March was another month of tragic, needless lives lost, the searing grief of mother’s and father’s for lost son’s and daughters.
Next time the Regime identifies a group of people as "domestic terrorists," the result might be a summary mass execution, or imprisonment in military custody, rather than a trial.
As the Pentagon begins to wind down the war in Afghanistan, the smaller conflicts elite U.S. forces are fighting around the world are heating up.
The US-supported Yemeni military called in airstrikes to bomb the area
Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta rejected the legitimacy of the opinion of most Americans
A sophisticated multilayered missile defense architecture is being created in the immediate vicinity of Russia...
Numerous countries are developing military presence in the Arctic
Reserve Corporal Jesse Thorsen says punishment “absolutely worth it”
'No Flexibility' In Talks
The Obama Administration’s promises to prosecute Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales over the Kandahar massacre seem to be in serious doubt today, as US military officials revealed that they haven’t been able to access the sites of any of the killings.
Child witnesses to the massacre of 17 Afghan civilians by Staff Sgt. Robert Bales say there was more than one U.S. soldier party to the crime, contradicting the story told by the Pentagon.
A delegation of West African leaders was prevented from landing in Mali after pro-junta demonstrators flooded the airport.
With the threat of a British tanker strike threatening to paralyze 90 per cent of gas stations, the government’s decision to train 200 military teams to get behind the wheel shouldn’t come as a surprise given the UK’s sordid history with oil.
The military's top-secret research agency threw millions of dollars at a bomb-detection system that worked no better than a coin toss, according to military sources.
The Philippines is offering the United States greater access to its airfields and may open new areas for soldiers to use, as the Pacific country seeks stronger military ties with its closest ally, moves likely to further raise tensions with China.
The situation in Mali remains tense as neighbors threaten sanctions against the country taken over by a military junta.
With growing incidence of Afghan attacks on American soldiers, the US military is taking desperate measures to protect its personnel.
The US is sending an amphibious assault group and a couple of thousand US Marines to the Persian Gulf.
The amount of data leaked to ‘a foreign entity’ by a Canadian Navy intelligence officer standing trial is reportedly comparable to the alleged WikiLeaks dump by Pvt. Bradley Manning.
Centcom.mil released on 22 March 2012 a declassified 2,100-page report on slaughter of 23 Afghan non-combatants – men, women, children – in February 2010, blamed on Creech drone pilots over-enthusiastically calling in Hellfires on a 3-vehicle civilia
Barack Obama actually plans to do it. He actually plans to neuter America by unilaterally dismantling most of the U.S. strategic nuclear arsenal.
Founder of the Trends Research Institute Gerald Celente discusses how conditions of this recession are similar to post-World War recessions.
Oath Keepers is assisting in the legal defense of Marine Corps Sgt. Gary Stein, who is facing military administrative proceedings to separate him from the Marine Corps
DARPA, along with Boeing's underground Phantom Works unit and Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works, all make it their business to cook up designs from the Pentagon's wildest dreams.
WASHINGTON — After a series of violent episodes and setbacks, support for the war in Afghanistan has dropped sharply among both Republicans and Democrats, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll.
The Pentagon has revealed plans to deploy elements of its global antiballistic missile defense system in Asia and Middle East.
Syrian troops crossed into Lebanese territory and clashed with opposition forces there, according to eye witness reports. Other sources say there was no actual incursion.
A man in Afghan army uniform opened fire at British servicemen, killing two. The attacker was eliminated in reprisal fire.
Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was wanted dead so his secrets would die with him.
In a statement delivered today regarding his meetings with US special representative Marc Grossman, Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari expressed support for parliament’s recent positions on the Pakistani-US relationship, saying they were a sign of