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SecDef Esper to troops: Please don’t endorse political campaigns
'Maintaining the hard-earned trust and confidence of the American people requires us to avoid any action that could imply endorsement of a political party, political candidate or campaign by any...
Top Navy SEAL admiral who clashed with president over Gallagher case will reportedly retire early
Rear Adm. Collin Green reportedly vowed to resign or be fired rather than not revoke now-retired SEAL Eddie Gallagher of his trident.
Pardoning war criminals will hurt US troops deployed overseas. I know from experience
"What I held as the unfathomable moral bedrock of the U.S. military — condoning the worst actors on the battlefield — has now become an acceptable reality"
Trump’s nominee to lead the Navy vows to find ‘root causes’ of SEAL misconduct despite empty ethics training review
President Donald Trump's nominee for the Navy's top officer wants to identify the "root causes" of the slew of misconduct that's roiled the Naval Special Warfare community in recent years...
‘I went to war for this country’ — Mark Esper pushes back on Elizabeth Warren’s accusation of working for his ‘own financial interest’
An otherwise sleepy confirmation hearing for Defense Secretary nominee Mark Esper was jolted from its legislative stupor after Sen. Elizabeth … Continued
Acting SecDef Shanahan thinks the F-35 program is ‘f–ked up’ just like everyone else
I, for one, appreciate the candidness.
Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan cleared in ethics probe
It could pave the way for Shanahan to finally get an official nomination from the White House.
Mattis To Lawmakers: ‘National Defense Is Not A Partisan Issue’
After shaking the hands of all 984 Air Force Academy graduates under a blazing sun Wednesday, James Mattis looked tired. … Continued
ISIS Wants You To Watch US Troops Dying. Is That News? I Don’t Think So
Last night, scrolling through my Facebook feed, I came across a Change.org petition many of my military buddies had signed … Continued
To Protect Veterans, Keep The VA Ban On Employees Working With For-Profit Colleges
On Sept. 14, the Department of Veterans Affairs quietly announced that it will waive a common-sense ethics law for all … Continued
The Navy’s Going Easy On Officers In ‘Fat Leonard’ Scandal, Report Suggests
It was “perhaps the worst national-security breach of its kind to hit the Navy since the end of the Cold … Continued
This Vet-Turned-Congressman’s Pet Rabbit Improperly Racked Up $600 In Campaign Travel Expenses
Rep. Duncan Hunter used campaign funds to pay for $600 of airline fees to fly a pet rabbit, one of … Continued