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The lessons of Staff Sgt. Robert Bales

Staff Sgt Robert Bales’ odyssey began just over 10 years ago when he joined the military in the immediate aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks... Read more»

Ex-Guatemalan soldier gets 6,060 years for '82 massacre

Former Guatemalan elite forces soldier Pedro Pimentel was sentenced to 6,060 years in prison this week for participating in a 1982 massacre that left 201 people dead.... Read more»

Civilians get taste of military life from Az National Guard

For the second year, the Arizona National Guard and the Arizona Coalition for Military Families have offered civilians a two-day military-immersion experience.... Read more»

Man crashes car at Afghanistan airfield as Panetta arrives

A man crashed a stolen vehicle on the runway of an Afghanistan air base as Secretary of Defense Leon Panett's plane arrived Wednesday, days after the killings of 16 civilians blamed on an American soldier.... Read more»

Poll: Fewer Americans believe U.S. has mightiest military

Reversing the trend of the last decade, fewer Americans now believe the United States to be the world’s pre-eminent military power than at any time since 1999, according to a new survey.... Read more»

Syria: To intervene or not to intervene?

As the Syrian revolt approaches the 12-month mark, divisions between Syrians over whether or not to support foreign military intervention to curtail government attacks on civilians and rebels are becoming more pronounced.... Read more»

Taliban vows revenge for deaths of 16 Afghan civilians

The Taliban has vowed revenge against the United States after an American soldier allegedly went on a house-to-house shooting rampage in Kandahar province, killing 16 Afghan civilians.... Read more»1

Comic: War

Coming Home

It's not what you know, it's what you can convince other people you know.... Read more»1

The hidden feminine side of Egypt's revolution

If not for a group of Egyptian women leading the way to Tahrir Square last Jan. 25, the revolution might never have begun.... Read more»

Navy's USS Enterprise embarks on final voyage

After 50 years, the longest-serving aircraft carrier in the U.S. Navy will embark Sunday on its final voyage.... Read more»1

U.S. soldier accused of killing 16 Aghan civilians

An American soldier walked into a village near his base in southern Afghanistan, and shot and killed at least 16 civilians early Sunday morning.... Read more»

Army: Facebook geotagging dangerous for soldiers

The United States Army says that geotagging on social media sites such as Facebook and Foursquare puts soldiers' lives at risk. ... Read more»

Smart v. Stupid

McCain reminds us why we voted for Obama

On Syria, John McCain reveals why he would have been a terrible president. In a McCain presidency we might have had upward of two million tired and over-rotated U.S. troops now engaged in shooting wars in the Middle East.... Read more»

International Women's Day

10 women you should know

On International Women's Day, 10 larger-than-life women are celebrated.... Read more»


State guard or 'Arizona Five-0'?

With the high costs of maintaining and potential legal ramifications of arming an autonomous militia to combat threats that are at best nebulous, lawmakers and the governor could find themselves in deep drama for something resembling reality TV – until, that is, reality itself steps forward.... Read more»1

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