Gayle Tzemach Lemmon’s book examines the Syrian conflict through the lens of women’s protection units.
Defense & Pentagon
Drill was part of the corps’ training for readiness during wartime.
Forces ensure replenishment of Ohio-class submarines for strategic preparedness.
The aftermath of the Capitol riot is generating finger-pointing over who did and didn’t want the Guard deployed.
The military is “trying to identify people who are in hate groups or some of these militias,” a former Navy judge advocate says.
Vets are returning to civilian lifestyles and using their knowledge to help others who face mental and emotional anguish
China’s military rise means recalibrating the alliance’s strategy.
A New START treaty is set to expire in February, making new negotiations critical.
Harsh treatment during World War II did not deter the first black naval officers.