“Those generals fought for the institution of slavery,” Gen. Mark Milley told a House hearing.
Among the potential friction points eyed were Army National Guard units with nicknames honoring Confederate leaders.
Part 4: From the size of the US military to outdated 'legacy' weapons, experts say something has to give.
Nukes or conventional weapons, “the current budget does not allow you to do both,” says Gen. Dave Goldfein, suggesting Congress create a separate account.
A series of constitutional amendments will cement Putin’s hold on power, change Russian life, and give the West fewer options for dealing with him.
Democrats suspect the White House is trying to paint the assessment as less solid than it is.
Part 2: The candidate’s surrogates are outlining a plan to beat China’s leaders, not change them.
The president also claims he’s made the service’s ships more beautiful.
Michael Griffin, defense undersecretary for research and engineering, and his deputy announced their July 10 departure in an email to staff.
The GOP’s reelection effort to deflect criticism on ‘Beijing Biden’ is destroyed by Trump’s former national security advisor.
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Google CEO-turned-DoD advisor pushes back on notion that turning Chinese students away will keep America safer.
The court’s top prosecutor found that the U.S. military may have committed “torture.”
As the military wrestles with racism and its symbols, the commander-in-chief draws a line.
USAID's new deputy White House liaison has condemned the “tyrannical LGBT agenda” and celebrated Hungary’s right-wing prime minister as “the shining champion of Western civilization.”
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