ON THE FIGHT
The Pentagon is dramatically expanding its fight against drug trafficking organizations in the Southern Hemisphere. The drug war continues, and the pendulum is swinging back to Central and South America.
Libya is a “security nightmare,” according to this Washington Times dispatch.
ON THE FORCE
Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta may be on the way out, but he’s not gone yet and he’s weighing in on one of the more controversial components of the Pentagon’s budget: information operations.
These men and women have a special job — retrieving the missiles and aerial targets our aviators practice on to hone their skills. They’re even SCUBA qualified!
Eleven senators have asked the Obama administration to surrender the closely-held legal opinions that seemingly authorize the president and his staff to conduct executive actions — assassinations — abroad.
The Senate has authorized the expansion of the Marine Corps Embassy Security Guard and appropriated additional monies to harden U.S. embassies overseas.
Facebook is hiring a security engineer — but you better have a security clearance, or you’re out of luck..
ON SECRECY – OR LACK THEREOF
Marc Thiessen asks: are the latest spate of the leaks emanating from the administration an impeachable offense?
Robert Caruso is a veteran of the United States Navy, and has worked for the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, Business Transformation Agency and the Office of the Secretary of Defense.