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Air Force Chaplain Says Christians Must Put God Above The Constitution

"Counterfeit Christians in the Armed Forces will appeal to the Constitution, and not Christ," Capt. Sonny Hernandez wrote.

Why More Pilots Are Skipping the Flight Suit

Pilots not wearing flight suits while flying? Don't worry. The Air Force knows some units may be doing just that.

Deployment of NY Guardsmen, Troopers to Caribbean on Hold

The deployment of more than 100 members of the New York Army National Guard to help with hurricane recovery efforts is on hold.

Trump’s First U.N. Appearance Was a Clunker

President Trump got off to an underwhelming start at the U.N. General Assembly on Monday morning. He sat on a panel flanked by various diplomats, including Ambassador Nikki Haley, who introduced him before he delivered some brief remarks, and it would be charitable to describe the welcoming applause as “light.” Then came the clunker. Show More Summary

Happy Birthday, Dr. Johnson

While we are contemplating the possibility of mass destruction by the pompous pompadour-coiffed popinjay in North Korea, we might take a few minutes to remind ourselves that every day is someone’s birthday. Today just happens to be Dr. Samuel Johnson’s 308th birthday.  And who is he, pray tell?  Why, I do thank you kindly for […]

Bragg soldiers charged with murder

Fox News reports that two Fort Bragg soldiers and another person were arrested for the murder of 18-year-old Dareon Tyrese Cook and 32-year-old Jonathan David Goodman in an attempt to rob them in the parking lot of a Fayetteville restaurant last week; Fayetteville Police Department announced Saturday the arrests of 20-year-old Ferris Brown, 19-year-old Javier […]

Navy Plans to Use Xbox Controllers for New Periscope Systems

An Xbox controller costs less than $30 compared to the $38,000 cost of a photonic mast handgrip and imaging control panel.

Northrop Grumman buys Orbital, ups missile assets | Airbus denies wrongdoing in Austrian Eurofighter sale | AJAX begins live-firing trails

Americas Northrop Grumman announced Monday that it is to buy rocket maker Orbital ATK for $7.8 billion in cash. The acquisition—Northrop’s first since 2002’s takeover of TRW Inc—would establish Orbital as a new, fourth business sector under Northrop, and comes ahead of a likely jump in demand from the planned upgrades of US ballistic systems […]

Happy 70th, Air Force

According to Wiki, the US Air Force was born from the US Army Air Corps on September 18, 1947. The other day, the President visited Andrews Air Force Base to celebrate the anniversary; President Trump expressed his pride in the men and women of the United States Air Force. “Our air superiority is unquestionable not […]

Anthony Joseph Cicola; phony SEAL

Our partners at Military Phonies send us their work on this fellow Anthony Joseph Cicola (Tony) who claims that he was a Navy SEAL; But, no, the Navy doesn’t remember him like that – he was an engineman on the USS Jason (ARF-8) from 1976 – 1980. No SEAL Training;

Debunking Yet Another False Claim

Something happened recently that bothered me.  And since it may have happened to other TAH readers, I decided to write this article detailing the facts – just in case someone else might need them. The other day, I was conversing with a friend who’s more liberal politically than I am.  They informed me I shouldn’t […]

Monday morning feel good stories

From Chesterfield, Virginia; Chesterfield police are investigating after a suspect is accidentally shot during a home break-in Saturday morning. Around 8:45 a.m., police were investigating a home break-in at a home in the 6500 block of Creekrun Drive when they received a call for a shooting in 4500 block of Watchrun Drive. When officers arrived […]

Admiral, Captain Fired as Investigation into Ship Collisions Continues

More leaders are being removed from their posts as the Navy continues to investigate the cause of two deadly ship collisions.

KAI probe widened to include Iraqi T-50 sale | Qatar pursues interest in Eurofighters | India completes Astra missile trials

Americas The US Navy’s newest America-class amphibious assault ship has been christened the USS Tripoli (LHA7). During a ceremony in Pascagoula, Miss., on Saturday, acting Undersecretary of the Navy Thomas Dee said the vessel “will be a force multiplier, and her crew will proudly serve our country for decades to come. I am grateful to […]

Major Expansion of U.S. Navy Amphibious Warfare Fleet?

The decision to use the LPD-17 design as the baseline for the LX(R) has opened up a major discussion on the future size and composition of the U.S. Navy amphibious warfare fleet. This decision resulted from the Navy’s determination that the Ingalls Shipbuilding production line for LPD-17s is now working so efficiently that another ship

Iraq’s New Trainer-Fighters: FA-50 Bounces the Czech

TA-50 drops tank (click to view full) Iraq may be on track to become the first export customer for South Korea’s T-50 Golden Eagle family of supersonic jet trainers and lightweight fighters. But the KAI/Lockheed Martin plane ran into a familiar set of international competitors, plus one dark horse contender. In the end, the dark […]

Boeing commences new Air Force One program | Sweden tests air defense solutions during exercises | Oshkosh JLTV visits the UK

Americas The US Navy has awarded a contract modification to Boeing for continued production of F/A-18 Super Hornet aircraft. Valued at $677 million, six F/A-18E and eight F/A-18F aircraft will be produced at various locations throughout the US, including El Segundo, California, and St. Louis, Missouri. Contract completion is scheduled for February 2019. Boeing has […]

JCREW 3: Next-Generation Land Mine Jammers Use Power of Network

IEDs: The Aftermath (click to view full) The US military is working on the next-generation of jammers to defeat improvised explosive devices (IEDs) that pose such a grave threat to US forces deployed overseas. The jammers are called Joint Counter Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device (RCIED) Electronic Warfare (JCREW) devices. Show More Summary

China Unveils Unmanned Attack Helicopter

China is promoting an unmanned reconnaissance / combat helicopter in the international market, further expanding the scope of its military drones offered to foreign buyers. Aviation Industry Corp of China, the State-owned aircraft giant, has put its AV500W unmanned autonomous helicopter on display at the fourth China Helicopter Expo that opened on Thursday in Tianjin.

US Approves Canadian Super Hornet Deal that May Never Happen

The U.S. State Department has approved the sale of 18 F/A-18E/F Super Hornets and associated equipment to Canada as part of a potential deal worth $5.23 billion, according to a September 12 announcement from the U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA). The announcement outlines the potential sale of ten F/A-18Es, eight F/A-18Fs, eight F414-GE-400 engine

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