David Wood on War

Until then, veterans will be reluctant to talk about their experiences.
The beloved 1953 L. P. Hartley novel--that famously begins "The past in a foreign country; they do things differently there
82nd Airborne Division Paratroopers
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In mid-October the 2nd Brigade will become the core element of the U.S. Global Ready Force, on standing alert to assault into any trouble spot. Whether Congress debates it or not.
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"The stress levels are going through the roof. We're afraid our jobs are on the line," she said. In a bold move unusual for
Concentrating on exact weapon placement, the sensor operator keeps the laser spot where it needs to be. Then the pilot who
Taking down an integrated, dense air defense system like this would typically require barrages of cruise missiles fired from
WASHINGTON -- Despite growing pressure for budget cuts, the Obama administration next week will propose spending $63.5 billion
Nobody knew with certainty how North Korea would react when President Obama recently ordered nuclear-capable B-52 bombers of the Air Force Global Strike Command here to thunder over the Korean peninsula in simulated bombing attacks.
Israel, which has long had an unacknowledged nuclear weapons arsenal, is reported to be deploying submarines capable of launching
He is quick to add, "The president can be reassured -- nuclear deterrence will still happen, conventional operations will