"A Change Long Overdue": Rep. Tulsi Gabbard on the First Year of Women in Combat
January 24, 2014

One year ago Friday, the Pentagon rescinded the policy that prevented women from serving in combat roles.

The Navy has formally abandoned all-caps communiques. You probably have, too.
June 24, 2013

The Navy has formally abandoned all-caps communiques. You probably have, too.

Don't Give Up on Ground Troops
With budget cuts looming, the Pentagon should focus on adaptability—not just technolgy

Adaptability, not technology, will win the wars of the future.

The Washington Post's Confused Anti-Hagel Crusade
January 11, 2013

WaPo's editorial board has given two completely opposite reasons for disliking Hagel.

The Military’s Laws on Adultery Make No Sense
November 15, 2012

The military's laws on adultery are a travesty.

Why Won’t the Military Take Troop-on-Troop Rape Seriously?
October 24, 2012

A powerful new documentary indicts the U.S. military for its inaction on the problem of soldiers raping soldiers.

Obama Loses The Cavalry Vote
October 23, 2012

The last time horse cavalry charged into battle was 71 years ago. The man who led the charge is voting for Mitt Romney.

After Abbottabad: Navy SEALs and American Security
October 19, 2012

What's next for Navy's SEAL Team Six?

How Many Constitutions Can Liberals Have?
October 19, 2012

The strange theory of twelve constitutions in one.

Our Test is Here
July 05, 2012

THE ARRIVAL in the United States of Winston Churchill coincides with bad news. In Libya, Rommel, instead of being routed, as we were led to expect a few weeks ago, has put the British tank forces out of action, captured Tobruk without a struggle, and driven his enemies back on the Egyptian border. Submarine sinkings in the Atlantic, and particularly in the western part of it, instead of coming under control as the comfortable predictions of the navy assured us they would, have markedly increased -- as we write, the radio reports nine sinkings in a single day.