Her memoir is about conflict and a military occupation abroad, sure, but it’s also about the human beings who make up that conflict and occupation.
The one thing Clinton, Bush, and Trump have in common? They all avoided hard military service. Could it be that after Vietnam, we just don’t care anymore?
Today’s younger military officers came of age after 9/11 and have known nothing but a state of war. They want that to change, but if it doesn’t, they’re prepared.
Eric Fair’s new memoir, Consequence, details his involvement in the abuse of prisoners at Abu Ghraib and Fallujah. In a frank interview, he talks about the toll of that experience.
Poet and Army vet Christopher Robinson and Gavin Kovite discuss the pleasures and pains of collaborating on the highly praised novel War of the Encyclopaedists.
Contrary to what the Internet would have you believe there are ways of thinking about Chris Kyle other than war criminal or hero.
NYPD officers may not like Mayor de Blasio—but to heckle him is to disrespect the chain of command upon which our democracy is founded.
Ron Wellman is the most important man in selecting who goes to the NCAA Tournament. College basketball fans should get to know the man they’ll be cursing next week.
Former army officer William Swenson was awarded the Medal of Honor yesterday. For Army vet Matt Gallagher, Swenson represents the best of a new generation of veterans.
What happens when Americans return from war? David Finkel’s book answers that question with disturbing and painful detail. Veteran Matt Gallagher reflects.