Army Sergeant Thaddaeus Hendershot conducts a pre-mission brief before a meeting with civilian leaders in Farah City Nov. 29.
Last week the Pew Research Center released a survey of American and European attitudes on a host of issues.
Never underestimate the importance of expectations.
In early 1992, a census report predicted that 40 percent of children would soon live in divorced homes.
If you buy a Chase gift card for a friend or relative or employee, you may notice that it comes with snowflakes or bubbles or one of the other decorative choices the bank offers.
All-too-depressingly common military-procurement tale from Sunday’s New York Times on the failure of the Air Force to modernize the software system designed to keep its airmen outfitted with sufficient supplies to wage war:
The Pentagon reports that the incidence of traumatic brain injury among U.S. troops has dropped from 644.6 per month in 2011 to 372.8 for 2012, through October. TBIs – the so-called “signature wound” of the post 9/11 wars – …
Paris, a military working dog, stands in a tactical vehicle in Farah province, Nov. 24.
The unfolding revolution wrought by unmanned aerial vehicles has freed a number of military missions from the tyranny of human endurance. Plinking terrorists no longer requires an aircraft with oxygen flowing into the cockpit, …