Pakistan is seeking advanced U.S. attack helicopters and other weapons to bolster preparations for what its military is calling a "silent surge" into the mountain lairs of al Qaeda's senior leadership in the country's Northwest Frontier Province.
Senate candidate Mark Steven Kirk pushed back Tuesday against a Pentagon statement that he improperly mixed politics with his service in the Navy Reserve, while his Democratic opponent said Mr. Kirk wasn't being truthful.
Sen. John McCain was in midsentence when Army Gen David H. Petraeus got woozy during an appearance before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday.
As early as this week, the Senate may turn to the annual legis- lation known as the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which is supposed to provide the Pentagon what it needs to defend our nation. Unfortunately, thanks to an amendment added in the Senate Armed Services Committee that would impose the radical homosexual agenda on the U.S. military, a more appropriate title for this bill would be the "Bring Back the Draft Act."
Neither the Bush nor Obama administration has wanted to build a second engine for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, and it's one of the biggest spending cuts on the list President Obama submitted to Congress this year -- a list Republicans have been begging Democrats to allow votes.
The public thinks the military rather than Congress should decide the issue of "open homosexuality" in the ranks, according to a poll released Tuesday by the Family Research Council.
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The Army is considering whether to rescind an invitation to evangelist Franklin Graham to appear at the Pentagon amid complaints about his description of Islam as evil, a military spokesman said Wednesday.
The Pentagon and the Department of Homeland Security created quite a stir last week. Their reports on terrorism failed to make any reference to the Islamist nature of the threat. It struck Sen. Susan Collins, Maine Republican, as a "glaring omission." It was.