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Military job titles are going to be changed to be less sexist-but only some of them. And that says something about how language handles gender.
Retired US Army Colonel Douglas Macgregor claims that plans to make the US Army more agile and mobile at the expense of heavy weapons are paving the way for future military disasters.
Washington has plenty to fear from Russia's new Armata T-14 tank, a Russian-American scholar noted, adding that states seeking to constrain the US' freedom of action will jump at the opportunity to purchase sophisticated Russian weaponry.
Someone high on coke, Skittles and slinging code is not a good candidate for basic training."
How history, greed, and nepotism are preventing the continent from securing itself against al-Shabab, Boko Haram, and other threats.
Outnumbered by the country's rural voters, Thailand's once vibrantly democratic urban middle class has embraced an elitist, antidemocratic agenda.
In August 2012, I was invited by the Sydney Festival to work with Wesley Enoch, Artistic Director of Queensland Theatre Company, to assist in developing Black Diggers, currently playing as part of the
Is a badge on Foursquare worth your life?" asked Brittany Brown, social media manager of the Online and Social Media Division at the Office of the Chief of Public Affairs.
With the dangers of geotagging more than obvious for soldiers, the US Army is also warning civilians against tagging their every move.
From all the recent sounds of celebrating coming out of Washington, D.C., you might think the Pentagon's biggest, priciest and most controversial warplane development had accelerated right past all
The very troops who defend our religious freedom are at risk of having their own taken away.
They met as enemies over the war-torn skies of Europe during but reunited years later as brothers.
For 15 years, Ashley Broadway has devoted her life to the military and to her spouse, an Army lieutenant colonel.
By placing 3D printers on remote bases, the US armed forces are looking to make their combat units more self-sufficient
Military's demand for bhut jolokia, once the world's hottest chilli, is offering thousands of Assam farmers a way out of poverty