A Pentagon portrait of a Navy officer lost at sea in 1908 isn’t exactly what it claims to be. Turns out the officer, a retired 53-year-old Pentagon employee, is alive and well and living in Virginia.
President Barack Obama announced a change to the National Security team this morning, with CIA Director Leon Panetta nominated as the new Defense Secretary and Gen. David Petraeus to become the new CIA Director.
Finding Saddam should prove a walk in the park compared to this: 35,000 veterans who have bonuses coming their way could miss out on the payday because the Pentagon doesn’t know where they are.
The Obama administration in mid-December released its first full-scale assessment of the war in Afghanistan. The short version? We’re right on schedule; all’s well. But on schedule or not, the Pentagon’s send more troops to the region.
Following his comments on Sunday that repealing Don’t Ask Don’t Tell would “cost lives,” it’s clear that Arizona Republican Senator Jon Kyl is making a late charge to be called Obstructionist Doofus of the Year.
Here’s a healthy thought to scare the crap out of you: A mystery missile launched into the sky near Los Angeles on Monday night, and as of post time, the Pentagon either still doesn’t know who launched it or won’t say who did.