Delta Airlines is hosing the troops

Not that I fly that often, but when I do, I won’t be using Delta…     Update:  It appears that Delta is looking into the situation, and some of the blame looks to be on the Army.  If the Soldiers’ orders had them flying coach, then their orders should have reflected that only three [...]

The Frontlines Weekly Update Brief (May 30-June 5, 2011)

US military withdrawal of a number of its troops from Pakistan The Pentagon said it had received a request from the Pakistani government to reduce its presence in the country. The request came after a raid by US special forces killed al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden in early May. The US has more than 200 troops in [...]

The Frontlines Bulletin: Libya: Our First Cosmopolitan War?

The Frontlines Bulletin: Libya: Our First Cosmopolitan War? It is arguably the first military conflict—certainly the first fought by the leading participants from the West—fought under the legal supervision of the International Criminal Court. American authorities may think they are holding to special constraints here, because it is “only” a humanitarian mission. The distinction may not [...]