December 14, 2019
  • 7:50 pm US Army Corps hold hearing on CMP’s clean energy connect corridor
  • 7:50 pm 60+ recruits across the state sworn into US Army at the Capitol
  • 3:50 pm Locked Military Trunks from Abandoned Storage Wars Auction BIG SCORE
  • 2:50 pm Front Lines Tribute to Soldiers – RainTree Music Group | Official Music Video |
  • 12:50 pm United States Air Force Academy TV Commercial :30 Grit

I shot a gun at nine years old. In the meet of the loud guns, you cannot hear your gun and that sometime can be terrifying. So you come to your conscience by seeing a gun shaking, that’s when you know it’s actually working. Emmanuel Jal was a child soldier during the brutal Sudanese civil […]

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I am the only surviving member of 1st Battalion, 518th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, Army of the United States. My unit was decimated in the Ardennes forest during the winter of 1944-1945, by enemies both human and otherwise. This account has been a long time coming. I don’t really know how to explain […]

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The first World War was one of the deadliest conflicts in the history of the human race, in which over 40 million military men and civilians died. The life of a trench soldier was a living hell. They endured disease, hunger, rats, horrific smells, corpses everywhere. And most importantly, they had to come to terms […]

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How Veterans are Learning Tech on the Job | JPMorgan Chase & Co.

When I found out JPMorgan Chase was hiring veterans, it was an out-of-body experience for me. My name is Ubong Samuel Akpan. I was an E4 Specialist with the United States Army. And now I’m a software engineer at JPMorgan Chase. After 5 years with the Army, transitioning into the real world was difficult. I […]

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bombs shells, bullets, gas, tanks. There’s a variety of weaponry that made the battlefields of the first world war such a murderous place. But there was one other weapon system of sorts that had an absolutely massive impact on the fighting. And that was wire. Barbed wire was first used in the wild west as […]

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In this war, men have attacked the enemy from the front, from behind, from the air, and from the sea, and this week they attack them from beneath the earth. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to the Great War. Last week the big news was mutiny in the French army that only grew in size as […]

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Welcome to WARN, Todays News is. Already Short Of Planes, Indian Air Force Suffered 11 Major Fighter Jet Accidents Last Year. Despite a sanctioned strength of 42 squadrons, the Indian Air Force is grappling with a shortfall of fighter jets and is making do with just 33. If that wasn�t a bad news, there has […]

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Australia’s Darkest Hour – The Battle of Fromelles I THE GREAT WAR – Week 104

You have plans. Specific plans for a limited specific battle, and you’re prepared for it. But the big day draws near and as it does, you expand those plans, and expand them again until they are now the realm of fantasy. Careful, because once you begin planning fantasies in wartime, you can only be disappointed. […]

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Did the US Navy Actually Teleport a Ship?

The year was 1943. The USA had been involved in World War Two for a couple of years and during that summer on the high seas U.S. destroyers and other Allied ships were involved in a bloody battle with German U-boat submarines. The “Battle of the Atlantic” would become the longest continuous military campaign of […]

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The Vietnam War: Curator Talk – Huey Helicopter

One of the featured artifacts in the exhibition is a UH-H1 Huey Helicopter that was actually used during the Vietnam War from 1967 to 1970. Helicopters were introduced to the U.S. military during the Korean War. By the mid-60s, the Huey helicopter had advanced that technology and was used in a number of different ways. […]

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