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The first lady is often moved by accounts of personal sacrifice by service families.
U.S. military officials complain that the Karzai government isn't facing up to the issue.
The defense secretary faces a budget showdown over some of the Pentagon's most expensive systems.
The military expert speaks with U.S. News about his latest book.
A tight job market is one factor, but another is the desire to serve.
The former general doubts the investigative reporter.
Officials see need to expand both defensive and offensive capabilities.
The U.S. military is monitoring the reach of extremist factions in countries such as Somalia.
Critics say the timeline is too long. They plan to hold a protest march on April 4.
A French return to NATO's military structure might help set a new tone, Kenneth Weisbrode writes.