William Astore

William J. Astore is a retired lieutenant colonel. He has taught cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy, officers at the Naval Postgraduate School, and currently teaches at the Pennsylvania College of Technology. He is the author of "Hindenburg: Icon of German Militarism," among other books. He may be reached at wastore@pct.edu.

Make sports, not war: Why can’t we just play ball? William Astore
Where's the sacrifice in America's wars? William Astore
Freeing democracy from perpetual war: Why it's hard for members of the military to speak out William Astore
We are the empire: Military interventions, "Star Wars" and how we're the real aliens William Astore
The last days of Washington, D.C.: America can no longer mask its steep decline William Astore
An army of none: The U.S. military is more powerful, less accountable and more dangerous than ever before William Astore
War is the new normal: 7 reasons America can't escape conflict William Astore
The dark truth about American military power William Astore
America, arms-dealer to the world William Astore
What line between civilian and military authority? William Astore
America's autocratic way of war William Astore
Doubling down in Afghanistan William Astore
The business of America is kleptocracy William Astore
Norman Mailer for secretary of defense William Astore
What ever happened to Gary Cooper? William Astore