We cannot continue to deny DoD the opportunity to rationalize its vast excess infrastructure
For the first time in decades, it didn't feel safe to be on American soil.
There is a genuine issue of American security that has to be considered.
The federal government doesn’t speak with one voice on the virtue of encryption.
The Department of Homeland Security could have interceded years ago and stopped WMATA from imploding into the mess we have today.
We all remain hostage to nuclear threat that hangs over us every moment of every day as a consequence of the leadership void we face.
Today’s Air Force is attempting to destroy a once vibrant market with a sole-source award of an F-16 advanced radar for the homeland defense mission.
The Senate Armed Services Committee has proposed moving final acquisition milestone decision authority from the Office of the Secretary of Defense to the respective military services.
The likelihood of recruiter error in the handling of a firearm—and particularly notoriously hard-to-handle pistols—is considerable.
The Department of Defense and Congress must work together to speed up the process and allow additional players in the game.