December 8, 2019
  • 4:51 pm Air Force – Aircraft Structural Fitter
  • 3:51 pm Genji’s Sword – Overwatch – MAN AT ARMS: REFORGED
  • 2:51 pm Navy SEAL and his Family Need Your HELP
  • 1:50 pm Gunman watched shooting videos before rampage, says official
  • 11:50 am Retired Lt. General slams idea of pardoning soldiers accused of war crimes

Hello and welcome to ‘The Soldiers of Warlords’, a brand new series here on Firefly Studios YouTube where we run you through the infantry, cavalry and special units coming to Stronghold: Warlords next year when it releases on Steam. As the first entry in our ‘castle sim’ series to head to the Far East, Stronghold: […]

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weren’t at war presents lifeline a story of the united states merchant marine temperature folks i’ll try to tell you if you are the facts of the story that’s necessary you know on a kind of is not so many you people issuer nam so uh… first i’d like to explain a couple things about […]

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DARPA-funded program may help future Soldiers

FUTURE SOLDIERS MAY MARCH LONGER, CARRY HEAVIER GEAR AND BE MORE MENTALLY SHARP THANKS TO DOD-FUNDED RESEARCH INTO WHAT’S KNOWN AS THE WARRIOR WEB PROGRAM. AN EXAMPLE OF WHERE THIS MIGHT BENEFIT A SOLDIER WOULD BE IF THEY’RE DOING A VERY LONG DURATION PHYSICALLY DEMANDING TASK WHERE THEY REQUIRE A LOT OF ENDURANCE BY HAVING […]

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A Palestinian man wearing a yellow vest and posing as a journalist has stabbed and wounded an Israeli soldier. The attack took place near Hebron in the West Bank during clashes with stone hurlers. This footage shows the Palestinian surrounded by Israeli troops following the attack, he can be seen wearing a yellow vest over […]

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Why some soldiers carry the Ace of Spades

World War II and Vietnam War troops are often depicted as having a playing card, usually the Ace of Spades, strapped onto their helmets. But why? One urban legend suggests that the Vietnamese feared the spade symbol. (laughing) They didn’t. The Ace of Spades is also commonly thought of as the the death card and […]

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Revolutionary War British Soldier Camp Life
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Words at War: Soldier To Civilian / My Country: A Poem of America

words at war primary nine-year corporal yes sir uh… just had my signature to make your discharge plant where we are thank you dr goshen it feels good and it’s a wonderful dot wonderful to be going on baird telling me i can’t wait till i get there might go kristina and mother and dan […]

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Staff Sergeant Jeff Blanchard is getting ready for his third deployment. A member of the 422nd Civil Affairs Battalion, the 35-year-old North Carolina native is undergoing some of his final train-up here at Fort Dix. He says compared to his earlier deployments, training has improved. [Blanchard] It’s getting a lot better. It’s a lot more […]

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“For Heroism…” The Soldier’s Medal

[♪upbeat music♪] This Week in Army History. “For heroism not involving actual conflict with an armed enemy.” The basic tenets of the Soldier’s Medal. On February 8, 1996, Specialists Kyle Wren and Michael Grayson were part of a convoy resupplying military units in Bosnia-Herzegovina during Operation Task Force Eagle. A narrow, icy, dirt trail wound […]

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Everybody has to deal with hardship. Everybody has to deal with struggle. And there’s this great quotation from Hemingway, “The world is a hard place and the world breaks everyone”, he said. “And many are strong at the broken places”. Now people often remember this phrase strong at the broken places but it’s also important […]

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