Foreign-Born Soldiers Are Seeing Their Careers Stall
Dysfunction in a U.S. Army recruitment pipeline for foreign-born soldiers has created chaos and uncertainty for thousands.
Field Notes: Watching Over the Korean Demilitarized Zone
Goseong, South Korea: A South Korean soldier looks over the DMZ from a guard position on top of Observation Post 717, on the edge of the North Korean border.
Does It Really Matter If Women Soldiers Can't Do Pull-Ups?
Starting in 2016, women will be able to serve in any combat role in the United States' armed forces.
Pentagon Finally Decides to Dig Up Remains of Lost Soldier
The military will exhume a grave in the Philippines that may hold the remains of Bud Kelder, an American POW whose family has long been fighting the Pentagon to get him home.
Big Revamp of the Pentagon's Troubled Mission to Find Missing Soldiers
Without change of leadership throughout, meaningful improvement could be elusive.
Ways to Fix the Pentagon's Effort to ID 83,000 Missing Service Members
Changes must go beyond bureaucracy to update the scientific approach and embrace outside help.