With each step Ukraine takes toward winning, the lack of consensus around its war aims looms larger.
How the U.S. dealt with Russia in Afghanistan is informing how Russia is dealing with the U.S. in Ukraine.
Shoring up the nation’s supply chain is the single greatest challenge to the national defense.
Stories are where people have always gone to find meaning. We need to tell a new one.
A fierce debate is raging within the U.S. Marine Corps about what comes next.
Ukraine’s fate will be decided not by combat power alone, but by either side’s ability to employ effective logistics to sustain that combat power.
Oleh Sentsov’s latest film is making the festival circuit, while the writer-director serves in Ukraine’s territorial-defense forces.
It’s not technology or tactics that has given Ukrainian fighters their greatest edge.
American service members reflect on their time in Afghanistan.
America has always had one foot out the door in Afghanistan.
If no action is taken, we are, in effect, sentencing our interpreters to death at the hands of the Taliban.
I was deployed in Afghanistan, and by the end, I thought the situation was hopeless. But my cynicism eventually melted away, as I suppose America’s will.
One killing and its backdrop of tension and violence
Two young refugees seek artistic inspiration in civil war
Why the military is going about integrating the sexes all wrong: Women need to be in elite positions on special forces teams before they'll be accepted among the grunts of the infantry.