The classified information Pfc. Bradley Manning revealed through WikiLeaks fractured U.S. military relationships with foreign governments and Afghan villagers, a former general said Wednesday at the soldier’s sentencing hearing.
The United States and Afghanistan have resolved most issues and are nearing completion of an agreement that paves the way for an American military presence after 2014 that will include a limited U.S. counterterrorism force and military advisers.
Acquitted of the most serious charge against him, Army Pfc.
A three-star has given the strongest assertion yet that more sailors will be heading Down Under.
An attorney for the American Humanist Association said Tuesday the organization will consider taking legal action after the U.S. Naval Academy denied a request for a humanist wedding ceremony in the academy’s main chapel.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel for the first time on Wednesday offered details of how today’s budget cuts will impact the military over the next decade, suggesting the Army and Marine Corps force levels could drop to historic lows, the Navy’s carrier fleet
EADS announced revenue up 6% to 26.3 billion ($34.9B) for the 1st half of 2013. Defense grew by 3% to 5 billion euros ($6.6B). Confirming recent reports, the group is taking the Airbus name, and regrouping its defense activities under the Airbus Defence & Space division. …
A military judge on Tuesday acquitted former U.S.
It’s judgment day for Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, the soldier charged with aiding the enemy for giving troves of U.S. government secrets to WikiLeaks.
Defense department civilians will likely face up to five fewer unpaid furlough days than originally planned, as Pentagon leaders scrimp to find up to $900 million in savings in the final months of the budget year that ends Sept.