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The retired general says it didn’t work and is a "slippery slope you can’t climb back up."
Retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal speaks about leadership, the military, and winding down in Afghanistan.
Women with skills for ground combat should be steered towards other parts of the military.
Lifting the combat ban is a sign of the military's evolution.
DynCorp was paid $73 million for a base plagued with issues.
The military also plays important humanitarian and peacekeeping operations that would be adversely affected by cuts to the defense budget.
Lt. Col. Michael Russell may have violated the Hatch Act with comments he made on a Keith Olbermann fan site.
Wind and solar power are not less expensive, and will not increase the Army's energy security.
If your parent joined the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, or Coast Guard, there may be funds for you.
Technology advances--and strong willpower--have allowed some injured soldiers to return to battle.