April 8, 2020
  • 11:33 am US Navy Must Do This to Defeat Chinese in War
  • 11:33 am US NAVY HAS A NEW WAY TO COUNTER DRONES -USS DEWEY GETS ODIN !
  • 11:32 am Dragunov Variations: Military SVD, Izhmash Tiger, Chinese NDM-86
  • 11:32 am Autonomous weapons could change battlefields of the future [Advertiser content from ICRC]
  • 11:32 am US Nimitz Class vs Russia’s Admiral Kuznetsov Aircraft Carrier – Military / Navy Comparison
U.S. Air Force: Life on Base – Family On-base Housing

The Air Force makes it really easy to have a family. At first, if you’re a brand new Airman, there’s a good chance you’re gonna have to live on base, but after a few years you can move out. My name is Senior Airman Enrique Barcello. I work at Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Virginia and […]

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U.S. Air Force Rescue 3D

We had just returned from a long, tough North Atlantic deployment. After basking in the frigid Halifax, we are now tasked to go to Haiti. We train so hard so we’re prepared for anything. So those throughout the world who need help can count on us. It’s one thing to train on a fire, but […]

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U.S. Air Force Commissioned Officer Training / Phase 04: Transition

The Transition Phase is the last phase of Commissioned Officer Training. We’ve walked you through 23 training days and now we’re gonna transition you to the operational Air Force, and it’s really when the staff starts to take that Coach or mentorship role. They slowly step back even more and open up a lot about […]

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U.S. Air Force: CMSgt Kenneth Williams

My name is Chief Master Sergeant Kenneth Williams and my role is the superintendent of the 737 training group and that encompasses the operation and conduct of Air Force basic military training. My day-to-day responsibilities vary from setting the direction for the military, the over 500 military training instructors and also making sure that that […]

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U.S. Air Force: Lt Col Paul Gleason, Physician

I decided I wanted to be in the Air Force very early in my life. My father was an Air Force physician, my godfather was an Air Force physician, and for as long as I can remember that’s all I’ve wanted to do. I really like working with my hands, solving problems with it. Surgery […]

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Is Russian Air Force Better Than United States Air Force?

We’ve probably all seen Tony Scott’s movie, Top Gun, and if you didn’t, then you might just wait until 2019, when Top Gun 2 comes out. That sequel will be updated so it more realistically represents a modern air force. This means a lack of dog fights, lots of drones, and also fifth generation fighters. […]

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U.S. Air Force: I Knew One Day :30 Commercial

When I was a kid, I wanted to touch the skies. I wanted to invent things. I wanted to protect others. I wanted to challenge myself. I wanted to make a difference. I knew that one day, I would be the difference. I am a Special Missions Aviator. Clinical nurse. Para-rescueman. I’m Captain Chris Niels, […]

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U.S. Air Force: TSgt Kyle Pate, Missile Systems Electronic Maintenance

You actually feel like you’re contributing on a daily basis to a greater mission. The ICBM weapons system at Malstrom fe Warren and Minot. They are our pillar of strength. I’m Tech Sergeant Kyle Pate, I am a missile systems electronics maintenance technician. Behind this wall right here is the Minuteman 3 missile. Think of […]

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Reason Why Soldiers Are Jealous of Air Force Pilots

The US Air Force is the youngest of the military branches, and much like the youngest sibling of any family, it’s typically the most spoiled. It’s no secret that most military veterans will tell you that life just seems better in the Air Force than in any other branch- but is that true, and if […]

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