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NBC News: US on track for three-fold increase on bombing Afghanistan

For some reason, Huffington Post and NBC News find fault with an increase this year in the number of bombs that the United States has dropped on Afghanistan over last year; On Monday, NBC News reported that the U.S. Air Force was on track to triple the number of bombs dropped in Afghanistan in 2017 […]

Army needs a new communication system

Bobo sends us a link from Business Insider which reports that Army had to dump their Warfighter Integrated Network – Tactical (WIN-T) battlefield communications system because it found to be vulnerable to attacks by Russian and Chinese hackers. So they’re stuck with the 6 billion dollar system while they go shopping for another one; When […]

Some Vietnam vets infected with liver flukes

A number of folks have sent links to the news that many Vietnam veterans brought back parasites from their tour. From Connecting Vets; The Department of Veterans Affairs this spring commissioned a small pilot study to look into the link between liver flukes ingested through raw or undercooked fish and a rare bile duct cancer. […]

Terrill Welge; phony Green Beret

Our partners at Guardians of the Green Beret share their work on this fellow Terrill Welge who claimed to be a sniper at 10th Special Forces Group and a Purple Heart recipient; Yeah, he was a 13D Artilleryman who sniped at the enemy with 155mm artillery rounds. He did tours in Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan, […]

Another Two Return Home

DPAA has identified and accounted for the following formerly-missing US personnel. From World War II • RM2c Julius H. O. Pieper, US Navy Reserve, assigned to the crew of Landing Ship Tank Number 523 (LST-523), was lost in France on 19 June 1944. He was accounted for on 20 November 2017. From Korea • SGT […]

Thursday morning feel good stories

Tim sends a link from Phoenix, Arizona; Phoenix police say the shooting happened late Wednesday night when the 34-year-old suspect grabbed a woman as she entered her home near the Loop 101 and Seventh Street. When the woman tried to close the door to her home, the suspect forced his way in and the woman […]

Edwin William Bedford; phony SEAL

Our partners at Military Phonies share their work on this fellow Edwin William “Billy” Bedford. I guess he’s an instructor for truck drivers, but he uses his class time to tell wild stories about being a Navy Lieutenant Commander and a SEAL according to disenchanted students; And, of course, there’s a tattoo and a cap; […]

NCOs fired from White House detail

According to Fox News, four Army non-commissioned officers (sergeants) were fired from the White House Communications Agency (WHCA) which runs technical support for secure communications, after it was discovered that, while in Vietnam, they brought women back to their hotels rooms. The service members, according to The Post, could lose their security clearance or be […]

Prescott Valley police Chief Bryan Jarrell needs help looking for his gun

Devtun and Mick send us a link to the story of Prescott Valley, Arizona police Chief Bryan Jarrell who changed his clothes in a public restroom at the library forgetting his Glock 19 handgun for four days. Four days. I’m not sure how a police officer forgets that he doesn’t have his gun for four […]

North Korean defector video

Stars & Stripes released the video of a North Korean soldier, known only as Oh, who made his escape from the hermit kingdom last week. He was shot five times by his former comrades. The most dramatic part of the adventure is when two South Korean soldiers crawl out to rescue the wounded defector and […]

Eight rescued from C-2A Greyhound crash

The Navy reports that a C-2A Greyhound aircraft crashed into the Philippine Sea while it was engaged in training operations from the USS Ronald Reagan. Three sailors are still missing, but eight have been rescued, according to Stars & Stripes; The Greyhound was carrying passengers and cargo from Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni to the […]

Wednesday morning feel good stories

From Citrus City, Florida; On Monday, just before 2 p.m., the homeowner woke up from his afternoon nap when he heard at least one person entering his camper, according to Citrus County deputies. A “disturbance” then took place and the homeowner shot two people at the scene — one inside the camper and another outside. […]

Sergeant La David Johnson; additional remains discovered

Apparently, there’s still a search on for the remains of Sergeant LaDavid Johnson. The Department of Defense made the following statement; On Nov. 12, 2017, a joint U.S Africa Command military investigation team discovered additional human remains at the site where Sgt. La David T. Johnson’s body was recovered following the Oct. 4 attack. Today, […]

Tuesdays with Claymore

From the ‘there’s 67 genders’ crowd Everyone is Al Franken I’m surprised ‘guilt’ isn’t an option That’s what she sued “He wasn’t impeached!” No hell for Manson Because patriarchy “Women don’t lie about rape.” Self-flagellation You’re not progressiving right Chicks, man A Rose by any other name should smell unemployed Broadcast panic Maher’d reputation Ungrateful […]

Betio Island 74th Anniversary

David reminds us that the battle for the Tarawa Atoll began 74 years ago yesterday on Betio Island. It’s become better known to us because of the efforts of the folks at History Flight to recover the remains of US combatants of the battle. More than 6400 Japanese, Koreans, and Americans died during the 76 […]

Phony squaw derides “racist” comments

That senior senator from Massachusetts with high cheekbones, Elizabeth Warren, took to the late night shows last night to complain about the President’s “racist” comments about her, according to the Huffington Post; Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said President Donald Trump’s attacks on her will not stop her from criticizing his administration or the Republican agenda […]

Tuesday morning feel good stories

From Malibu, California; Ventura County Sheriff’s deputies say all this began at about 1:45 this morning … when a homeowner found a burglar at a house up in the Ventura county section of Malibu. The homeowner tells Fox 11 news that he went outside with a handgun to confront the burglar. But there was a […]

Chad Vachter does something against gun violence

Chad Vachter, from Riverside, California, cried himself to sleep the other night when he heard about the school shooting in northern California committed by local lunatic Kevin Neal, he says. So in order to be seen doing something, anything, he had the local TV media, News Channel 8, come to his home so they could […]

Worse and Worse In Norkiland

As usual, I was looking for stuff to provide a snarky view of ND:tBF’s malfeasance toward his own people. When this WaPo article came up first on my search block, I read it, blinked, reread it, and asked out loud “What in the hell is wrong with that fat basterd?” Before you read it, there […]

Gold Star families join in lawsuit against Iran

One of our Gold Star mothers send us a link to an article about Gold Star families who have joined in a lawsuit, (Holladay, et al. v. Iran) against Iran in US District Court in Washington, DC to hold the state sponsors of terror responsible for the deaths and injuries of their family members in […]

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