Lieutenant colonel in charge of sexual assault prevention busted for assaulting woman in Arlington parking lot
‘We regard this as a law enforcement matter’
‘It would be like shooting ourselves in the head, is what the secretary of defense has said’
Air Force begins training program for F-35 stealth fighter
Air Force is pulling nine cargo aircraft from military operations to carry around security vehicles, armored limousines and communications gear
Obama administration argues separation pay should be decided by military
Why the Joint Strike Fighter engine competition is so important.
'Catch and release' policy draws fire in Afghanistan - Washington Examiner
More than 500 suspected Taliban fighters detained by U.S. forces have been released from custody at the urging of Afghan government officials
Where are Tea Party groups getting all of the money they’re spending in the run-up to the election?
By making timely and targeted investments, we can give the Gulf region the shot in the arm it needs to weather the latest economic storm.
The records, which document his superiors’ decisions to pass over Greene for promotion, cite mistakes as severe as improperly uploading sensitive intelligence information
A glitch in time - AP
Glitch renders 10,000 U.S. military GPS receivers useless for days; officials blame installation of new software
The use of U.S. military force in Iran is highly undesirable, but the threat of its use as negotiating leverage is essential; and for that threat to be credible, the U.S. must be willing to use overwhelming force, the lesser of two evils, as a last resort
Inside the secret X-37B space plane - POPULAR MECHANICS
Move over NASA. The U.S. Air Force has spent decades on the concept: an unmanned space plane that can be used to spy, reposition satellites, possibly even bomb targets, then return to base. A successful launch next week could turn that vision into a reality
While the military is waiting for the French to decide the Air Force’s future, tens of thousands of American jobs, billions of dollars and our airmen are waiting
Marc Thiessen begins his new book, ‘Courting Disaster,’ with something of a disclaimer: For reasons of security and classification, he says, he should not have been able to write it. He’s right. He shouldn’t have been able to write it. But I’m glad he did.
Job numbers are still looking bad. Slowing the rate of unemployment may be relatively welcome news, but it is not the same as creating jobs.