On April 28, 1993, the Combat Exclusion Policy that prohibited women from taking combat aircraft assignments was finally lifted by then-Secretary of Defense, Les Aspin. Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Frank B. Kelso was the …
Honor student and majorette Hadiya Pendleton, 15, was gunned down in a shooting barely a mile from President Obama’s Chicago home.
I look down and I see my combat boots walking over the dust-filled rocky landscape again.
I feel like I am over-heating under the weight of my kit.
The sun is so bright, and the sound of the rocks rubbing together sends …
Obama is a longtime Chicago Bears fan, but in a recent interview he said if he had a son he would have to “think long and hard” about letting him play football.
The share of America’s workforce that’s unionized hit a 97-year low in 2012. The weakness of labor is everyone’s problem — and its revival everyone’s opportunity.
A B-52H Stratofortess comes in for a landing at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., Jan. 7.
A spike in home prices shows that the housing market is continuing its slow path to recovery.
Ray LaHood, the last Republican left in Obama’s first-term Cabinet, announces his resignation.
…why can’t U.S. soldiers change on the fly, depending on their changing mission?
Apparently, they soon will be able to, according to this recently-updated solicitation, which begins:
The Soldier Protection System
With corporations (and dilettante millionaires) taking over cattleraising, the family-owned ranch may soon ride into the sunset
After years of resisting calls for it to drop its opposition to gay members and troop leaders, the Boy Scouts of America may finally — slowly — be changing its tune.
We noted a couple of weeks ago the Navy’s efforts to try to reduce sexual assaults in the ranks by getting rid of the so-called “bystander mentality.” That’s where people – in the instant case, sailors – look the other way …