Boots on the ground?
The room was virtually empty.
Earlier this week I had the honor of attending the 10th annual? Armed Forces Foundation Congressional Gala. If you aren't familiar with the work AFF does, here's a summary:
Here's a statistic you don't hear much about from the mainstream media: 73 percent of troops deaths in Afghanistan have occurred under President Obama's watch thanks to new rules of engagement.
"When you ask why Americans don’t know more about Hap Arnold, I counter with this question: Aside from Patton, Eisenhower, Bradley and MacArthur, how many average Americans can name more than two other American generals from WWII?"
It’s not every day that two former U.S. presidents attend a professional football game together.
Today and everyday it's important to give thanks to those who serve and to those who have served in the United States Military to keep us safe and to preserve our freedoms here at home.
While Obama claims victory for ending the war in Afghanistan, he fails to acknowledge the toll his presidency has taken on the lives of U.S. troops.
Here’s a surreal update to my item from yesterday.
United States defense officials revised the 1997 Guidelines for U.S. and Japan Defense Cooperation Thursday to include drone surveillance and U.S. Marine relocation. Secretary of State John Kerry and Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel met with their Japanese counterparts in Tokyo for the first meeting of its kind in 16 years.