If the Pentagon gets its way, the gentleman doodling on his notepad as your next overseas business trip goes on endlessly could be a soldier, sailor, airman or marine in disguise. This dramatic redefinition of the U.S. military's authorities for clandestine action overseas is officially part of a Pentagon wish list for revisions to its legal authorities recently sent to Congress.
Over at Time’s Healthland blog, Alexandra Sifferlin has a to-do list for family members who are concerned that their soldier, sailor airman or Marine might be thinking of suicide. Read Post
Soldiers, Sailors, Airman, and Marines are not political props. Whether announcing a new strategy at West Point or proclaiming Mission Accomplished on the deck of the Abraham Lincoln, politicians regardless of part need to stop this... Read Post