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Article Image By Karen Kwiatkowski

General Milley, Chief of the Joint Chiefs, addressed the 21 ROTC commissionees out of the Howard University Class of 2021.

Article Image by Ted Galen

Most Americans likely assume that the mission of the U.S. Coast Guard is to protect the coasts of the United State from maritime threats. Increasingly, though, that is no longer true, as Coast Guard vessels and personnel now routinely operate thousan

Article Image by Rick Rozoff

The head of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's North American command, General André Lanata, recently visited U.S. Space Command in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Article Image, by Tyler Durden

When President Trump in December 2019 created for the first time a sixth branch of the US military, the Space Force, it was met to a large degree with ridicule both among his domestic political opponents and in some countries around the world.

Article Image, by Jacob G. Hornberger

Now that the U.S. government is ostensibly ending its forever war in Afghanistan, the question naturally arises: Why stop there? Why not end U.S. interventionism in other countries, such as Iraq, Yemen, Syria, and others? Why stop with Afghanistan?

Article Image, By Thierry Meyssan

The Ukrainian population is divided between a part of European culture and another of Russian culture. This singularity offers Washington a playground against Moscow. For several weeks now, the drums have been beating, sounding war. But none of the a