An investigation by open source intelligence (OSINT) analyst Foeke Postma at Bellingcat makes sobering reading.
The U.S. Marine Corps just stood up the so-called Marine Littoral Regiment that could help the Corps battle Chinese forces in the Western Pacific.
“During the medical history interview or examination, a history of COVID-19, confirmed by either a laboratory test or a clinician diagnosis, is permanently disqualifying.”
How can military retirees and veterans find out what they are worth and approach their first civilian salary negotiations with confidence?
New Coronavirus Commander? This leader needs to be forceful, smart and decisive – and he or she needs a relevant background in the task at hand.
For the defense industry, there are few better customers than Middle East states. For their governments, buying military equipment is both a way to gain advantage over regional opponents and, just as importantly, lock in the support of global powers who like to see their own defense firms win big contracts.
The Air Force’s increased investment in space and future force capabilities is coming at the cost of retiring a number of legacy aircraft, a move likely to elicit sharp congressional opposition.
As extremist violence grows across Africa, the U.S. is considering reducing its military presence on the continent - worrying its international partners.