Over at Breaking Defense there is an article regarding John McCain’s desire to take a look the Goldwater-Nichols Act and make a determination if it needs to be updated or changed. In the same article it was also mentioned that he wanted to take a look at the Defense Office Personnel Management Act (DOPMA). Show More Summary
A South African tourist attraction that has been teaching its African elephants, in conjunction with the U.S. Army Research Office, to sniff out bombs and biological weapons amounts to nothing more than “years of mistakes and wasted resources”, says United States Senator John McCain while speaking at an event in Washington D.C. Show More Summary
Who can even keep track of Pentagon operations and spending anymore? To stay on top of important articles like these, sign up to receive the latest updates from TomDispatch.com here. President Obama and Senator John McCain, who have clashed on almost every conceivable issue, do agree on one thing: the Pentagon needs more money. Show More Summary
By William D. Hartung | (Tomdispatch.com) President Obama and Senator John McCain, who have clashed on almost every conceivable issue, do agree on one thing: the Pentagon needs more money. Obama wants…
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham isn't particularly happy about his Republican colleagues holding up Loretta Lynch's confirmation vote over issues not directly related to Lynch.
The Madness of Funding the Pentagon to “Cover the Globe” Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com President Obama and Senator John McCain, who have clashed on almost every conceivable issue, do agree on one thing: the Pentagon needs more money. Show More Summary
President Obama and Senator John McCain, who have clashed on almost every conceivable issue, do agree on one thing: the Pentagon needs more money...
By William D. Hartung, TomDispatch President Obama wants to raise the Pentagon’s budget for fiscal year 2016 by $35 billion more than the law currently allows. Sen. John McCain wants to see Obama’s $35 billion and raise him $17 billion more.
Update: OBAMA AUTHORIZED LOGISTICAL AND INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO GULF, U.S. MILITARY TAKING MILITARY ACTION TO DEFEND SAUDI BORDER, TO DEFEND AGAINST HOUTHI VIOLENCE John McCain & Lindsay Graham explain Obama's move... U.S. Senators John...Show More Summary
Word is out today of a letter Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain sent to the Secretary of Defense outlining his desire to see the Navy develop UCLASS for action in contested environments. Here is the money quote from...Show More Summary
Mr. Realism. Sen. Lindsey Graham, best known as John McCain's bff, is running for president. Or, anyway, making all the motions of a person running for president. And he's being sort of cluelessly adorable about it. As he prepares his...Show More Summary
Former Navy pilot Sen. John McCain wants the Navy to build its first carrier-based drone with the ability to carry two tons of weapons in a stealthy platform able to fly into harm’s way and not primarily as a reconnaissance aircraft....Show More Summary
A US Defense Department memo required the Air Force to cut its budget at the headquarters by 20 percent and cut lower priority functions. However, the Air Force simply moved the money, Senator John McCain said.
Two llamas won the Internet this week. North American Air Defense tweeted about llamas. Sen. John McCain tweeted about llamas. Twitter exploded with more than 250,000 llama tweets. Llamas are hot. Except when they are not. Despite Thursday’s...Show More Summary
US Senators Lindsey Graham and John McCain said that Afghans are making “real progress,” but would not be able to reach their full capacity by the end of 2016 if US troops withdraw.
Senator John McCain said that the volatility in the Middle East and Washington's failure to shape events led to the creation of hostile groups such as ISIL.
Politicians can’t be ‘held to everything they say during a campaign,’ argued McCain By Sarah Lazare In an interview with CNN on Sunday, Arizona Senator John McCain (R) defended Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s racist election-day tirade against Palestinians, dismissing criticisms of the head of state as “Orwellian.” Netanyahu’s controversial statements were made in a [...]
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., has said that President Barack Obama needs to get over his "temper tantrum" concerning Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's recent re-election victory. Obama has said that Netanyahu has been misleading in his campaign plans for a two-state solution to create a Palestinian state.
John McCain had some harsh words for President Obama on CNN’s State of the Union, speaking about the recent spat with newly reelected Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Obama was concerned with Netanyahu’s campaign rhetoric where he appeared to distance himself from a potential two-state solution. Show More Summary
JOHN MCCAIN: “Mariupol Is Next.”