Recent articles from James W. Weirick
The Technology Company Fighting Terrorism With Millennials
Palantir Technologies is a Silicon Valley company solving the information needs of the U.S. government.
The Terrible Timing Behind The Army’s Bergdahl Announcement On National Medal Of Honor Day
March 25 should forever be reserved for honoring the brave recipients of the Medal of Honor and nothing more.
The Cash, Bribery, And Prostitution Scandal That Continues To Haunt The Navy
The Navy’s claim that it has held senior officers accountable for misconduct in the “Fat Leonard” bribery scandal does not withstand scrutiny.
The Military Doesn’t Always Want Jurisdiction When Prosecuting Service Members
The military’s claim that it needs criminal jurisdiction doesn’t stand up to the reality of all the times it’s avoided it.
David Petraeus And The Glaring Problem With His Plea Deal
David Petraeus knowingly lied to FBI special agents to protect himself, but everyone seems to have forgotten that.
We Need To Figure Out Who’s In Charge Of The War Against ISIS
The appointment of former Marine Gen. John Allen as special presidential envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter ISIS is contributing to a disjointed military command.