Remember when the debate over “women in combat” was just a niche, professional dispute that seemed to affect only a small number of Americans, all of whom were either in (or trying to get into) ground combat units entirely of their own accord? It was all fun and games back in those days.
Two lawmakers introduced legislation that could in a matter of months require women to register for the draft.
Terrorist groups do not follow the laws of armed conflict but have been using them to their advantage in war with countries such as the United States, according to a report from the High Level Military Group.
Top leaders in the U.S. Army and Marine Corps said Tuesday that the draft should be opened up to women following the Defense Department’s decision to allow female service members into all combat jobs.
A group of volunteers gathered in Washington, D.C., last week to pack gift boxes for military dog teams stationed overseas.
Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) naval commander claimed Monday that his men harvested extensive information from cell phones and laptops confiscated from the 10 American sailors held in custody last month, according to Iranian media.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei awarded medals to five commanders of the Iranian navy for capturing 10 American sailors and their two naval craft last month.
Reports surfaced Friday that Iran flew a drone over a U.S. aircraft carrier and took pictures of it as part of a naval exercise.
The Pentagon will announce Thursday that it will give female service members who are new mothers 12 weeks maternity leave.
Iran violated international law earlier this month by arresting 10 U.S. sailors and their two naval craft and holding them overnight, U.S. legal experts say.