He choked on his words as he described the helplessness and desperation. There was nothing he could do. His newborn son, born with unexplainable birth defects was fighting for his life, and the doctors could not explain the cause.
As I was finishing up my liberty entertainment article a few weeks ago, I checked lists that other people had made, just to see if I had forgotten something. As I did, I was dismayed to find that in most of these lists, pro-liberty really meant pro-m
According to a source who has participated in the Pentagon-funded DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC), Google is pulling its team from the competition.
Today at Al Jazeera America I argue that the U.S. should stop occupying South Korea, not only because they don’t belong there but because the highly militarized alliance between the U.S. and South Korea doesn’t actually weaken North Korea, but helps
All the hoopla in the media over Bob Gates’ scathing criticism of President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden in his new memoir, Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War, has missed the mark.
Be all the cyberman you can be.
Iran’s state-run media said on Tuesday that its navy has sent warships to the Atlantic Ocean — a historic first for the Islamic Republic.
Since Barack Obama has been in the White House, high ranking military officers have been removed from their positions at a rate that is absolutely unprecedented.
Seeks Assault Rifles and Artillery
America’s Secret War in 134 Countries
PLA source says number of troops involved is unusually rare
Israel has been stealing nuclear secrets and covertly making bombs since the 1950s. And western governments, including Britain and the US, turn a blind eye. But how can we expect Iran to curb its nuclear ambitions if the Israelis won't come clean?
Two-sentence statement says high-speed experimental vehicle not targeting any country
The bottom line when it comes to Afghanistan is that the U.S. has failed in virtually every one of its objectives.
The purchase includes a new black paint job from the local DeFouw Chevrolet dealership and gun turret removal from the nearest Army National Guard outfit, reports Ron Wilkins of the Journal and Courier Online. Wilkins did the math: When the tra
North Korea is undoubtedly one of the most closed off countries on earth. Few Western reporters are on the ground in the country, and its own media efforts are rarely taken as anything other than propaganda.
All the hoopla in the media over Bob Gates' scathing criticism of President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden in his new memoir, Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War, has missed the mark.
Praises Tribal Leaders for Efforts to Oust al-Qaeda
It could be the future of military rescue.
Two US Air Force officers in charge of launching nuclear missiles are under investigation for possessing illegal drugs, officials said Thursday, in the latest setback for the country’s nuclear force. The two officers, assigned to Malmstrom Air Force
Top commanders in the U.S. Army have announced publicly that they have a problem: They have too many "toxic leaders" — the kind of bosses who make their employees miserable.
Military studying new system of smaller, survivable satellites
With al-Qaeda affiliates wreaking havoc in Iraq, Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham seem to lament that no U.S. troops are on the scene to get in on the action.
The U.S. is supposed to withdraw all its troops from Afghanistan by the end of this new year.
It turns out that 931 public schools required nearly 50,000 students to take the military ASVAB test, often without parental knowledge or consent. “The ASVAB is the military’s entrance exam that is given to fresh recruits to determine their aptitude
Last month, the US Pentagon pulled out its crystal ball and released a report that presents a blueprint of what it sees as the future of military robots over the next quarter of a century.
If Jeff Bezos really wants to launch his own delivery drones, he might take a look at the flying bots that are already making deliveries for an even larger operation: the U.S. Marines.
The Pentagon said on Friday it had cut by about a third the list of places where U.S. troops get imminent danger pay, dropping locations like Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf in a move expected to reduce costs by about $100 million a year.
Drones Will Decide for Themselves Who Lives and Who Dies
It has come to my attention that many people have been directing some of their anger about our country’s foreign policy toward the members of the military themselves rather than to our political leaders who dictate what our policy is...