This week saw Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair on trial for sexual assault, and news of another case broke: A top Army prosecutor has been suspended after being accused of groping a military lawyer.
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- Sexual assaults: Army removing 588 soldiers from 'positions of trust'
- Pleas for more help for military veterans to recover from sexual assault (+video)
- Complete US withdrawal from Afghanistan means civil war, Pakistani warns (+video)
- Pentagon plan to downsize Army: a sign of US reluctance to nation-build (+video)
- US military's new tactic to curtail sexual assaults: nab serial 'predators'
- Pentagon pushes for more bandwidth, citing 'national security needs'
- Pentagon cheating scandals: a breakdown in ethics or an outmoded system? (+video)
- Army investigates hundreds for recruiting fraud that cost taxpayers $29m (+video)
The backlog of veterans disability claims was reduced 37 percent after peaking last March, but hit a plateau after the VA stopped its mandatory overtime policy. The path forward is unclear.
Deborah Lee James, the new secretary of the Air Force, vows senior persistent oversight of the scandal-stricken nuclear forces and an attempt to boost missileers' self-esteem.
Security concerns for the Olympics in Sochi are on the rise among US officials, as video threats surface and the Russians hunt for suspected 'black widow' suicide bombers. US military is forced into 'contingency planning.'
In the sharpest warnings they have ever issued on the topic, Pentagon officials told Congress the growing opium trade is threatening the costly US war effort to build a stable Afghanistan.
The Air Force has grappled with sexual assault, illegal drug possession, and a boozy general in a Moscow bar, but charges of cheating on the nuclear launch tests hit especially hard.
Before Al Qaeda elements seized the city of Fallujah, Iraq, on Jan. 1, they had stayed mostly in the shadows. Coming into the open will make them easier to handle, some experts say.
A congressionally mandated Pentagon report, released Friday, gauges sexual harassment and assault at America’s service academies and catalogs comments made by students during focus groups.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates says he witnessed a president making the right decisions and following the right strategy in Afghanistan, but not really believing in them.
Early leaks of former Defense Secretary Robert Gates’ highly anticipated memoir have yielded a slew of insider tidbits about the personalities and behind-the-scenes struggles of Presidents Bush and Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and other top officials as they fought wars on two fronts.Here are his top five revelations.
Anbar Province, where Iraq is battling insurgents, was once lauded for the decision of tribal elders to cast out Al Qaeda. The question is whether Afghan officials are receptive to the Iraqi lesson.