Gary Anderson

Gary Anderson is a retired Marine Corps Colonel who has been a civilian advisor in Iraq and Afghanistan. He is an adjunct professor at the George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs.

America’s urban police departments are in an information war, and they are losing.

"Regrettably, the human-rights groups were intransigent, and most of us in the military concluded that we shouldn’t spend scarce dollars on systems that would never be used."

What we see in Belgium and Paris are first stage insurgencies that can still be handled by police and good intelligence efforts.

This Secretary of the Navy has lost the trust and confidence of the career professionals he purports to lead. Congressman Hunter is right; Mabus should go.

This is the sixth in a series of analyses of the candidates’ national security positions based primarily on information gleaned from their web sites.

This is the fifth in a series of analyses of the candidates’ national security positions based primarily on information gleaned from their web sites.