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Americans used to trust the military more than the rest of the government, but now even that’s fading
Americans are increasingly viewing the military — as an institution — through the lens of partisan politics.
Opinion: Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin must resign
Resignation won’t atone for lives lost, or the debacle that American involvement in Afghanistan became, but it would at least demonstrate an understanding of professional ethics.
How Mark Milley became America’s most politicized general
War is politics – and vice versa.
Top US general praises Air Force crews who rescued thousands from Kabul: ‘Nothing short of a miracle’
"You are the living embodiment of the Statue of Liberty."
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs is tired of ignorant bullsh*t from people who don’t like to read
"I've read Mao Zedong, I've read Karl Marx, I've read Lenin. That doesn't make me a communist."
Defense secretary supports major change in prosecuting sexual assault: Taking cases out of commanders’ hands
"This is a leadership issue. We will lead."
Sexual assault reports increase again despite Pentagon urging troops to not assault each other
“These are assaults. These are blue on blue assaults."
The Pentagon delayed promoting female generals over fears of Trump’s reaction
"I didn’t want their promotions derailed because someone in the Trump White House ... thought DoD was playing politics"
Joint Chiefs to troops: Biden is your next commander-in-chief. Deal with it
"To disrupt the Constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values, and oath: it is against the law."
Gen. Mark Milley definitely has a tattoo and the mystery is killing me
"There’s a good story to it but we’re going to let the mystery live on for a little longer."
How Trump fell out of love with his generals — and why the feeling is mutual
President Donald Trump has ridiculed his top generals, ignoring their advice on some key issues and questioning their intelligence, courage and commitment to U.S. service members
Senator demands ‘immediate’ review of treatment of women and minorities in the military following Vanessa Guillen killing
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) sent a letter on Thursday to Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley, requesting an "immediate" review of the treatment of women and people of color in the military.
There were likely ‘missed signals’ ahead of killing of Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillén, joint chiefs chairman says
"That will be one of the things that we need to implement for the future to make sure it doesn't happen again."
Milley reportedly considered resigning after blowback from Trump’s controversial church photo op
The U.S. military's top officer reportedly spoke with confidantes about possibly resigning from his position as the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff following the criticism surrounding a controversial White House trip to St. John's Episcopal Church earlier this month
Joint Chiefs chairman apologizes for taking part in Trump’s church photo-op
"My presence in that moment and in that environment created a perception of the military involved in domestic politics."
Here’s a bunch of photos from World War II that prove regulation haircuts don’t win wars
I never imagined I'd have to write this out, but here it goes: "Winning World War II had nothing to do with haircut regulations."
Listen to Trump, Esper, and Milley speak straight to troops and their families about COVID-19
"We are at war," Gen. Mark Milley said. "It's a different type of war, but a war nonetheless."
US military restricts movement for thousands of troops due to COVID-19
Coronavirus has forced the military to restrict the movement of thousands of troops in the regions most exposed to the virus: Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
‘All options are on the table’ — Pentagon mulling response to Camp Taji rocket attack by Iran-backed militia
"Let me be clear — the United States will not tolerate attacks against our people, our interests, or our allies."
Pentagon desperately asks for do-over after sending ‘mistake’ letter to Iraqi government about withdrawal
"Here's the bottom line: This was a mistake," Milley said.
This pararescueman will be the next senior enlisted advisor to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Ramon "CZ" Colon-Lopez began training to become a pararescueman in 1994. He has deployed several times to Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere.
Senate confirms Army Gen. Mark Milley as the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
"My dad at the beaches of Iwo Jima went 19 consecutive days without eating in some of the most brutal combat in military history," Milley said in 2018. "Combat is not for the faint of heart. It's not for the weak-kneed."
Army Says Waivers Won’t Be Issued For Self-Mutilators, Others With Mental-Health Issues
The U.S. Army has not and will not approve enlistment waivers for individuals with a history of self-mutilation or other...
As US-Trained Forces Turn On Each Other, Army Expands Foreign Training Mission
The United States Army is quickly reorganizing to expand its training, advising, and assistance to foreign forces — even as...
Army Rolls Out New Field Manual Focused On US Adversaries’ Evolving Capabilities
The Army has reshaped its primary operating concept to focus on large-scale combat against enemies with technology and capabilities similar...