Politics | Politics

President Biden Earns a Ratio With His Independence Day Post Thanking the Troops

 There was a bit of a kerfuffle at the CNN presidential debate over which candidate the military supported. Donald Trump said they loved him … President Joe Biden said that was a bunch of malarkey.

News | News

Peleliu: US Marine Corps rebuilds runway on site of ‘nightmare’ World War II battle

Marine Corps aircraft lands on the Pacific island of Peleliu, site of one of the bloodiest battles of World War II, and a possible basing option to counter China.

News | Interesting Stories

A Jordanian who crossed border illegally tried to force his way onto a US Marine base

In the early morning of May 3, two men in a box truck pulled up to the front gate of Quantico Marine Corps Base, 35 miles southwest of Washington, DC, and tried to lie their way in, claiming they were Amazon delivery men.

History | History

15 Unexpected Military Operation Codenames

Though there’s rarely a (public) explanation of why these weird codenames were assigned, that doesn’t make them any less amusing.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

North American P-51 Mustang | The National WWII Museum | New Orleans

The P-51 Mustang was a long-range fighter that could escort heavy bombers to Berlin and back. The Museum's P-51 has the markings of the Tuskegee "Red Tails."

News | Israel At War

Israel Has Created a New Standard for Urban Warfare. Why Will No One Admit It?

All available evidence shows that Israel has followed the laws of war, legal obligations, best practices in civilian harm mitigation and still found a way to reduce civilian casualties.

History | History

U.S. Navy Battleship Guns Were Going to Attack Japan Up Close to End WWII

Summary: In 1945, as World War II neared its end and with Japan's naval capabilities largely neutralized, the U.S. Navy found an unexpected use for its battleships: bombarding Japanese industrial and urban centers to inflict strategic damage.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

How the SR-71 Was Retired for Good (Even Though It Was the Fastest Plane Ever)

X It could cross continents in just a few hours, and at 80,000 feet, the Blackbird could survey 100,000 square miles of the ground below per hour. No other U.S. Air Force aircraft could fly faster or higher than the Lockheed SR-71 “Blackbird,” and on its

News | Military

VA Plan to Issue Urns, Memorial Plaques Sparks Concerns Veterans Will Be Barred from Burial with Spouses

The National Funeral Directors Association and the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs, as well as others, recently submitted public comments objecting to the VA's proposed rule change.

Pets & Animals | Animals

Heroic Dog Saves IDF Soldiers from Hamas Ambush | United with Israel

The dog drew the terrorists' fire, saving the lives of six IDF soldiers.

News | In The News

U.S. Navy Drops High School Diploma, GED Requirement for Recruits — What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

 No Diploma? No Problem! The U.S. Navy has again lowered enlistment requirements as it struggles to meet self-inflicted recruiting goals. We'll get to the latter in a bit.

News | News

Pentagon moves to declassify some secret space programs and technologies

The United States Department of Defense (DoD) wants to declassify more space programs in order to boost the nation's military edge in space.

History | History

P-51D Mustang: I Say This Is the Best Fighter Plane Ever

P-51 Mustang pilots shot down a total of 4,950 enemy aircraft, while more than 250 of its pilots achieved ace status and had an average rate of 7.69 air-to-air kills.

History | History

Life as a Ball Turret Gunner in World War Two

Serving on a bomber in World War Two was almost a guaranteed death sentence. Depending on the unit and time of the war, US bomber crews could experience anywhere from 50% to just over 70% of their personnel becoming killed, missing, or taken prisoner. Wit

History | History

USS Enterprise Just Might Be the Best U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier Ever

USS Enterprise is known for far more than being Captain Kirk's spaceship on Star Trek. This real-life aircraft carrier was a warrior during World War II. 

News | In The News

F-35 pilot ejected over South Carolina due to bad weather

The pilot who ejected from a $100 million F-35 fighter jet lost the plane in the weather -- and likely bailed out before he could activate any tracking system, sources and experts said.

Politics | Politics

Biden Had to Be Shamed Into Recognizing Troops Killed at Kabul Airport on Second Anniversary of Attack

 We report a lot on Joe Biden's gaffes and incoherence. Those are important and troubling things to note because they put our country at risk when we have a man occupying the White House who has such problems.

News | News

F-15EX Eagle II: The Fighter The Air Force Needs Has Now 'Arrived'

The F-15EX Eagle II made its inaugural appearance in St. Louis this week, a significant milestone for the Air Force. Once in service, the new formidable platform will represent the most heavily armed fighter jet in the skies. 

Politics | Debunking Lies

Civilian Casualties in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Compared to Other Conflicts Involving Western Forces

Israeli forces must often engage in missions designed to eliminate immediate threats that pose a clear and present danger. - Civilian Casualties in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Compared to Other Conflicts Involving Western Forces

Politics | Politics

Davids and Goliaths: The Case Studies of Israel, Taiwan, and Ukraine

Israel’s importance is indispensable not only for deterring our adversaries in the Middle East but for America’s own combat needs.

Politics | Covid 19

Military Notes a Spike in Myocarditis Cases — Wonder Why?

A top Pentagon official has confirmed what many of us have suspected known all along; myocarditis cases in the military have soared since service members were forced to take the shot....

History | History

Why George Washington Is History's Only Six-Star General

Thanks to a law passed in 1976, our nation's first president—who died more than 200 years ago—is still the military's highest-ranking official.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

When Do Troublemakers Make for Great Leaders?

It is important to think ahead about how to sort between the bastards worthy of embracing and those best exiled from leadership.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

What Happens to Russia's Nuclear Weapons if a Civil War Breaks Out?

Civil war or a coup attempt appears to have engulfed Russia overnight, with the Wagner Group evidently seizing the military hub of Rostov-on-Don and marching on Moscow with 25,000 soldiers of fortune.

News | Fun With Islam

U.S. Army Private Converts to Islam — Guess What Happened Next

If our culture had any sane values, ISIS might not appear so attractive. In the meantime, however, we will see many more young men like Cole James Bridges.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Battleships Have Much To Teach Us

Justly or not, carriers, cruisers, destroyers, and submarines don’t seem to make the cultural grade compared to battleships.

Politics | Gender Insanity

Space Force General Admits She’d Prioritize Gender Surgery Access Over Qualified Officers

United States Space Force Lt. Gen. DeAnna M. Burt admitted during a recent Department of Defense (DoD) LGBTQ+ PRIDE event that she would allow access to “gender-affirming care” to take priority over qualifications when assigning officers.

News | NEWS

‘It means the world to me’: WWII vets return to Normandy in honor of D-Day

Army veteran Andy Negra almost missed his chance to return to the beaches of Normandy because he didn’t have a passport. Born

Politics | Hamas, Gaza & The Palestinian Authority

US outfit calls for end to Israel's 'mow the lawn' Gaza policy

"Disarmament of Gaza" calls on Jerusalem to disarm Hamas and other Palestinian terror groups.

History | History

Pearl Harbor Was the Worst Military Defeat in U.S. History

Pearl Harbor will never be forgotten. It created an ever-present analogy that reminded everyone what could happen when enemies are appeased or ignored, and the country lets its guard down militarily. Pearl Harbor taught war planners that economic sanction

Miscellaneous | OTHER STUFF

World War III: Could America Stop China from Invading Taiwan?

The one thing that cannot be allowed is for the United States to simply abandon Taiwan to China, as many on the right and far left argue.

News | News

U.S. To Fast-Track $500M Military Package To Taiwan: Report

The United States is reportedly fast-tracking a $500 million military aid package to Taiwan as top officials grow concerned about the pace of Chinese aggression against the island nation.

Politics | Opinion

Military Aid to Israel Offers Very Valuable Returns

The partnership between the United States and Israel is now being threatened by a few fringe members of Congress calling on President Biden to restrict military aid.

News | News

PODCAST | A Final Visit With Chuck Wilder

Listen now (43 min) | Before we get into this week's segment on Talkback with Chuck Wilder – our last segment with Chuck Wilder on that program (he is retiring at the end of the month), I wanted to acknowledge his incredible career.

News | News

PODCAST | Sudan: Afghanistan 2.0?

LISTEN NOW | I'd like to expound a little bit on the primary topic of that interview today and that has to do with what's happening over in Sudan. The Biden administration ensured that 80 government employees were evacuated from the US Embassy i

News | News

Why Israel's Iron Dome Is So Important

The Iron Dome’s successful track record in thwarting incoming projectiles is noteworthy. It is but one aspect of Israel’s aerial defenses.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

B-52: The Air Force Bomber That Could Fly for 100 Years?

Even after nearly 70 years in service, the United States Air Force's B-52 Stratofortress remains the workhorse of the bomber fleet.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

The Last WWII Veteran on Active Duty Served for Nearly 55 Years After the War

Dr. Earl Russell Fox spent most of his life in and around the military. The son of an Army officer, he was born in an Army hospital in 1919. He joined the Navy during World War II, stayed in the Naval Reserve after the war and then joined the Coast Guard -- at 55 years old.

Politics | The Decline Of America

BREAKING: Russia Goes Kinetic With U.S. in Skies Over the Black Sea, and the USAF Response Is Unbelievable

The conflict between the U.S. and Russia has just gone kinetic. At least, that is what the first reports are saying out of the U.S. government. But the response is emblematic of how woke the U.S. mili...

News | News

PODCAST | Why Won’t The Mainstream Media Complex Report On The COVID Smoking Gun?

Listen now | I wanted to touch on an idea that Marjorie Taylor-Green has been promoting and that's the “National Divorce.” I get what she's trying to say. She's saying it wrong. We don't need a National Divorce. What we need to do

News | News

PODCAST | On This President’s Day Our President Tempts Fate?

Listen now | On this President's Day, our President, regretfully Joe Biden, is over in Ukraine shooting his mouth off about how the US is going to probably end up giving F-16s to Ukraine further embedding the United States into that conflict to a poi

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Here's What We Know About Lockheed Martin's Mysterious SR-72

In 2013, Lockheed Martin announced development of the the successor to the SR-71 Blackbird spy plane.

Politics | Politics

Biden says he authorized Pentagon days ago to shoot down Chinese spy balloon | Fox News

President Joe Biden told reporters on Saturday that he ordered the Pentagon to shoot down the Chinese spy balloon on Wednesday but that they waited due to safety concerns.

Politics | Joe Biden/Biden Administration

U.S. Military Begins Multi-Million Project Renaming Army Bases, Navy Ships Linked To Confederacy

The Department of Defense said last week that Pentagon officials began working on renaming military infrastructure tied to the Confederate States of America by the start of 2024.

History | History

The 4 Bloodiest US Civil War Battles

General Grant’s campaign in Virginia included four Civil War battles, which he called, “no advantage gained to compensate for the heavy losses.”

News | Israel Around The World

Report: Israel Saved 82nd Airborne Commander from Taliban Car Bomb on Last Day in Kabul

Another US unit was not so lucky: an ISIS explosive device killed 13 American soldiers in another part of Kabul.

History | History

Japan’s Zero: The Absolute Best Fighter Plane Of WWII?

Today, there are fewer than twenty surviving Zeros in the world and only a handful in factory original condition.

Science & Technology | Tech News

SpaceX unveils Starshield, a military variation of Starlink satellites

Elon Musk's SpaceX is expanding its Starlink satellite technology into military applications with a new business line called Starshield.

News | News

B-21 Raider Unveiling: A Message to China and Russia? You Bet It Was

The U.S. Air Force rolled out its B-21 Raider stealth bomber for the first time and there was a reason: it was a message to Russia and China.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

Russia vs. Ukraine: A War in the Sky Like No Other

The world’s air forces will study what’s happening in and over Ukraine during this war and surely come to some important conclusions.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

Russia Is Arming MiG-31 Fighters with R-37M Hypersonic Missiles for War in Ukraine

The MiG-31 might be an old fighter of the Cold War. But now armed with long-range R-37M missiles, Ukraine is being tested by this old jet.

Politics | Politics

Is A NATO vs. Russia War Possible over Poland Missile Strike?

Poland has suffered a tragedy with what looks like a Russian missile crash landing. However, calls for invoking NATO's article 5 are wrong.

News | News

Yes, The U.S. Military Is Weak

Honestly assessing U.S. military power is not “dangerous.” What is dangerous is to be weak and to not let the American people know it.

History | History

The largest naval battle of WWII began 78 years ago today

On October 23, 1944, the largest naval battle of World War II began in the Leyte Gulf off the coast of the Philippines.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

B-21: How the Raider Stealth Bomber Could Change Everything

The B-21 will be able to sneak close to China and Russia should it be needed in a future conflict and deliver its munitions with ease.

News | Military

Army injustice: Thousands of soldiers, veterans slapped with misleading criminal record

Soldiers and veterans say the Army's investigation of a now-defunct recruiting program left them with a criminal record even though they were never charged.

Politics | Joe Biden/Biden Administration

DISGRACE: Joe Biden Falsely Claims Son Beau ‘Lost His Life in Iraq’

Joe Biden has often invoked his late son Beau Biden.
For example, after his botched  withdrawal from Afghanistan he evoked his late son in a shameless effort to avoid criticism of his actions....

News | News

PODCAST | Biden Saber-Rattling DefCon 2?

As conditions continue to devolve in Ukraine - and as Russian Vladimir Putin slowly positions himself to the Cat-Bird seat, the idea that all is not as it would seem comes into play. Recently, we had a former head of the Joint Chiefs opine that Putin was

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Watch a WWII P-51S Mustang and Stealth F-22 Fly Together - 19FortyFive

It isn't every day most people will have a chance to see a Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor and World War II P-51D Mustang fly together.

Politics | Politics

Controlling the First Island Chain: How to Ensure China Can't Dominate the Pacific?

Girding for battle along the Ryukyus chain constitutes a major part of deterrence for Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Monster Moves: The Mach 3 SR-71 Blackbird Somehow Outran 4,000 Enemy Missiles - 19FortyFive

The SR-71 is still the fastest plane on Earth, even though the U.S. military has no use for it anymore. And it made serious history.

Politics | Woke Insanity

U.S. Forces Ordered to Stop Using Gender Pronouns to Improve ‘Lethality’

A division of the U.S. Pacific Air Forces (PACAF), the branch tasked with confronting China, has ordered its senior leaders and commanders to stop using gender pronouns in written formats, saying the shift to more neutral language will help improve the fi

News | In The News

Family of Marine killed in Afghanistan file second lawsuit against Alec Baldwin

The widow and sisters of a US marine killed in Afghanistan during the military’s chaotic departure from the country in 2021 are again suing actor Alec Baldwin for at least $25 million, claiming he exposed them to online vitriol after the actor accused one

History | History

These Were the Five Best Battleships of World War II

It is hard to narrow down a list of the best of the dozens of battleships that took part in the war, but the Iowa-class looms large.

News | News

Disneyland honors Marine who died during 2021 Kabul attack

Marine Lance Cpl. Dylan Merola, who was killed during the 2021 Afghanistan exit, was honored during the Disneyland Resort Flag Retreat Ceremony.

News | News

US Army ‘Successfully’ Tests Israel’s Iron Dome in Live Fire Interception

US Army completes latest Iron Dome Defense System interception test. Photo: US Army Israel’s Iron Dome air defense passed its …

News | Military

Why Military Enlistments Are Plummeting, by Oliver L. North and David L. Goetsch

One of the reasons the U. S.

News | Military

U.S. military-run slot machines earn $100 million a year from service members overseas

The U.S. military runs more than 3,000 slot machines on U.S. military bases overseas even though the rate of problem gamblers in the military is thought to be around twice that the general population.

Politics | The Decline Of America

Major Military Academies Have Been Teaching Critical Race Theory for Some Time

A new study by an education watchdog group claims that major military academies in the United States have been actively teaching the far-left and anti-White…

Politics | Op-Ed

Victor Davis Hanson: How To Erode the World’s Greatest Military

The U.S. Army has met only 40 percent of its 2022 recruiting goals. In fact, all branches of the military are facing historic resistance to their current recruiting efforts. If some solution is not…

Politics | Politics

Ignorant Female Army Soldier Questions Loyalty to U.S. After Overturning of Roe v. Wade

“How am I supposed to wake up every day and put on a freaking uniform that says United States Army when the United States doesn't even give a rat's ass about me?” the solider asked during her nearly three minute rant on China's TikTok social media platfor

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Attack Beijing or an Invasion Fleet? How Taiwan Should Use Its Cruise Missiles

Taiwan's new long-range cruise missile can damage Beijing in a conflict. But there might be a much better use for such weapons.

History | History

American Revolutionary War: 9 Most Important Battles

From the first shots at Lexington and Concord, to the surrender at Yorktown, we explore the most important clashes of the American Revolutionary War (1775–83)

News | The News

Last remaining WWII Medal of Honor recipient dies at 98

Hershel W. "Woody" Williams, the last remaining Medal of Honor recipient from World War II, has died at age 98.

Science & Technology | Tech

US Space Force's X-37B space plane nears orbital record

The Space Force's X-37B has now been aloft for 773 days, just a week shy of the program record.

News | Abortion

‘This is pathetic’: SecDef Lloyd Austin promises to do all he can to protect US troops from the… SCOTUS abortion ruling

"Instead of focusing on the growing threat and the readiness of our military the DOD secretary puts on a pussy hat to comment on civilian matters."

Science & Technology | Tech News

Lockheed Martin lifts lid on Top Gun's Darkstar hypersonic jet concept

Lauded for its compelling action sequences and exhilarating portrayal of next-gen aerial dogfighting, Top Gun: Maverick has quickly become a monumental success at the box office. But the producers couldn't have done it without leveraging the expertis

Politics | Politics

PRIDE MONTH: Here’s How the Navy Is Training Soldiers on Proper Gender Pronouns

The Navy is training its members to create a "safe space" by using proper gender pronouns in a new instructional video modeled after a children's show.

News | Military

Military postal system plans to end mail privileges for overseas military retirees

The change is scheduled to affect all Air/Army Post Office, or APO, and Fleet Post Office, or FPO, addresses worldwide.

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

Top Gun: Maverick Mystery - The F-35 Is Missing in a Big Way

Top Gun: Maverick is breaking box office records, and yet, many military experts keep asking why the F-35 wasn't the star fighter plane.

Entertainment | Film

3 Good Reasons Why The F-35 Was Not Featured In Top Gun: Maverick

In reality, if the F-35 had been the centerpiece of Top Gun, it would have made for an entirely different and possibly boring movie.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

The Fallen Soldier | PragerU

Others have made the ultimate sacrifice so that you could be free. Remember them—today, and always. A moving tribute, written and narrated by former Navy…

News | News

'My heart is in Arlington': What Memorial Day means to one Gold Star family

Vikki and Mark Pier used to regularly travel to Arlington National Cemetery to visit their son's final resting place. But due to health issues, they have been unable to visit for the past four years.

History | History

Elder Of Ziyon - Remembering an incredible American Jewish WWII hero, Captain Ben L. Salomon

Blogging about Israel and the Arab world since, oh, forever.

News | News

PODCAST | The Biden Price Hikes & The Choice Of A Lifetime

As Joe Biden stupidly saber-rattles war in the Pacific Rim, we here at home are suffering from his i

History | History

Why Ronald Speirs Was The Most Fearsome Paratrooper In The Real-Life 'Band Of Brothers'

Ronald Speirs was known as a fearsome fighter — who wasn't afraid of killing just to make a point.

History | History

Essex: The Legendary Aircraft Carriers That Transformed the US Navy

The four Essex-class museum ships serve as a reminder of what was arguably the greatest class of aircraft carriers in U.S. Navy history.

News | Military

VFW Posts Are Dying. They Need Hesitant 9/11 Vets to Fill the Void.

These posts, often decorated with military flags and dusty plaques honoring community service projects are woven into the fabric of communities across the U.S.

News | News

As Ukraine Pummels Russians With Javelin Missiles, Can Production Keep Pace With Demand?

The delivery of thousands of Javelin missiles, as well as Stingers, to Ukraine has raised critical questions about production capacity.

Politics | Opinion

Would Russia Dare Use Tactical Nuclear Weapons in Ukraine?

Would Russia launch a tactical nuclear weapon in Ukraine? Many military analysts and policymakers have thought about this contingency.

News | In The News

Stockton Marine Corps veteran who served at Iwo Jima in WWII dies at 106

The Stockton Marine Corps Club will be hosting a celebration of life ceremony in Stockton for William “Bill” White, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who served

Psychology | Psychology

Psychologists help mitigate bias in Army leader selection program

Two decades of longitudinal research is at the heart of the new Army leader selection program.

News | The News

Ukraine still has 'significant majority' of its military aircraft -U.S. official

Ukraine still has a "significant majority" of its military aircraft available nine days after Russian forces started their invasion of the country, a U.S. defense official said on Friday.

News | NEWS

Five reasons why Russian forces are struggling in Ukraine

Six days into a multi-pronged attack on Ukraine, Russian forces have failed to claim any major cities and have reportedly suffered heavy

News | News

Six Americans Volunteer To Fight For Ukraine, Take Up Zelensky’s Offer

A team of 10 special forces veterans, including six Americans, is taking up Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on his offer to join in the military battle against Russia, according to a new report.

Politics | Joe Biden/Biden Administration

As Russia Wages War, US Army Trains Officers on Gender Identity

While Russia wages a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the U.S. Army is mandating its soldiers submit to training on gender pronouns and the treatment of transgender soldiers, according to an official Army presentation on the subject obtained by the Washing

News | The News

What are thermobaric weapons and how do they work?

The ‘vacuum bomb’, which Ukraine says the Russians have used in the invasion, ignites a fireball that sucks in all surrounding oxygen

News | News

Putin's Moves Against Ukraine Partly Due to Telegraphed US Weakness

Vladimir Putin’s move into the sovereign nation of Ukraine is now in the history books. There is no stopping him from achieving exactly what he wants, regardless of any paper chase pressures from the United Nations, the G7, NATO, or any Western nation.

News | News

Woke Biden US Department of Defense Scrapping Merit-Based Military for 'Diversity' & 'Inclusion'

As the Biden administration does the unthinkable in stoking the flames of conflict with Russian President Vladimir Putin, one would think the leadership at the Pentagon would be fully focused on planning a response to worst-case scenarios. But a tweet exp

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

A Russia-Ukraine War: A Missile and Artillery Battle Like No Other?

Does Ukraine Have Stand-off Strike Capabilities to Counter Russia’s Missiles and Artillery?: There is a significant possibility that the buildup of Russian forces around Ukraine may herald a new invasion in the coming days and weeks. One especially notabl

History | History

Forget Battleships: Why Didn't the US Navy Build a Fleet of Battlecruisers? - 19FortyFive

Of the seven battlecruisers to enter World War II, only one (HMS Renown) survived the conflict.

News | Military

Inside the Secretive Networks of Military COVID-19 Vaccine Refusers

Throughout the military, there are more than 15,000 service members who have refused to comply with the vaccine mandate.

Politics | The China Threat

China could recover US stealth fighter jet from South China Sea before US

The U.S. Navy is in a race against China to recover an F-35C Lightning II fighter jet that crashed in the South China Sea on Monday. The $100 million

Politics | Politics

LIVE: Purging Patriots from the Military: THE PROOF

This press conference will reveal the horrific extent to which the US military has violated our service members’ medical and religious rights—as well as their human dignity. You will not want to miss

News | Military

How to Absorb the Marine Corps into the Army and Navy

For decades, the U.S. Marine Corps has attempted to tweak its force structure to enhance performance within a constrained funding environment.

News | News

China Preparing to Build Naval Base on Africa’s Atlantic Coast

China is seeking to build a military base on the western coast of Africa, its first permanent military presence on the Atlantic Ocean...

News | Military

14 Rarely Seen Photos that Reveal the Horror of the Attack on Pearl Harbor

When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, they catapulted the United States into World War II in one swift stroke.

News | Iran

How Israeli intel saved hundreds of US soldiers from Iranian attacks

New report reveals how last-minute warnings from Israeli intelligence and security agencies repeatedly saved American soldiers.

News | News

Last Surviving ‘Band Of Brothers’ Officer – A Jewish Soldier Who Toasted His Son’s Bar Mitzvah With Cognac Stolen From Hitler’s ‘Eagle’s Nest’ – Dies At 99

Retired Army Col. Edward Shames — the last surviving officer of Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division — passed away Friday at the age of 99.

News | The News

BREAKING: Colin Powell Dies At 84

On Monday, the family of General Colin Powell, the first black Secretary of State who served under three Republican presidents before endorsing former President Barack Obama twice, announced the 84-year-old former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff had died “due to complications from Covid 19.”

News | The News

HORRENDOUS: U.S. General Allegedly Abandoned Allies in Afghanistan for Souvenirs

Major General Christopher Donahue allegedly booted somewhere between 50–100 American allies off a cargo plane in Kabul, so he could load a Taliban souvenir

Politics | Joe Biden/Biden Administration

S. Korean President Returns U.S. MIA Troop Remains in Person. Biden Sends No Rep

Bringing home the remains of the fallen is always an emotional issue for Americans, many of whom still fly black POW-MIA flags from the Vietnam War.

Politics | Covid 19

Biden admin opposes move to give honorable discharge to troops who refuse the COVID-19 vaccine, demands keeping dishonorable discharge on the table

The Biden administration thinks U.S. service members who refuse to comply with the military's COVID-19 vaccine mandate should be subjected to the potential of a dishonorable discharge.What are the details?In a statement issued Tuesday, the White House for

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

New AI system fills rifle sights with extensive, easy-to-digest info

Assault rifles with the Elbit System’s new artificial intelligence data platform transform soldiers' view to resemble a first-person shooter video game.

Politics | Corruption

Former Acting DNI Ric Grenell: Gen. Milley’s Lying About Who Decided to Shut Down Bagram

Ric Grenell, President Trump's former acting Director of National Intelligence, on Tuesday said General Mark Milley, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff…

Politics | The Decline Of America

It could be a problem that a U.S. three-star general can’t tell the difference between American and British troops (not to mention the spelling error)

"Try getting out of the office now and then."

News | Military

Tucker Carlson: Our military has been lying to us for 20 years

Tucker Carlson highlights the military establishment's claim that "progress" was being made in Afghanistan over the past 20 years before the nation quickly fell to the Taliban.

News | NEWS

Exclusive: In secret texts, U.S. military officials lamented leaving Americans behind in Kabul

"We are f*cking abandoning American citizens," Army colonel wrote in a frantic series of texts that detail how a group of Americans were rejected at airport as rescue flight awaited.

Politics | Congress

Nancy Pelosi Blocked GOP From Reading Names Of Slain U.S. Troops, Reps Say

Republican representatives are blasting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) after they say she blocked them from reading the names of the 13 U.S. service members who were killed in Afghanistan on the House floor.

Politics | Corruption

PHOTOS: Here Are Just Some of the Capabilities Thrown Away By US Commanders at Bagram Air Base

The decision to proactively abandon Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan will do down as one of the most consequential choices the United States military has ever made. At this point, it looks to be one of...

Politics | POLITICS

Biden Slammed After Looking At Watch During Dignified Transfer Of 13 Slain Troops: ‘Late For Your Nap?’

President Joe Biden faced criticism on Sunday for looking at his watch while he attended the dignified transfer of the 13 U.S. troops who were killed during an ISIS terrorist attack on the airport in Kabul late last week.

Politics | Donald Trump

Donald Trump Plays Gen. Patton Speech at Rally: We're Tired of 'Woke' Generals

Former President Donald Trump on Saturday criticized the "woke" generals in the United States military at a rally in Alabama.

News | News

Raytheon gets $2B nuclear missile contract with the Air Force

Raytheon will build a new nuclear missile which will replace the nuclear AGM-86B Air-Launched Cruise Missile beginning in 2030

News | News

Growing mystery of suspected energy attacks draws US concern

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration is facing new pressure to resolve a mystery that has vexed its predecessors: Is an adversary using a microwave or radio wave weapon to attack the brains of U.S.

Politics | Leftists Are Insane

‘Pick your fighter’: Here’s a Russian army recruitment ad and a US Army recruitment ad mashed together

At least the soldier with two moms is working with superior firepower.

Politics | Politics

Republicans back 'hero' Space Force commander fired for speaking out against 'Marxism' in military

Several prominent GOP lawmakers threw their support behind Lt Col. Matthew Lohmeier, the Space Force commanding officer who was relieved of duty Friday for denouncing Marxism and the highly controversial idea of critical race theory on a recent podcast.

Politics | Politics

New submarine threat: Top U.S. general says China pursuing Atlantic naval base

China is moving behind-the-scenes toward establishing a major naval port on the west coast of Africa that would host Chinese submarines and aircraft carriers capable of projecting Beijing’s military power directly into the Atlantic, a top U.S. milit

News | News

Lawmaker Raises Alarm over 'Directed Energy' Attacks on US Personnel

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen said she understands the classified nature of the issue, but said "the horse is out of the barn."

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Navy punishes author of letter that disparaged enlisted sailors at base in Japan

Media reports said Yokosuka Naval Hospital determined that Lt. Nathanael Allison wrote the letter, in which he complained of being forced to live with his family in a building for enlisted families, that drew controversy on social media.

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Navy officer under scrutiny for letter disparaging enlisted sailors as ‘deviants’ and ‘perverts’

A letter that led to an investigation states that living in a Yokosuka Naval Base apartment building for enlisted families is “unacceptable.”

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That Time a Marine Mechanic Took a Joyride in a Stolen A4M Skyhawk

How much could a Marine Corps fighter cost?

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

EXCLUSIVE: Biden Admin Halts Navy Operations, Orders Sailors to Undergo 'Chilling' Stand-Down Training

The training we received this month was rushed through in the wake of the Washington, D.C., riot. The course, which was given in a PowerPoint deck, included a slide defining “extremism.” One would expect a broad, catch-all phrase that makes it clear that

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Pentagon Questions Gender-Neutral Physical Fitness Test as Women Overwhelmingly Fail

In an about-face for the “gender-neutral there are no differences between the sexes” cause de jour, the US Army is admitting that there...

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U.S. Army Considers Reversing ‘Gender-Neutral Physical Test’ After Majority Of Women Fail To Keep Up With Men

The United States Army is reportedly considering doing away with its new "gender-neutral physical test" after test results showed that the majority of

Politics | Politics

Official Military Twitter Accounts Start Attacking Tucker Carlson in Shocking, Highly Politicized Display

All they did was prove Tucker's point.

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'Helmets to Hardhats' Trains Veterans for Careers in Almost Any Construction Field

Construction jobs and skilled trades are at veterans' fingertips with Helmets to Hardhats.

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Four-phase Warbird Museum expansion forges ahead

Plans are moving forward for a four-phase expansion of Titusville’s Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum, which features an extensive vintage aircraft collection and event space rentals at Space Coast Regional

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

WH's Jean-Pierre: Banning Transgender 'Patriots' From Joining Military 'Only Undermines Our National Security'

During a Tuesday interview on CNN's "New Day," White House deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre discussed President Joe Biden's message of unity when it comes to lifting the ban former President Donald Trump put in place of transgender people serving

Science & Technology | Technology

The Air Force Secretly Designed, Built, and Flew a Brand-New Fighter Jet

The Air Force has secretly designed, built, and flown a brand-new fighter jet. The mysterious new plane is already breaking records. Here's everything we know.

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

Photos Emerge Of National Guard Living In Parking Garage In Democrat-Run D.C.: ‘We Feel Incredibly Betrayed’

Thousands of National Guardsmen were forced to vacate congressional grounds on Thursday and have been photographed having to sleep in parking garages

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New Navy destroyer-fired laser will change maritime war

When the Navy is ready to deploy a new 60kw ship-fired laser weapon from a destroyer later this year, maritime attack strategy and tactics will enter new dimensions of massive warfare on the open seas.