Sunday, January 26, 2020

US commandos train to capture North Korean nukes

U.S. military forces reportedly trained earlier this month for a mission that would put them on North Korean soil, with the objective of “infiltrating"...

Navy SEAL killed in action posthumously awarded Silver Star, Purple Heart

A private memorial was held Thursday in honor of the Coronado-based U.S. Navy SEAL killed in Iraq on May 3. Petty Officer First Class Charles...

Five drill sergeants suspended after allegations of sexual misconduct

Fort Benning, GA - Fort Benning drill sergeants have been suspended from duty and are under investigation for alleged misconduct involving female infantry trainees,...

Army looks for new ways to address misbehaving generals

WASHINGTON –  The Army is putting together a series of new mental health, counseling and career management programs to shape stronger, more ethical leaders. The...

Army scouts German locations for new bases

U.S. Army officials are eying areas in northern Germany that might be ideal for hosting 4,000 permanently stationed troops. Leaders with U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR)...

Breaking news: U.S. Fighter jet shoots down Syrian bomber

According to a press release by the Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve resolve a U.S F18 Super Hornet engage and shot down...

Pentagon prepares to accept transgender recruits beginning in January, as Trump’s ban hangs in...

The U.S. military is preparing to accept transgender recruits for the first time beginning in January, the Pentagon said Wednesday, the latest signal that...

Coast Guard seizes 36,000 lbs. of cocaine during Pacific drug patrol

The U.S. Coast Guard offloaded roughly 36,000 pounds of cocaine into a California pier on Tuesday, which had been seized during a drug patrol...

Veteran that fought to expose ‘Burn Pit’ Hazards dies at 36

National Guard veteran Amie Muller believed deployments to Iraq caused the cancer that killed her. She worked and lived next to burn pits that billowed...

Remembering ex-senator and Vietnam POW who blinked “torture” in Morse code

Prisoner of war Jeremiah Denton declared his loyalty to the U.S. government during a 1966 interview for what was supposed to be a propaganda...

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Soldier Saves Man’s Life with Hoodie, Ink Pen…except, he didn’t

The story was ready-made for an Army public affairs splash – “hero soldier uses ingenuity, hoodie, and an ink pen to save man’s life.”...

Doctor caught dyeing his patient’s genitals now practices at Fort Polk

A former Mesa County, Colorado gynecologist who dyed a patient's vagina purple in what he called a "joke" has avoided jail time as part...

Legal and ethical questions surround rapping recruiter’s viral video

2018 has been a tough year for U.S. Army Recruiting Command. After failing to meet the fiscal year recruiting mission at the end of...