NATO attacks in Pakistan have threatened our relations with that critical country.
According to Politics Daily, military brass “chafe for a bigger role in policy decisions.”
The Pentagon has ordered a decreased dependence on fossil fuels, largely because of the great danger presented to fuel convoys in Afghanistan.
The Supreme Court is deciding on Snyder v. Phelps, whether or not protesters at soldiers’ funerals who hold up signs like “Thank God for Dead Soldiers” are protected under free speech.
The Pentagon is having some worries over classified information. First, the DSS (Defense Security Service), which is the agency in charge of overseeing contractor violations of classified information, doesn’t seem up to the job. The WikiLeaks situation has also caused the Army to “update its espionage rule book.”
Why is Spin Boldak the safest area of Southern Afghanistan? Apparently, it has its very own Afghan Robin Hood.