The Cold War is not quite as over as we thought it was.
Vol. 83, No. 4
The 2001 defense budget does not cover today’s most urgent needs or begin to address long-term require
USAF leaders and others tell more of the story behind the Allied Force campaign.
They’re saying that the force is going back to its roots as a deployable force to be reckoned with.
The Hart–Rudman Commission ponders the ways in which the US can reconcile national security ends and m
Health care for military retirees isn't a big priority for the Administration, but Congress may decide
The new surgeon general says the system will center on two "platforms"--expeditionary deployments and
A photochart of Capitol Hill defense committee members.
Defense spending has fluctuated greatly over four decades, but the current budget is lower than all but eight of the preceding 40.
Twenty-five years ago this month, the Vietnam War came to an end with bewildering speed.
Critics complain that it teaches militarism, but a great many schools and communities like it, and so
House Panel Calls for Halt in Anthrax Shots A sharply critical House of Representatives report has called for a suspension in the Pentagon’s anthrax immunization program. The effectiveness of the anti-anthrax shots is uncertain, and the safety of troops who...
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