The Mission of the Institute is to provide an independent forum for those who dare to read, think, speak, and write in order to advance the professional, literary, and scientific understanding of sea power and other issues critical to national defense.
The Navy’s historical command, a chronically underfunded institution tasked with the safekeeping of the Navy’s treasures, is beset with preservation problems and internal strife, the naval inspector general says.
The VA is embracing alternative therapies—yoga, acupuncture, Tai-Chi, meditation, music therapy, energy healing and even sweat lodge sessions—to help veterans deal with combat stress and the physical pain.
Capt. Holly Graf, relieved as commanding officer of the cruiser Cowpens in January 2010 for cruelty, will retire with an honorable characterization of her service, overturning the recommendation of her board of inquiry.
It might be the most convoluted spy program ever: Fly a balloon to 60,000 feet and unleash a drone. Then, have that drone deploy several smaller surveillance drones that glide to earth collecting data.