The video of the Taliban handing Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl over to the US military is one of the most fascinating pieces of footage the world has ever seen. But take another look. There's a lot more to the tape than meets the eye,
What's behind the vicious campaign against the last American POW in Afghanistan?
The Gitmo prisoner swap that sent Bowe Bergdahl into the loving arms of the psych ward at Landstuhl Military Hospital near Ramstein AB, Germany is in the news.
The American military's expansion to the continent poses significant challenges to democratization and domestic security
Key facts from the late Michael Hastings' profile of the freed Taliban POW
Political Row Has Many Questioning Father's Long Beard
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the last known American POW, was freed after five years in captivity — an ordeal that began and ended in Afghanistan under a shroud of mystery.
For more than a decade there have been sightings of unusual high-speed watercraft patrolling up and down the Columbia River The vessels belong to the Navy SEALs and are part of an ongoing project called Sealion
A $70 million program will try to develop brain implants able to regulate emotions in the mentally ill.
"Bureaucracy destroys initiative. There is little that bureaucrats hate more than innovation, especially innovation that produces better results than the old routines. Improvements always make those at the top of the heap look inept. Who enjoys appea
Directive No. 3025.18 [PDF]: "Defense Support of Civil Authorities," Dec. 29, 2010
Under a blazing sun, Vice President Joe Biden challenged graduating Air Force Academy cadets on Wednesday to help create a “new world order for the 21st century.”
This graphic, which David J Kilcullin, then the Chief Strategist for the State Department's Office of the Coordinator for Counterterrorism, included in a 2006 presentation at the U.S. Government Counterinsurgency Conference, isn't one of the all-time
Recently, Sarah Palin the former GOP vice presidential nominee and Alaska governor made an "unbelievable" connection between the abuse of tax dollars and zombies.
He's right. They don't.
The New York Times is reporting that the U.S. is helping to form elite counter-terror units within the militaries of four African countries. It's another sign that the U.S. views Islamist extremism in western and northern Africa as more than a purely
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, is launching a $70 million program to help military personnel with psychiatric disorders using electronic devices implanted in the brain.
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For the last two years, Darpa has been working to make waging cyberwar as easy as playing a video game. Now, like so many other games, it’s about to get a lot more in-your-face.
President Obama held a press conference last week to express his outrage over reports that the Veterans Administration was routinely delaying treatment to veterans, with some veterans even dying while on alleged secret waiting lists.
This Memorial Day, Barack Obama and members of Congress will honor our veterans by wearing ribbons and laying wreaths, but what they should really do is apologize to the entire nation for treating them like human trash for the past five years.
DARPA's cyber warriors dive into the Internet with Oculus Rift
Memorial Day provides the political class countless opportunities to ruin an otherwise thoroughly enjoyable holiday weekend. Local politicians materialize at parades, picnics, and churches to give speeches about “freedom.”...
Wes Moore joined the US Army to pay for college, but the experience became core to who he is. In this heartfelt talk, the paratrooper and captain—who went on to write "The Other Wes Moore"—explains the shock of returning home from Afghanistan.
Civilians don’t miss war. But soldiers often do.
Just in time for Memorial Day, we’re once again being treated to a generous serving of praise and grandstanding by politicians and corporations eager to go on record as being supportive of our veterans.
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President Barack Obama made headlines Wednesday when he deployed 80 American troops to Chad.
It had taken a while, but Army Staff Sgt. Sam Shockley had meticulously compiled a list of all of his war wounds, including his diminished memory, only to leave it sitting in his bedroom as he went rushing off to his appointment.
The military whisked away politicians, declared a curfew from 10 p.m. until 5 a.m. and clamped down on the media.