Pentagon Press Secretary George Little told reporters Tuesday that the Syrian regime has an obligation to keep tabs and ensure the security of their weapon stockpiles.
During a press briefing Tuesday, Pentagon Press Secretary George Little maintained that U.S. forces attempted to warn an unknown vessel approaching the USS Rappahannock before firing on it.
Pentagon Press Secretary George Little confirmed in a briefing Tuesday that funds allocated in contracts signed in FY 2012 will not be affected by the onset of sequestration.
Pentagon Press Secretary George Little confirmed Tuesday that funds allocated in contracts signed in FY 2012 will not be affected by the onset of sequestration. “Anything put on contract between now and September 30th, the end of the fiscal year will also not be affected,” Little added during a press conference at the Pentagon. Contracts […]
Pentagon Press Secretary George Little told reporters Tuesday that while Defense officials are holding frequent meeting with the Office of Management and Budget, the Pentagon is still not planning for sequestration.
The Pakistani government’s decision to re-open routes used by coalition forces to move supplies in and out of Afghanistan will cut the price tag of the Afghan campaign by approximately $70 to $100 million each month, according to Pentagon spokesperson Captain John Kirby. The supply routes were initially closed last November after a U.S. airstrike […]
The Romney campaign announced Tuesday that former President George H.W. Bush and 1994 Republican Presidential candidate Bob Dole will serve as the National Honorary Chairman for the campaign’s effort to reach veterans and military families. “There is nothing more important than treating our veterans in a way that honors their service to the cause of […]
Pakistani Supply routes used by coalition forces to move equipment in and out of Afghanistan have been re-opened following a months long freeze, the U.S. government announced Tuesday. The routes were closed by the Pakistani government after the U.S. performed an airstrike within the country’s borders in late November, killing two dozen Pakistani soldiers. While […]
Just in time for the 4th of July, Colonel Lee Ellis, a prisoner at the notorious Hanoi Hilton, shares leadership lessons with Talk Radio News
The Defense Department hosted its first gay pride event Tuesday, nine months after the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, the longstanding policy barring openly gay individuals from serving in the military. The ceremony, held in the Pentagon’s auditorium, included video messages from President Barack Obama and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta marking the occasion. “As […]