Mastriano-penned 2002 paper justifying civilian casualties raises eyebrows among war scholars
The GOP gov hopeful, a vet, argued that the U.S. military’s 'hypersensitivity' to civilian deaths is an 'enormous weakness.'
A new class at U.S. Army War College must meet the challenges of a changing world | Opinion
Prepare yourself for the uncertain future. Our nations are counting on you.
Maj. Gen. Charles C. Rogers: A legacy of Black history | Charles D. Allen
Rogers was one of three African-American officer students in the U.S. Army War College Class of 1971.
D-Day succeeded thanks to an ingenious design called the Mulberry Harbours | Analysis
The Allies armies needed to get at least 150,000 soldiers, military personnel and all their equipment ashore on D-Day. Here's how that happened.