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.

Being celebrated for your race, sex or color has become something expected in the US government - as long as you are not a straight white male.

As President Trump inherits the war in Afghanistan, the best piece of advice anyone can give him is that this is about as good as it is going to get.

The Mabus priorities have been making the naval services more caring, inclusive, and environmentally protective.

Evacuation, even if done properly, will be traumatic; but it will save countless lives among civilians and Iraqi security forces.

Americans may despise the Taliban but ISIS makes them look like choirboys.

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