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Latest Robert Gates Items
With the clock running out before sequestration starts Friday and triggers $85 billion in cuts to defense and domestic spending this year and $1.2 trillion over the next decade, perhaps a quick math and history lesson might be useful.
The Army's chief of staff said Friday that looming budget cuts pose the greatest threat to U.S. security.
Speaking out for the first time since he resigned, retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal takes the blame for a Rolling Stone article and the unflattering comments attributed to his staff about the Obama administration that ended his Afghanistan command and army career.
Dear. Sgt. Shaft: I am writing you to ask for assistance in helping me in time of need.
Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta on Saturday told sailors aboard the country's oldest aircraft carrier that the U.S. is committed to maintaining a fleet of 11 of the formidable warships despite budget pressures, in part to project sea power against Iran.
L eon E. Panetta's first major ad- dress as defense secretary was c clearly designed to be magisterial, the credo of the Free World, still headed by the United States, cognizant of its worldwide responsibilities, albeit with much budgetary belt-tightening. He didn't mention the two wasteful wars that had little to do with defending Western civilization.
A man accused of running an illegal contractor spy ring in Afghanistan has resigned from the Air Force, still maintaining his innocence, and still facing possible criminal charges.
Kim Delaney, star of the television show "Army Wives," had to be escorted from the podium at an event in Philadelphia after struggling to read her speech from a teleprompter.
The commandant of the Marine Corps on Wednesday said that the much-maligned Joint Strike Fighter Program will play an essential role in preserving America's military force in the future.