The Race to Find Japan's Missing F-35 before Russia and China

In a search reminiscent of the Clancy-esque techno-thrillers of the 1980s, Japan and the United States are frantically searching for an F-35 Lightning and pilot that went missing from radar Tuesday night.

From a Cappuccino Bar to a Medal: The Untold Story of the Creation of the NATO Medal

A 1992 discussion at a cappuccino bar near the Allied Forces South (AFSOUTH) headquarters in Napoli, Italy, led to the creation of the NATO Medal.

Russia Recently Flew a Spy Plane Over Area 51

In March of 1992, the United States and Russia signed the Open Sky Treaty which permits each nation to conduct short-notice reconnaissance flights over the others’ entire territories to collect data on military forces and activities. The treaty didn’t begin in earnest until 2002.

The Need for America to Improve Its Energy Independence

There is another source of energy that the U.S. needs for both power generation and national defense. And the domestic production of this source, uranium, is woefully inadequate.

The Race to Find Japan's Missing F-35 before Russia and China

From a Cappuccino Bar to a Medal: The Untold Story of the Creation of the NATO Medal

Russia Recently Flew a Spy Plane Over Area 51

The Need for America to Improve Its Energy Independence

Justin Miller of Minnesota should have been the last veteran to take his own life on the grounds of a medical care facility run by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs – the agency whose very mission is to help military men and women on the home front. Sadly, he was not.