Army's new talent management system is an excellent example of how one change can impact almost every goal.
In recent years, some Turkish officials have cited Ottoman history to reassert Turkish rights across the Mediterranean.
It's not unusual to see a certain level of "buffoonery" in the stands, and the Army-Navy game is no different than any other.