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US Air Force Expands RQ-4 Global Hawk Fleet

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Northrop Grumman Corporation (NOC) a $354 million primarily firm-fixed-price contract to expand their RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned aircraft system (UAS) fleet by three aircraft. Global Hawk operates multiple sensors simultaneously to gather intelligence, surveillance […]

MG Industries NY Compliant Hydra Modular Rifle Now Available

It always amazes me how the government tries to ban something, so capitalism takes over and we find a way around it. MGI, manufacturer of the modular MARCK-15 AR “Hydra” platform, is proud to announce the Hydra Modular Rifle is […]

Anti-Gun Nuts Humiliate Themselves At Salon

Someone named Amanda Gailey drones on and on and on about all sorts of unrelated anti-gun propaganda at Salon (does anyone really still read Salon?), and I became rather bored rather quickly with the profuse gushing.  But something wonderful happened in the comments.  This is the summary. Xanthro: So, if you have a firearm in […]

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I reckon I never quite figured the whole PC thing would get this far: As reported earlier this week, Teach for America groups across the country are committing themselves to “culturally responsive teaching,” a radical pedagogy used by communist Bill Ayers and other blatant anti-American indoctrinators. Show More Summary

Guardian’s new military ANALyst

Nicki is just trying to piss me off today by sending us this link to the Guardian; How desperate does the Guardian have to be to have an ANALyst on their staff who is currently serving in Leavenworth for crimes against his country? And, oh, by the way, he was a fricken private when he […]

Some Thoughts Regarding MoH Awards

Jonn’s earlier article concerning the scarcity of Medal of Honor (MoH) recipients during the GWOT piqued my curiosity. So I decided to do a little digging  and number crunching – and see just where the numbers led. Here’s the data I was able to find quickly, from various internet sources, for 5 major US conflicts […]

John Collier; the phony stories just won’t quit

I get emails from various phonies who we’ve busted telling me that they learned their lesson, they promise they’ll never be phony again, would I please take down their blog post. Of course, I always refuse and guys like John Collier are why. Our friends at Guardian of Valor sent us the above picture. He […]

US, China Ramp Up Response to Worsening Ebola Epidemic

The US is going to send [White House] about 3,000 military personnel to Liberia and neighboring countries in order to coordinate international efforts to contain an Ebola outburst [CDC] that has been getting worse [CBC News] in the past few days. Just hours earlier Médecins Sans Frontières had issued an alarming call to action (video), […]

David DeMulle; yet another Vietnam Vet phony

Scotty sends us his work on David DeMulle who regales his readers with stories of his experiences as a combat photographer (yes, another one) with duty in the Military Assistance Command’s Studies and Operations Group – a special operations unit (of course); Yeah, in that picture he looks more one of Che Guevara’s buddies – […]

Alito; Congress should protect valor

The Wall Street Journal reports that Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito spoke to the 2014 Congressional Medal of Honor Society Awards gala in Knoxville, TN the other day. As one of the minority of the USSC who voted in favor of the Stolen Valor Act of 2004, Alito urged Congress to strengthen Stolen Valor Laws; […]

DoD stingy with Medal of Honor?

CNN‘s Jake Tapper asks why so few Medals of Honor have been awarded during the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars as compared to our much shorter involvement in previous wars. Leading the charge in Congress is Iraq veteran Duncan Hunter; That reasoning drew ire from veterans like Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-California. “These are men rushing the […]


I don’t follow sports. But I’d have to be Amish not to know Ray Rice pummeled his fiancé and dropped her unconscious body trying to drag her out of an elevator on camera or that Adrian Peterson has been accused of whipping his 4 year old with a switch till he drew blood on the […]

Tuesdays with Claymore

Flippin’ a-hole. Suppose you’re an idiot who watches Ed Schultz…but I repeat myself. Weekend at Bernie’s It’s not what you want that’s the problem, it’s how you want it. Right to work states are what’s holding us all back…because unions. DUmbass calls DUmmies dumbasses for using dumbass words. Hey, wait. Arrested by love. Yes, because […]

“I say shoot the idiots and call the coroner!”

Chief Tango sends us a link to the Clarion-Ledger in Mississippi which reports that Winston County Coroner Scott Gregory is tired of seeing innocents victimized by criminals in his county; Gregory gave his Facebook followers a warning shot with his [Facebook] post: “I’m about to make a few of you mad and probably think a […]


The United States government is sending thousands of military troops to the west African nation of Liberia as part of the Obama administration’s Ebola virus-response strategy. ”U.S. Africa Command will set up a Joint Force Command headquartered in Monrovia, Liberia, to provide regional command and control support to U.S. military activities and facilitate coordination with […]

AEI/Heritage Project for the Common Defense (USMC) Weekly Read Board

1. USS Fort Worth to Drill MCM, Marine Corps Lift in as Asia-Pacific Deployment 2. Marine Corps’ Aggressive Move Into an Amphibious Future 3. Marine Harrier Strikes Islamic State Near Haditha Dam 4. U.S. Navy, Marines Need More Women—Secretary of the Navy 5. Show More Summary

US Sending 3,000 Troops to Africa to Battle Ebola

The U.S. military will send 3,000 troops to the heart of the Ebola outbreak in Liberia and devote air assets to delivering medical supplies and personnel, the White House announced Monday night.

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