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Navy Expected to Name Ship after Gay Rights Activist Harvey Milk

The U.S. Navy is expected to name a ship after Harvey Milk, the first time it has bestowed the honor on a gay leader and a gesture that underscores the military's transformative shift on LGBT people.

Analysts Recommend Second US Aircraft Carrier for Far East

The Navy should double the number aircraft carrier strike groups operating in the Western Pacific to counter China, analysts say.

After Crash, Blue Angels Focus on Safety for Five-Jet Formation

The Blue Angels this weekend will perform their only non-continental U.S. appearance of the year and fourth show since an accident killed one of their pilots.

Friday morning feel good stories

A homeowner in Buffalo, Missouri, encountered an intruder in his home. According to the police, “There were actions that were taken that would’ve made [the homeowner] feel definitely threatened…The homeowner was confronted by an individual and a shooting ensued.” So, by the time the police arrived at the rural location, the intruder was DRT (dead […]

ACLU: Army Investigating Manning after Suicide Attempt

The transgender soldier imprisoned in Kansas for sending classified information to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks now faces possible punishment for offenses stemming from a suicide attempt, a civil rights group said Thursday.

Arms Stolen from Weapons Room on US Military Base in Stuttgart

Special agents from the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command are investigating the theft of guns and other military equipment from a base arms room in Stuttgart, military officials said.

Father of Fallen Muslim American Soldier Gets Spotlight at DNC

The father of a Muslim American soldier who was killed in Iraq delivered impassioned remarks on diversity.

Despite Doubts, Canada Still Paying into F-35 Program | Growth in Paveway Sales Boosts Raytheon | Brexit No Impact – BAE Posts Small Revenue Rise

Americas While Canada’s government continues to flounder on its CF-18 fighter replacement, it still continues to contribute to the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. Since the Liberal Party’s campaign promise to ditch the F-35 and launch a new replacement competition, they continued paying $33 million into the program. Show More Summary

USAF T-X Competition Heats Up | Airbus Takes Major Hit for A400M and A350 Problems | Poles Expect Patriot Missile Defense Deal by Year’s End

Americas The USAF T-X competition is continuing to heat up with Lockheed Martin announcing the successful maiden flight of its second T-50A aircraft. Developed in conjunction with T-50 manufacturer Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI), testing took place in South Korea one month after first T-50A completed its initial flight tests. The consortium faces a number of […]

Ranger School Death Possibly Linked to Low Sodium Levels

A West Point graduate died Wednesday after being hospitalized during his first day at Ranger School at Fort Benning, Georgia.

Decision Coming Soon on Navy Job Title Review, Mabus Says

Navy Secretary Ray Mabus said that he expects a review of Navy job titles to help sailors' careers.

Once Denied White House Ceremony, Marine Hero Honored with Ship Naming

Marine Col. Harvey Barnum said he was one of only two recipients of the Medal of Honor to be denied a ceremony at the White House.

Trump’s Trap

Even you Trump naysayers here at TAH, and there are plenty of you, have to take some enjoyment from the way the guy sticks it to the liberal media. He did it again yesterday with a press conference which sucked all the media oxygen out of the Democrat convention and sucked in all the liberal […]

More DNC “Hot Air”? Well, Sorta.

I am not making this up.  From FoxNews: Hundreds of Bernie Sanders supporters are expected to stage a Fart-In Thursday at the Democratic National Convention meeting in Philadelphia. An assortment of Socialists, beatniks, and leftwing rabble-rousers plan to consume massive quantities of pork and beans in preparation for the pungent protest. Normally I’d say “YGBSM!” […]

Joseph Decker, USS Oklahoma City’s chief of boat canned

Bobo sends us a link to the Navy Times which reports that Master Chief Machinist’s Mate (Weapons) Joseph Decker, Chief of Boat on the submarine USS Oklahoma City was fired “due to poor leadership”. “He was relieved for a consistent pattern of ineffective leadership at the deckplate level,” Cmdr. Corey Barker, a Submarine Force Pacific […]

Defense Mobile dumps troops and vets

AZtoVA sends us a link to the Military Times where they report that mobile phone service Defense Mobile dropped thousands of troops’ and veterans’ service without warning. The company is in the process of restructuring, said its chief executive officer, Anthony Montoya, who recently took the helm. “The company wasn’t doing well. I’m trying to […]

Joyell Riley arrested again

Earlier this month, we wrote about Joyell “JD” Riley who falsely claimed to be a “highly decorated combat veteran” female Marine and that she suffered from cancer and defrauded folks through her GoFundMe tin cup. After she was arrested for the fraud, she admitted that she had never served in the military. One of our […]

Fort Drum Soldiers Pair with Air Force Personnel for Mortar

The coordinates were called out, the mortars were set, and the ensuing blast could be felt shaking the ground deep into the post's ranges.

Appeals Court Upholds Navy Easement Decision

A state appeals court decision supported the Navy's efforts to block a pit-to-pier project and other structures it believes are incompatible with its mission in Hood Canal.

Bringing the brothers home

The other day, our buddy, Mothax at the American Legion’s Burnpit wrote about the flight that he was on which was delivering Army Air Corps Pvt. Evans Overbey to his family after 75 years absence. Someone sends us a link to the story on ABC News about the Iowa Ambassadors of Music, a student singing […]

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