The Joint Chiefs chairman may come closer to the views of the new president.
A 2004 classified order authorized the military to attack Al Qaeda operatives around the globe. As many as a dozen raids occurred under this mandate.
A bad economy and better news from Iraq may be helping to increase interest in and support for enlistment.
Why is the Department of Defense getting so much money and personnel to carry out the mission?
McCain has the experience, but Obama may be more open to Pentagon advice.
A new command and headquarters are part of the plan to refocus on its nuclear responsibilities.
Some tribes have forced insurgents from their area, but many risks remain.
San Francisco will vote in November on a ballot to save the military program in schools.