Michael J. Morell recalls his day alongside President George W. Bush and other senior administration officials almost in minute-by-minute fashion.
The Central Intelligence Agency has released a new, extensive collection of declassified articles from its in-house journal, providing glimpses into the spy organization's thinking on everything from Al-Qaeda's secrecy tactics in Afghanistan to how it has managed public relations crises.
At 7:53 a.m., the drone landed in Maryland following an 11-hour flight from California that soared over the Mexico border and up the Atlantic Coast.
"If a brigade of a our paratroopers or a battalion landing team of our Marines would strengthen our allies at a key juncture... then we should do what is necessary," the general said.
The comparison between Iraq in 2014 and Afghanistan in 2001 isn’t perfect. But it's relevant when discussing the 'no boots on the ground' chatter in Washington this week.
Beginning Oct. 1, officers and enlisted personnel in its beleaguered nuclear missile force will get new financial incentives of up to $300 per month.
An airman was unable to complete his reenlistment because he omitted a required part of an oath. The Air Force has now changed its instructions for the oath.
On Oct. 17, 2005, he pulled six fellow soldiers from the burning wreckage of a burning Bradley Fighting Vehicle in Samarra, Iraq, suffering devastating burns.
Gen. Martin Dempsey, asked if he was willing to conduct search and rescue operations for a downed American pilot in Iraq or Syria, answered unequivocally: "Yes and yes."
By Thomas Gibbons-Neff |
Iraq War |
The 3,000 personnel are likely to include everything from doctors to truck drivers.