Another week gone and another group of amazing images taken by dedicated photographers all over the globe. This week celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Berlin Wall as well as all of the hardworking veterans who have risked their lives for their country.
Okay, so it’s not actually Kesha, but this girl’s impression is spot on.
Celebrating the brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces.
The regulation had said that the word “Negro” could be used to describe African-American service members.
“We would never do something like that,” a spokeswoman for the 75th Ranger Regiment told BuzzFeed News. UPDATE: The account appears to have deleted all its tweets.
After complaints from service members and lawmakers, military services now consider cornrows, braids, and twists as acceptable hairstyles.
The former captive of the Taliban, who was released nearly a month ago into U.S. custody, was moved Sunday to an outpatient treatment facility in Texas.
On Monday, Americans gathered in every state to honor fallen military service members.
The announcement by the Thai army came before dawn Tuesday in a surprise move as the country’s political crisis continues.
Armored personnel carriers and special forces swarm near the city of Slovyansk.
Fort Hood gunman Ivan Lopez may have had post-traumatic stress disorder. Does it matter if he did?
A tribute he never wanted to do again.
“I would have never imagined that he could do something like this,” an immediate family member told BuzzFeed.
Spc. Ivan Lopez, 34, soldier being treated for depression, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, officials said. Sixteen people were injured. All the wounded and killed were members of U.S. military.
One hundred and fifteen pigs have been killed in three years but the Ministry of Defence claims the research has saved human lives.
While the Defense Department is again reeling from accusations of sexual assault by service members assigned to prevent such crimes, the Pentagon is still on the fence over changing how it screens individuals for those jobs.
When I was a kid my parents moved a lot, but I always found them.
Angry comments and death threats flooded the Wisconsin National Guard’s Facebook page after two “inappropriate” photographs were found on a soldier’s Instagram. Other veterans aren’t perturbed by the pictures.
Based on historical facts… most of it.
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This powerful photo of a wounded soldier sent to his wife from Afghanistan is going viral after she shared it on Facebook.
Guaranteed to make you smile!
ABC’s “What Would You Do” captured the powerful moment when a soldier defends a Middle-Eastern man from a ranting Islamaphobe.
There is no better feeling.
Army’s Deputy of Cybersecurity told BuzzFeed a security failure can allow unauthorized access to computer files. Instead of fixing it, they are telling soldiers to be more careful.
“No one goes into the military imagining that they’re going to be be able to transition. Nevertheless, each one of those people makes a choice every single day to endure pain and suffering.”
The only thing harder than deployment is finding the perfect gift to give before they leave.
Grab the tissues, this one’s a doozy.