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Taliban's Onslaught Across Afghanistan Draws Increased US Air Power

More than 700 U.S. airstrikes have been carried out this year against the militants, twice as many as last year.

Air Force Studying Ohio State Football Players to Aid Special Forces

Reports track biometric data like physical exertion and heart rate. The info is used to set workload and recovery plans.

DoD School to Let Transgender Student Use Girls' Restroom

The Department of Defense reversed itself and will allow a U.S. service member's transgender daughter to use the girl's restroom.

WWII Pilot, 101, Gets Last Flight in His 'Godsend' P-38

A vintage aircraft clawed through the air followed by two chase planes, one carrying a 101-year-old pilot.

Air Force Studies Show Danger of Foam that Contaminated Water

The Air Force ignored decades of warnings in continuing to use a chemical-laden firefighting foam.

Tom Hayden dead

The author of the 1962 manifesto Port Huron Statement, the second Mrs. Jane Fonda, founder of the misnamed Students for a Democratic Society and California Democrat Congressman has died. I was taught that if you can’t say anything good about the dead, you shouldn’t say anything at all. In that spirit…..

ACLU hates to honor cops

Mick sends us a link to Fox News in regards to a New Jersey high school that wanted to pay homage to first responders before a football game this last week. the event was planned as a counter balance to the constant reminders in the media that professional football players don’t like the National Anthem. […]

Mikey Weinstein’s continued hyerbole

For some reason, the Air Force Times allowed anti-Christian jihadist Mikey Weinstein of the mis-named Military Religious Freedom Foundation to write another of his fact-starved op-eds in their pages. Last week, the FBI managed to thwart a massive bombing in Kansas. The horrific plot was extensive, planned over eight months by three members of a […]

The Distraction from Needs

My biggest issue through out my life has been my ability to focus and concentrate on one path or goal. Whatever it is that I pursue I go all in on it…at first. I have a hard time seeing things through to the finish line, either because I get scared (fear of success and failure […]

Obama’s legacy has sailed…

A week ago Rick Moran wrote a piece here at American Thinker pointing out that the Obama administration was preparing to “send a message” to Russia and its geo-poker playing leader, Vladimir Putin. Following the Democrat party’s and Clinton campaign’s talking points that the WikiLeaks releases of embarrassing emails were the work of Russian intelligence, […]

Monday morning feel good stories

At a restaurant in Anniston, Alabama, Malachi Hicks waited for the business to close until he tried to rob the evening’s take from employees with his handgun. One employee ran to his parent’s car where they were waiting to take him home and told them of the robbery. The employee’s father intervened in the robbery […]

USS Detroit Commissioned in its Namesake City

Officials commissioned the USS Detroit naval vessel on Saturday, after it spent more than a week in its namesake city.

Moscow confirms ministry website attack after US hacker claim

Russia’s foreign ministry on Sunday said an old version of its website had been attacked after a US hacker claimed he broke in and posted a mocking message. Foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova wrote on Facebook that the hacker targeted “an old site that has not been used for a long time,” adding that “specialists

Philippines’ Duterte says will not sever US ties

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Saturday he would not sever his nation’s alliance with the United States, as he clarified his announcement that he planned to “separate”. “It’s not severance of ties. Severance is to cut diplomatic relations. I can not do that. Why? It’s in the best interests of my country that I don’t

Russia puzzled by talk of US troop rotation in Norway

Russia expressed surprise Friday about the mooted deployment of US troops in neighboring Norway. “Taking into account multiple statements made by Norwegian officials about the absence of threat from Russia to Norway, we would like to understand why Norway is so much willing to increase its military potential, in particular through the stationing of American

Gen. Abrams: More training needed to adopt tech, prep for future conflicts

A lack of training time can be the biggest challenge faced by Army units shaking off the rust and returning to combined-arms operations, according to the chief of U.S. Army Forces Command. Soldiers now have less time in between deployments, which limits their training opportunities. While the goal is to give Soldiers twice as much

Royal Malaysian Navy Selects Terma Radar

The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) has selected the Terma SCANTER 6000 radar as their combined navigation and helicopter control radar for their two Lekiu-class frigates mid-life modernization and service life extension. According to Jesper...Show More Summary

Leonardo Unveils Net-Centric Centauro II Armored Vehicle

Power, observation, mobility, ergonomics, firing accuracy, communication, and, of course, best survivability: these are the basic requirements that have led to the development and production of the latest member of the Centauro family,...Show More Summary

UK and France to Develop Future Unmanned Mine Clearance Craft

Thales, BAE Systems and their partner SAAB, ECA Group and ASV Global welcome the confirmation by the Organization for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) that the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) and French Defence Procurement Agency (DGA) will continue their collaboration for the combined United Kingdom and France MMCM (maritime mine counter measures) program. Initiated in

CH-53K Completes Initial Operationals Testing | Boeing, Gen Atomics, LM & NG to Alter MQ-25 Designs for CBARS | Kuwait’s Typhoons to Get LM’s ATPs

Americas Argentinian Air Force pilots have completed their evaluations of the M-346 advanced jet trainer, according to the Italian Defense Ministry. The testing, which took place between October 12 and 13 in Italy, saw the pilots assess the trainer’s air-to-air and air-to-surface capabilities. Argentina is looking to acquire between 10-12 trainers to operate in a […]

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