The Pentagon says the military is too stretched to both fight insurgents and prepare for war with great world powers.
Lt. William Conway, who leads a team that identifies Taliban and Islamic State threats in Afghanistan, is not your typical military intelligence analyst.
The president’s late-night Twitter message could complicate the case against the man accused in the Manhattan truck attack before it even heads to trial.
The statistics were classified only once before in the nine years that the government’s watchdog for spending in Afghanistan has been issuing reports.
By RICHARD A. OPPEL Jr. October 23, 2017 FORT BRAGG, N.C. — At his first major court hearing two years ago, it seemed that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl had caught a break: the Pentagon’s hostage debriefer, Terrence Russell, testified that the...
Mr. Tillerson did not risk the short trip to Kabul to visit the heavily fortified United States Embassy or Afghan presidential palace, as his predecessors have done.