October 19, 2019
  • 12:51 am Professional Chefs Try To Guess Military Meals
  • 12:51 am General James M. Hutchens Military Chaplain Scholarship
  • 11:52 pm Trump Orders U.S. Troops To Withdraw From Northern Syria As Turkey Offensive Grows | Nightly News
  • 4:52 pm Ballistic Missile Submarine Borei-Class ⚔️ Russian Navy [Review]
  • 4:52 pm Military Training Continues In Long Beach
Weirdest Bomb Created By the US Military

Humans have come up with many strange ways to kill people, including an array of different types of bombs. Bombs such as the barrel bomb, which was just a big barrel full of nasty things that caused so much damage they were deemed unethical. There was the famous bouncing bomb, the British invention that bounced […]

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Navy vet and Native American student gets PSU masters certificate after living ‘several lives’

I’ve had a couple different lives so far. It’s completely changed to the trajectory of my life being at Portland State. I really feel like I learned how to think here. I really like had to challenge my own beliefs. I live in my vehicle but I chose that so it’s vastly different than people […]

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Space Corps: A new military branch? | IN 60 SECONDS

The last time America created a new military service was in 1947, when the Air Force split off from the Army. Seventy years later, the House of Representatives has asked the Air Force to reorganize and spin-off a new Space Corps. But the result would not be akin to the relationship between the Navy and […]

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Soldier Continued Fighting WWII Because He Didn’t Know It Ended

The date is 1945 and the war in the Pacific is not going well for Japan. What started out as a campaign of blistering successes that saw the Japanese empire spread across South East Asia has turned into a fight for its life against the United States. The words of Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto just after […]

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Autonomous Killer Robots –  Future of Russian Army

Sometime in the not too distant future a robot crushes a human skull underfoot as it scours the landscape for more people to kill. Overhead heavily armed drones hunt out the last human survivors, mercilessly pushing the human race into extinction, and in a shining metal facility somewhere deep in the desert, a mastermind artificial […]

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NCO 2020:  Designed for tomorrow’s NCO

When I went to school, this is how I learned. I sat in a classroom, listened to a lecture, and took a test. It was all about the memorization of words on a page. This is how I learned. As part of the Millennial Generation, I’ve never known life without one of these. Doing is […]

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Arab military effectiveness | reTHINK TANK

Since the end of the Second World War, Arab armies have consistently punched below their weight. They’ve lost virtually every major conflict, even when traditional factors suggested that they should have won. When they have won, their accomplishments have typically been very modest, despite massive advantages in numbers, technology, surprise, and firepower. The question is: […]

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Wartime Paranormal Sightings that Shocked Soldiers

They say war proves mankind doesn’t need to invent monsters, as the monsters were inside us all along. Yet sometimes soldiers report sightings of what can only be described as actual monsters, or in other cases, otherworldly beings. Are these battlefield stresses, or are men whose lives literally depend on remaining alert and aware, seeing […]

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Army – Aerospace Engineer – Aeronautical

I’m Lieutenant Sally Moon, I’m an aeronautical engineer in the Australian Army, and I look after the maintenance of the Blackhawk helicopters. I get to do a job where it’s different every day, challenged all the time. I wanted to be challenged physically, I wanted to be doing something different. I know the army offered […]

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Around the Air Force: Three Decades of B-2 flight/Special Duty Tour Changes/GI Bill Update

HEY EVERYONE, I’M STAFF SERGEANT GREG CERNY WITH YOUR LOOK AROUND THE AIR FORCE. THIS YEAR MARKS THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE B-2 SPIRITS INAUGURAL TEST FLIGHT ON JULY 17 1989, FROM PALMDALE TO EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIA. FOR THREE DECADES B-2 CREWS HAVE PARTICIPATED IN MAJOR MILITARY OPERATIONS AND COUNTLESS TRAINING ENGAGEMENTS. THE […]

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