Military

The Eyes Have It

Aug 31, 1998 By Jim Atkinson

An anxious, alcoholic, stressed, and depressed Dallasite. A suicidal San Antonian. For each, a seemingly visionary treatment.

A Few Bad Boys

Jan 1, 1998 By Pamela Colloff

The slashing of a cadet’s throat at the Marine Military Academy in Harlingen is only the latest incident of violence at a venerable institution under not-so-friendly fire.

Naval Gazing

Apr 30, 1997 By Helen Thorpe

As the Navy’s top civilian leader, Texan John Dalton has navigated one scandal after another. He might also be charting a course back home—and to elected office.

The Killer Cadets

Dec 1, 1996 By Skip Hollandsworth

David Graham and Diane Zamora were intelligent, young, and in love. And they shared a secret: They had brutally murdered Adreianne Jones.

Bombers Away

Apr 30, 1996 By Robert Bryce

The B-1 bomber costs too much and does too little—so who wants to keep it alive? The people of Abilene, whose economy could take a direct hit if the Pentagon pulls the trigger.

War, Inc.

Apr 1, 1996 By Robert Bryce

Brown and Root goes to Bosnia for the Pentagon—and cleans up.