Cheating, drugs, ignored standards, sexual abuse ñ we've become sadly accustomed to hearing about all these ills in venues ranging from our schools to the workplace.
Military leaders lead. Politicians can lead too, of course, but usually not before sticking a wet finger in the wind to learn how political winds blow.
Military discounts on cigarettes sold at base exchanges narrowed by half over past two years but remain "substantial" and contradictory of health policies of the Department of Defense, according to
Crowds that shop daily in base commissaries and exchanges perhaps are oblivious to a confluence of forces threatening to dismantle their multi-billion-dollar resale systems.
Few have more reason to be grateful to Vladimir Putin than the U.S. Army's current leadership.
About 500,000 military beneficiaries age 65 and older with chronic health conditions are being forced, starting this month, to have maintenance drug prescriptions filled by mail order rather than i
Last week, a long-time friend gifted me with historian Frank Costigliola's recently published compilation of The Kennan Diaries, a fascinating successor to John Lewis Gaddis's Pulitzer P
TRICARE Prime, the military's managed care option for 5.5 million beneficiaries who enroll for a modest fee to be guaranteed timely access to primary care, would cease to exist within a few years u
Given undiminished Congressional resistance to both additional taxation and additional debt, it's becoming increasingly unlikely that the Army will be able to hold active duty end-streng
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