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Ogden, Utah, SWAT Team Conducts Yet Another Wrong-Home SWAT Raid Sarah Gray had a rude awakening. It was the middle of the night when the Ogden Metro Swat Unit blew out her back window and began yelling. “I was just dead asleep and hear a big crash,” she said. “All I hear is them yelling, ‘Search warrant! Identify yourself!” Turns out, oops, SWAT was […]

Substitution of YMZ-530 Engine?s Imported Components Failed Due to Lack of Machines

Localization program for components of V-shaped diesel engines YMZ-530 is basically failed, a well-aware insider told Mil.Press Today. According to him, share of imported components in the diesel engines makes up to 70%.

Nuclear Posturing

President Trump has cranked up anxieties about nuclear war, more so than any president since Ronald Reagan’s first term more than 30 years ago. These anxieties are unlikely to be calmed by news that he will soon sign the Nuclear Posture...Show More Summary

Emmit Stone Adams; phony SEAL

Our partners at Military Phonies share their work on Emmit Stone Adams, who claims to be a Navy SEAL, wounded in combat four times (four Purple Hearts), claiming at least 2 Combat Action Ribbons, and service in Vietnam, well, judging by this picture and the way he was dressed in church, for some reason; He […]

Garrett Asher Grimsley; probation for terror threat

QMC sends us a link to WECT6 which reports that Garrett Asher Grimsley, a former University of North Carolina West graduate student, was sentenced to 3 years probation for making terror threats on social media. In a Feb. 19, 2017 public message on a messaging app, Grimsley stated “don’t go to Cary tomorrow.” Then, in […]

Tnuza Hassan terrorizes St. Catherine University

According to The Blaze, former student and Ethiopian, Tnuza Hassan set eight fires on the Minnesota campus of St. Catherine University with the intention of causing massive damage and casualties; Court documents allege the following: “She said she had been a student at Saint Catherine’s but quit last fall because she and her family were […]

Sheldon Shepherd was NOT a Navy SEAL

One of our ninjas spotted a couple of news articles about Sheldon Shepherd in the South Carolina press. He passed away at the age of 67 in his home. Both articles (here and here) claim that he was a Navy SEAL in Vietnam; We commend the Combat Veterans Association MC for their efforts to memorialize […]

Khe Sanh 50th anniversary

Yesterday marked the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the Battle at Khe Sanh, Vietnam. 45,000 US Army soldiers and Marines were besieged by more than 100,000 North Vietnamese Army troops for nearly five months. Veterans in Oroville, California marked the anniversary yesterday, according to the Oroville News in a link sent to us by […]

Tammy Duckworth feigns concern for the troops

The Washington Post reports that Senator Tammy Duckworth lit into the President this weekend when he blamed Democrat Senators for failing to fund the government and causing a shut down; “Does he even know that there are service members who are in harm’s way right now, watching him, looking for their commander in chief to […]

Tyler Latvala; phony Green Beret

Our partners at Guardians of the Green Beret share their work on this fellow, Tyler Latvala who claims to be special forces medic and he texts real time situation reports over his secure cell phone to his commander; Until he gets busted and fesses up; According to the Guardians, he’s an E-2 that graduated from […]

Monday morning feel good stories

From Lake Wells, Florida; According to Judd, the incident began as a domestic violence situation. About 8 a.m, deputies were called to the home on College Hill Road in Lake Wales. The wife and daughter of Shannon J. Cables, 46, said he had threatened his wife with a long safety pin, then struck the wife […]

One of Russia?s Oldest Online Media Turned 20. A Military One

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The Mil.Press military media group celebrates 20th anniversary. The editors launched the first online periodical about Russian Navy,, on January 20, 1998.

Review Of The CMMG PSB .45 ACP

This will be the first of several reviews of the CMMG PSB.45 ACP.  My intention for this first one wasn’t to test accuracy at distance, as I will get to that later. My intention was (1) to put a lot of rounds through the gun with different manufacturers, (2) to test it in rapid […]

War In The National Rifle Association

David Codrea links this Ammoland piece by Jeff Knox.  Boy is this some disturbing reading.  I cannot possibly rehearse all of the dirty laundry there, but there is this titillating little fact that may catch your interest. Heston won that election by four votes, and immediately left the meeting to jet back to LA and […]

Scripture Is Silent On The Issue Of Guns In Churches

So says Rev. John Armstrong, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church, Columbus. Guns in churches is really a non-issue, and I will explain why shortly. I address it only because there is a larger issue in play, reflected in the words of the Apostle Paul in his first letter to the Corinthians, “do not exceed that […]

Massachusetts Threatens Bump Stock Owners Gun owners in Massachusetts are being warned if they own bump stocks, they have two weeks to get rid of them. The Massachusetts legislature voted last year to ban them and Feb. 1 is the deadline to comply or face criminal charges. “This is not a joke,” said Jim Wallace, executive director of the […]

David Eugene Christie; stolen Vietnam valour

Our Partners at Stolen Valour – Canada share with us their research on this fellow, David Eugene Christie, yet another Canadian who falsely claims service alongside US troops in Vietnam. At Medium, he claims that “They called me their angel from the sky” because he thinks that he was a medic for US Marines. At […]

AFN viewers victims of Schumer shutdown

Stars & Stripes reports that troops overseas have lost some of their programming on the Armed Forces Radio and TV networks. Classical music was playing on its radio and television stations and the network posted a message online that said AFN services were not available due to the government shutdown. The loss of AFN programming […]

USS Little Rock stuck in Canada

Bobo sends us a link from USNI. They report that USS Little Rock (LCS-9), a Freedom-variant littoral combat ship, is spending the winter in Montreal because it was commissioned in Buffalo, New York on December 16th and couldn’t get through the St Lawrence Seaway to join the fleet before it froze over. “Significant weather conditions […]

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