British Lawyers Warn Attack Would Violate International Law
Officials Offer Few Details on Uruzgan Province Killings
Noor Khan's father was killed in a CIA drone strike in Pakistan along with 40 other people last year
Around the clock, about 16 times a day, drones take off or land at a U.S. military base here, the combat hub for the Obama administration’s counterterrorism wars in the Horn of Africa and the Middle East.
The Pentagon’s secretive drone and commando base in the Horn of Africa is getting a lot bigger and a lot busier as the U.S. doubles down on its shadowy campaign of air strikes, robot surveillance and Special Operation Forces raids in the terror haven
CNN founder Ted Turner, in arguing for a greater role for the United Nations as the world's policeman and condemning U.S. military spending, said recently that rise in military suicides in relation to combat deaths is a "good" development.
The White House defends the deaths of civilians they’ve caused with drone strikes overseas, but as the number of casualties created by the remote-control murder machines perpetually soar, the United Nations says they will soon start an investigation.
Snipers are already one of the more deadly anti-personnel assets the U.S. military has, but somehow, they're going to get deadlier.
Army wives stepped forward Tuesday at the Association of the U.S. Army’s annual conference to explain the continued struggle they face in rehabilitating their spouses injured in war and the challenges that remain working with Warrior Transition Units
Four Chinese government ships entered territorial waters around disputed Tokyo-controlled islands early Thursday, the Japanese coastguard said, sparking a strong protest from Japan.
Sudan on Wednesday accused Israel of carrying out missile strikes against a military factory that killed two people in Khartoum overnight and threatened to retaliate.
While the U.S. geared up for the second presidential debate last Tuesday, a building sat pulsing with computers, electronic surveillance, and security systems in the Utah high desert.
Says New Govt. Needed to 'Counter Syria'
Both candidates agree, secret kill lists and unaccountable CIA ‘double tap’ drone strikes are necessary
In the United States, the dominant narrative about the use of drones in Pakistan is of a surgically precise and effective tool that makes the U.S. safer by enabling “targeted killing” of terrorists, with minimal downsides or collateral impacts.
French Govt. in 'Secretive' Talks With US on Invasion Strategy
Never mind looming defense cuts or residual technical challenges.
Remember Falluja? That city in central Iraq was the scene of two furious attacks in 2004 by American Marines.
When Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said the other day the U.S. war in Afghanistan is "succeeding" and "has turned an important corner," I could have sworn I had heard that before. Where could it have been?
Locals in eastern Turkey, bearing the brunt of the fallout from Turkey's involvement in Syria, believe Ankara is merely a pawn in US plans to foment conflict in the region.
The Mail on Sunday today reveals shocking new evidence of the full horrific impact of US drone attacks in Pakistan.
The CIA has asked the White House to increase the number of drones it employs to transform it into a paramilitary force, despite recent statistics that show the majority of drone deaths are civilians.
Getting heavy stuff to locations far away, without spending a ton of money on fuel, and without the need for a runway is a dream of military planners and corporations alike.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta on Thursday nominated a former senior commander in Afghanistan as the new head of the military's Africa Command, which oversees US security efforts on the continent.
Petraeus Pushes for Bigger Drone Fleet
Just 2% are militant leaders
'Largest US-Israeli Exercise in History'
Britain’s Royal Navy has built one of the world’s most advanced ship simulators, designed to prepare trainee naval officers for navigating through tricky waters before they even leave the shore.
An investigation into a rocket glitch may delay the planned Oct. 25 launch of the U.S. military's enigmatic X-37B space plane, Air Force officials say.
Gunner was a Marine bomb-sniffing dog, until he suddenly became so skittish, he couldn't perform his duty.