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$306,171,558

Remember when you’d buy a used car because it was a cheap car? Even if it needed a little fixing up? Late Tuesday, the Army announced it is spending $306 million...

1. Revisiting the Reaper Revolution

First of five In a surprise move this year, the Pentagon has reduced spending for two aerial drones. A version of the RQ-4 Global Hawk will be relegated to...

"You Ain't Seen Nothin' Vet"

The Department of Veterans Affairs released a study Friday into how to care for veterans...of 1991's Gulf War, notorious for a spate of ailments lumped together...

A Brief History Of: The Humvee

The mighty humvee has conquered foreign battlefields, suburban soccer fields and much of the terrain between. But the vehicle has reached a crossroads: With gas...

Desert Storm

In recent years, an ever-growing chorus of festivalgoers has complained about the sanitization of music and arts fests, and not without reason. At this year's...

In the Eye of Desert Storm

Good to hear them again—the marine drill sergeants' obscene arias of disgust and contempt (see also Full Metal Jacket and Heartbreak Ridge) as they begin the...

Did the U.S. Betray Iraqis in 1991?

It has often been repeated that the reason Iraqis haven't greeted American forces with flowers and smiles is that the U.S. failed to come to the aid of those...

The Presidency: What Makes Dad Clench His Jaw

Do the Bushes talk about Iraq when they walk along the paths covered with wood chips that wind through the trees of Camp David? Or when they drift away from...

Determination and Smiles at the Pentagon

The media may be carping about Osama bin Laden still looming at large and politicians may be nervous that he may have slipped the noose. But behind closed...

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