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Editor’s Note: The article was written by Chuck Sevola, Army veteran and Vice President, Veterans Initiatives at Prudential Financial, Inc. Over the last few decades, while the rigors and requirements of military life have changed, the government has continued to...
Disturbing hidden camera footage kept secret for three years shows a dying World War II veteran gasping for air and calling to help in an Atlanta nursing home as attending nurses ignored his pleas and fumbled with his oxygen...
Editor’s Note: This article by Matthew Cox originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and veteran community. Army equipment officials plan to begin fielding the service’s new Modular Scalable Vest, or MSV, by next summer. Soldiers with the 71st Ordnance...
Former airman Devin P. Kelley had choked his wife and put a gun to her head. He’d fractured her baby’s skull. He’d made threats to his commanders and he’d been committed to a mental hospital. Those acts foretold Kelley...
Early next year in February, the first of Russia’s new production Tupolev Tu-160M2 Blackjack supersonic strategic bombers will take to the air. The new bomber is essentially a prototype of a next-generation variant of the venerable Blackjack, the first generation of which...
Brace yourself: Netflix’s The Punisher is finally here. After more than a year of Twitter and Instagram teasers, the much-hyped Daredevil spinoff starring Marvel’s most badass veteran arrived for streaming on Nov. 17… and he’s not alone. In The Punisher,...
Spend some time with Google Earth, an atlas or a globe and you will see that California, for peoples used to the Atlantic, was indeed the far side of the world well into the nineteenth century. What is now...
Nuclear deterrence, the U.S. military ace card that hasn’t been played much since the U.S.S.R. collapsed in a heap, is a hot item again. President Donald Trump remains locked in a months-long war of words with North Korean dictator...
Editor’s Note: This article by Oriana Pawlyk originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and veteran community. The Air Force has allowed more than 600 airmen to join its ranks despite having previously disqualifying medical conditions such as...
In a quick voice vote, the Senate on Thursday approved a massive defense bill, sending a nearly $700 billion plan that would enact raises for servicemembers, increase the size of the military, fund new ships and aircraft and authorize...
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