A flurry of defense-related Capitol Hill hearings begin Tuesday with President Obama’s nominee to head the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command.
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The Pentagon recently updated its dress rules, but not to the satisfaction of Sikh advocates.
A military judge is considering throwing out sexual assault charges against an Army general after determining there was improper command influence in the case.
He used proxies to mask his location during a satellite interview at a Texas festival.
The former national security advisor warned standoff with Putin could spiral out of control.
Gates said past cuts were made "because we thought the world was going to be a safer place."
Many observers worry Russia has been getting the best of the United States.
Boguslaw Winid warned said Russian aggression must be stopped "immediately."
DOD has spent $300,000 per year since 2009 to study the body language of world leaders.
He said national defense is "most important thing that the federal government does.”