France announced it will not be keeping its forces in Mali as long as anticipated, and will begin to pull back sooner than previously thought.
The vast military intelligence bureaucracy — colloquially referred to as the “Defense Intelligence Enterprise” — says sequestration and the continuing resolution will unduly influence and restrict its ability to engage in collection efforts globally and deter detection of threats to America.
ON THE FORCE
For almost a decade, over a dozen successive US commanders have depended on this Nebraskan to help them navigate Afghanistan’s political terrain.
The Pentagon has updated its internal guidance on who qualifies and when it’s appropriate to receive an enlistment waiver to enter active duty military service.
Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Port Hueneme held a change of command ceremony on March 28, as Capt. Burt Espe relieved Capt. William DeBow commander of NSWC.
A B-24 pilot from World War II has finally been identified.
The Pentagon formally recognized Vietnam Veterans Day yesterday.
Joint Interagency Task Force – South is working hand in hand with regional partners to stem the flow of narcotics and illicit trafficking into and out of the United States.
ON SECRECY – OR LACK THEREOF
The Pentagon has updated its internal guidance governing the administration and execution of military deception programs — and it’s a secret.
Near the end of their lives, Special Access Programs become declassified and the Pentagon wants to ensure the process is handled with the utmost care and attention — hence this manual.
The State Department czar for nonproliferation released a comprehensive roadmap centered around increased State Department involvement…
SAIC is hiring skilled interrogators who have “operational experience” for positions in Guantanamo, the Horn of Africa, and the Middle East.