After Years at War, the Army Adapts to Garrison Life

The Army sent 1.3 million troops to war after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, creating the most combat-tested force in the nation’s history. But now it must sustain morale on its bases. After Years at War, the Army Adapts to Garrison Life

In their annual End of Year survey, Win/Gallup International found that the United States is considered the number one “greatest threat to peace in the world today” by people across the globe.  The poll of 67,806 respondents from 65 countries found that the U.S. won this dubious distinction by a landslide, as revealed in the chart above. (x)

Falluja’s Fall Stuns Marines Who Fought There

The bloody mission to wrest Falluja from insurgents in November 2004 meant more to the Marines than almost any other battle in the 12 years of war in Iraq and Afghanistan. Falluja’s Fall Stuns Marines Who Fought There