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The military is not a substitute for prison time
It's time to retire an old myth.
This fake-looking Air Force photo is totally real and totally amazing
This picture looks fake but trust us, it's totally real.
What a stolen motorcycle reveals about America’s failed strategy in Afghanistan
An excerpt from 'Reign of Terror' by Spencer Ackerman.
‘We are all suffering in silence’ — Inside the US military’s pervasive culture of eating disorders
“PTSD, military sexual trauma, and eating disorders go so, unfortunately well together."
The predictable collapse of the Afghan Air Force is happening in real time
None of this is surprising.
Inside SERE School, where military-grade hide-and-seek meets life-and-death struggle
The first rule they teach is “don’t get caught.”
Tucker Carlson keeps showing that he doesn’t understand the US military
Don't take Tucker Carlson seriously.
‘I felt hate more than anything’ — How an active duty airman tried to start a civil war
Steven Carrillo’s path to the Boogaloo Bois shows the hate group is far more organized and dangerous than previously known.
‘We aren’t going away’ — What Tucker Carlson doesn’t get about women in the military
“Our numbers are growing within the military. You’re seeing more females in positions that they just haven’t had before.”
Fighting to go home: Operation Desert Storm, 30 years later
The war that never really ended.
Insider attacks against US troops in Afghanistan have dropped to a historic low. Here’s why
Insider attacks against U.S. forces in Afghanistan have all but evaporated in recent months.
The Boogaloo Bois have guns, criminal records, and military training. Now they want to overthrow the government
ProPublica and FRONTLINE identified more than 20 Boogaloo Bois or sympathizers who’ve served in the armed forces.
Trump to leave office with vastly more troops in DC than in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria combined
Welcome to FOB Washington, D.C.
Here are the current and former military leaders blasting Trump over the Capitol riots
"Mr. Trump will deservedly be left a man without a country"
Do Americans really care about war crimes?
Trump's pardoning of four Blackwater contractors underscores America's apathy towards war crimes committed abroad.
How to build more resilient and innovative US special operations teams
U.S. special operations forces are at a breaking point. Here's how to fix them.
VA secretary focused on smearing woman who said she was sexually assaulted in a VA hospital, probe finds
"The evidence is replete with examples of VA senior leaders undertaking defensive actions and engaging in confrontational messaging."
‘Modicum of success’ is the new ‘Mission Accomplished’ for Afghanistan
What Milley is saying is the United States has succeeded in not losing the war – yet.
These generals are living proof that you don’t need to be smart to get stars on your collar
It’s the general officer equivalent of watching the changing faces of meth users over time
224 killed, 186 aircraft lost. Military pilots worry about being ‘the next accident’
Military aviation accidents have killed 224 pilots or aircrew, destroyed 186 aircraft and cost more than $11.6 billion since 2013
How Marine Corps culture silenced a sexual assault victim
“[Leaders] don’t give a shit. They flat-out saw she was suicidal and needed help … They left a Marine behind."
The Commandant of the Marine Corps is charging into the future, but some aren’t ready for change
The Corps has acted as a second land army so many times it’s flipped the dessert with the main course.
The unanswered questions from Australia’s harrowing war crimes report
Allegations of war crimes by Australian special forces in Afghanistan have been substantiated by the Australian Defence Force (ADF). Here's what it means for the future of the country's Special Operations Command
Acting SecDef Miller is rewriting the history of the Vietnam War as the US looks for the exit in Afghanistan
Miller’s take on Ford’s role in the war’s end bears no resemblance to reality.