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Latest Pentagon Items
White House political advisers canceled President Obama's planned visit to the Golden Temple in Amritsar, India, amid concerns that his wearing an orange scarf there would fuel misperceptions that he is a Muslim.
The nation's most senior intelligence official said on Monday that U.S. security agencies worked together well in halting al Qaeda's latest bomb plot, after shortfalls were found after an earlier plot by the group to conduct a suicide bombing on a Detroit-bound jetliner.
Dozens of retired military chaplains say that serving both God and the U.S. armed forces will become impossible for chaplains whose faiths consider homosexuality a sin if the "don't ask, don't tell" policy is ended.
What does today's sluggish U.S. economy have in common with a controversial, $35 billion Air Force contract? In both cases, working Americans feel as if they're playing a rigged carnival game.
The recent Wikileaks Iraq war-data dump was meant, apparently, to embarrass the Pentagon, do some damage to our national security and expose our armed forces to the possibility of new enemy attacks.
Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud said earlier this year that terrorists should begin to target American cities. Several recent incidents indicate that our enemies are getting the message.
The FBI says the same gun was used to shoot at the Pentagon, a Marine Corps museum and a vacant Marine recruiting station in northern Virginia.
Pro-military advocates are warning against the dangers of letting federal district court judges start making significant Pentagon policy, saying it would essentially turn the military over to a network of political appointees who could be swayed by various pressure groups.
The Obama administration's attempt to have it both ways with homosexuals in the military has failed, at least for the moment. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday stayed a reckless lower court order that attempted to overturn the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" law prohibiting homosexuals from serving openly in the military.