New polls show that Americans strongly support the end of combat operations in Iraq and believe the war was an overwhelming failure, writes Ruy Teixeira.
Larry Korb explains the why independent panel established to review the Pentagon's Quadrennial Defense Review missed the point.
Burdensome military personnel costs put national security at risk, says Lawrence J. Korb in this Armed Forces Journal essay.
Lawrence J. Korb and Loren Thompson argue that the proposed alternate engine for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is a waste of money in this Richmond Times-Dispatch piece.
Lawrence J. Korb argues for reining in defense spending in this Washington Post letter to the editor.
A wide range of politicians, military leaders, scientists, and clergy support repealing the military’s ban on service by openly gay men and women.
Bishop Gene Robinson debunks Archbishop Timothy Broglio’s claims that repealing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” brings the government into religion.
Ruy Teixeira shows that crushing majorities of Americans support ending the ban on allowing openly gay men and women to serve in the military.
The Center for American Progress asks all Americans to support the veterans organizations that support our warrior heroes and their families
Congress takes a major step toward repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” ban on gays and lesbians serving openly in the U.S. Armed Forces, writes Winnie Stachelberg and Josh Rosenthal.
Congress says it supports budget cuts to unnecessary programs, but needs to act on it, write Lawrence Korb, Sean Duggan, and Laura Conley.
Lawrence J. Korb and Loren Thompson write in a Lexington Institute issue brief that the purchase of a second F-35 Joint Strike Fighter engine is a waste of money and may not help meet military needs.
The military loses patriotic men and women every day to this discriminatory policy. Congress and the Pentagon should move forward together on repealing DADT.
Recent speeches from Secretary Gates show he’s starting to argue what CAP has said all along—budget reform can strengthen the military and the economy, write Lawrence J. Korb, Laura Conley, and Sean Duggan.
We can't wait to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” Congress can move forward while the Pentagon decides how to implement the change, write Lawrence Korb and Laura Conley.