Life for the first female class at the US Naval Academy was not easy. Barbara Ives recounts her time there.
A White House spokesman said Monday that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson “sent a very clear signal that our policy of strategic patience is over” with North Korea during his recent visit to Asia.
Some Department of Defense top jobs remain unfilled two months into President Donald Trump’s administration. Supporters of Defense Secretary James Mattis hope that a top Trump aide whom they see as a roadblock for nominees will soon move on to a new role.
As Marines come under increased criticism for denigrating women and posting nude photos of women without their consent, women from more than a dozen Navy commands were specifically targeted by online users seeking nude photos.
A bipartisan group of House members protest White House plans to slash the Coast Guard budget by $1.3 billion arguing that the Coast Guard must be included in President Donald Trump’s plans to rebuild the military.
The budget cuts President Donald Trump plans to propose this week are expected to lead to layoffs among federal workers.
The debate over the military budget is heating up in Washington between the defense hawks on Capitol Hill and the fiscal hawks in the Trump administration.
House Armed Services Committee member Jackie Speier calls for the firing of Marines who shared nude photos of female service members on social media.
A week before the FY17 DoD budget — upped to $584 billion — is expected to finally reach the House floor, a congressional audit reports cost overruns in the controversial Littoral Combat Ship program were classified and kept out of an earlier Government Accountability Office report.