U.S. tests indirect approach in Iraq
General warns Congress: Don't pull out troops
Officers question Iraq policy
Trouble subdued at Bush ship christening
Chief of staff tried to oust Rumsfeld
Washington Post is scooped on story on Woodward book
Measure defines war on terror
Army's top officer signals a Pentagon budget revolt
If there must be land mines, make them comply with the law
Time to put country first
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Rumsfeld should be heeded on Iraq fight
Suicide bomber kills 21 Afghans
The Long War posture
Memo challenges Rumsfeld foes
U.S. report paints grim picture of Iraq
DOD poses rise in fees for retirees' health care
Right to silence defended
Md. Guard unit expected to get call-up for Iraq
Mids in a frenzy for game vs. Army Week before clash is filled with pranks, crazy traditions
Novel success with arms control Land mines: International Campaign to Ban Landmines and its U.S. coordinator -- awarded the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize -- made unprecedented gains quickly and by starting at the bottom.
Buckle salesman belts AT&T; with $20 million suit
U.S. joins the war on land mines Clinton shift: Canadian initiative gaining world support that cannot be ignored.
Canadians taking lead in mine fight United States 'miffed' as nation to north forms coalition against weapon
U.S. advisers to Salvador army press for recognition as fighters Badge is denied to GIs who fought, even died
Mending affirmative action Don't end it: Clinton still looking for right way to counter discrimination.
Shelton chosen to lead forces President nominates Army general to head Joint Chiefs of Staff; 'Not just a snake eater'; Green Beret gained attention as leader of Haiti incursion
The commander in chief can't command
Adultery does not belong in military codeThe...
Sex in the military Ralston affair: General in line for top military job probably disqualified.
Cohen excuses affair of general Defense secretary forgives candidate to head Joint Chiefs; 'Drawing of a line'; Ralston situation is called different from Longhouser's
Principal's pursuit of Powell pays off General addresses Randallstown High graduates a year later
As with Vietnam, Aberdeen had fall guys
CLINTON CALLS ON U.S. VOLUNTEERS TO 'FILL IN THE GAPS' WITH SERVICE; SUMMIT SETS GOALS TO IMPROVE LIFE CHEAPLY FOR NATION'S CHILDREN
Not all the GOP wants black votes
Powell says U.S. troops took all needed precautions in gulf Retired general says he got no data on where nerve gas was stored
Chemical weapons ban gets bipartisan push Familiar GOP faces join call to ratify treaty
At the academy's helm Superintendent: Adm. Charles R. Larson could have retired in 1994 after a distinguished naval career. Instead, he returned to Annapolis to resurrect his beloved Naval Academy.
Shalikashvili to retire in Sept. as chairman of the Joint Chiefs Guided U.S. operations in Haiti and Bosnia
Clinton and top aides set goals for second term Balanced budget, peace with GOP Congress are top domestic issues
Panel named to probe academy Ex-officers, educators join Navy review in wake of scandals; 'All programs' to get look; Larson first opposed creating board, now thinks time is 'right'
Wax museum of blacks unveils Powell's likeness
VA criticized for ignoring vets' reports Agency doctors testify they believed Pentagon
Albright's strength is power of words 1st woman nominated as secretary of state is a communicator
Persian Gulf combat records show gaps, Pentagon officials say Logs missing of time when U.S. troops might have faced chemical arms
Powell backs probe of vets' ailments Retired general wants U.S. 'to get to bottom'
New faculty members join Western Maryland