In a lame attempt at geopolitical intimidation, Russia again flies its Bear bombers very, very close to the sovereign airspace of other countries. The real symbolism here, however, comes from the View More ›
If there’s any way possible, I’d like to get a brief message to the commanding officer of the USS Carl Vinson. This may not be important in the grand scheme of things, but it’s important to me.
On Thursday, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives John Boehner openly critiqued the depth of President Obama’s publicly briefed strategy on dealing with ISIS, proclaiming, “An F-16 is View More ›
If you don’t care about your people then you aren’t a leader, you’re just a manager and would be better served working in Corporate America – certainly not in the U.S. Military.
Last week we wrote about whether or not the airstrikes in Iraq against ISIS had a chance to be effective and what their objectives and scope should be. As it View More ›
Putin has ordered a resumption of a Cold War favorite. In the past few days there has been a marked increase of Russian bombers sniffing around the edges of U.S. airspace.
It’s with a fair amount of trepidation, but not a great deal of surprise that we learned about the return of U.S. forces in active combat roles in Iraq today. View More ›