To US Army, Getting Women’s Body Armor Quickly Is an Unfunded Priority

Lawmakers question why the service left $81 million to “accelerate” gear for women and short men out of its latest budget request.

US Could Close Kabul Embassy If Future Afghanistan Government Includes Taliban, Top General Says

CENTCOM's Gen. McKenzie says U.S. military will still be able to help interpreters and other Afghan helpers after departure.

Where the US Army’s Cut List and Wish List Overlap

Some programs slated for trimming in the 2022 budget proposal also appear on the service’s list of unfunded priorities.

Afghanistan, Iraq Drawdowns Cut $3.2B From US Army Costs, Officials Say

2022 spending request would shrink service budget by a total of $3.6 billion.

Introducing ‘The China Intelligence’

Everyone needs to understand China better. Open-source intelligence can help.

I Felt More Welcome in Combat Than I Did on Base

A poor command climate can make women feel unsupported and alone.

With Half Its Troops Unvaccinated, Pentagon Aims to Persuade Skeptics

Instead of a “personal health choice,” leaders now call shots a “critical part” of fighting the pandemic.

Space Force’s First Battle Is With the US Army

The newest force is relying on Army and Navy transfers to grow. But giving up missions is not in the military’s DNA.

Defense One Radio, Ep. 83: The U.S. military’s first woman-led mission

From the rice fields of South Carolina comes an incredible story of courage amid unspeakable tragedy.