After five years in Taliban captivity, Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was handed to U.S. forces in Afghanistan, but some who served with the soldier accuse him of desertion. Update: U.S. Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey said Tuesday that the Army may still pursue desertion charges against Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
The dream of everlasting pizza may, finally, be within reach.
Research has been under way on the Tactical Light Operator Suit for years and they will become a reality in June.
President Obama signed a bill ensuring members of the military will be paid during the government shutdown, but here are some other effects of the shutdown.
A retired major general writes a damning op-ed against Obama’s war plans and claims widespread military disapproval over the administration’s handling of the crisis. A Pentagon spokesman rejects the claim.
The U.S. military plans to practice live fire training at Pagan island in Micronesia, which is home to many plants and animals found no where else in the world. It’s just one of many gorgeous islands where the U.S. has practiced war.
It’s the first of April and NOTHING is safe. Here’s a guide to help you figure what is real and what is pure hogwash. Together, we can get through this.
Among Jeffrey Sinclair’s numerous charges: possessing booze, porn and “engaging in conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman.”
A cover of “Call Me Maybe” performed by US Army Infantry Soldiers in Kunar Province, Afghanistan. It will never be over.
This collection of Vietnam War lighters was assembled and sourced by Bradford Edwards for his book “Vietnam Zippos” and the 282 lighters were recently available for auction. The engravings range from sentimental to shocking, and together they paint a unique, personalized picture of the U.S. troops during Vietnam.
Those pink “I <3 NY” boxers you should have thrown out months ago might show up anywhere, as this U.S. soldier in Afghanistan learned this week. But it’s all good, dude. We <3 you back.
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