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Judge: Bergdahl Adventures Prior to Enlisting Cannot Be Used

Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's effort to join the Foreign Legion and his time on a weapons range can't be used in his court-martial.

Sam Kendricks and “the most patriotic moment”

Some folks are calling Army reservist 2LT Sam Kendricks’ abrupt stop during his pole vault attempt at the Olympics the most patriotic moment they’ve witnessed. From MSN News; When ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ started playing during his competition in Rio, U.S. pole vaulter Sam Kendricks literally dropped what he was doing to pay respect to the […]

Feds in Terror Case Want Max Term for Ex-Illinois Guardsman

Prosecutors want a judge to impose the a 30-year prison sentence on a ex-Guard soldier who plotted to attack a military armory.

Submarine, Support Vessel Collide off Washington Coast

The Navy says a ballistic-missile submarine and a support vessel collided off the coast of Washington state.

VA and Navy Partner for Online Q&A About Correction of Records

August 26 online chat will discuss how petition process works and how BCNR & VA are working to help members and their families.

Gary Erdman; phony Marine sniper

The folks at Military Phonies send us their work on this fellow Gary Erdman. Apparently, he did have four years in Marine Corps, but that wasn’t good enough for him. Here’s what he claims to have earned in his claimed ten years of service; From a really sad copy of his DD214 that the NPRC […]

Clintoon Associates . . . and Hypocrisy

The NY Post today is reporting that Ms. Huma Abedin – protégé of a certain lady not exactly known for espousing conservative political tenets – was formerly assistant editor for a highly conservative Islamic magazine.  That magazine is the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Vogue it’s not.  It’s been described as a “radical Muslim journal” […]

Soldier Takes 5000m Silver After Crazy Finish at Rio Olympics

Army Spc. Paul Chelimo ran a personal best time of 13:03.90 in the 5000m race at the Olympics on Saturday night, finishing second.

Hill Air Force Base Begins Process of Shipping F-16s to Other Bases

The beginning of the end for Hill Air Force Base's F-16 fleet has formally started.

Navy Christens Ship in Recognition of Yuma

A U.S. Navy vessel honoring the city of Yuma has been christened.

Colt Bulot; another Special Forces phony

I’ve been sitting on this one for more than three years, He’s a slippery one, this Colt Kelly Lee Vernon Albert Bulot fellow. Those are names that he uses. The first time I talked to him, he was on Facebook and he sent me DD214s; He sent me four photos of the same document with […]

Galloway settles with Spodofora’s secret police

Back in 2012, we first wrote about John Spodofora, the mayor of Stafford, New Jersey, when he pretended to be a secret squirrel Vietnam veteran. A few days later we published his records. Earl Galloway, one of Spodofora’s critics, started spoofing Spodofora on a Facebook page that he created. The mayor got upset and sent […]

Monday morning feel good stories

In Oviedo, Florida, a fellow tried to break into a home. When that failed, he tried to break into a car – but the homeowner confronted him. The thief ran away and hid in some bushes. When the homeowner called for him to come out, the thief charged the homeowner – he was rewarded with […]

Army's Handling of Bergdahl Case Highlights Upcoming Hearing

Attorneys for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will try to convince a judge this week that the U.S. military has mishandled its prosecution of the soldier.

New US Commander in Iraq Vows to Retake Key Cities 'On My Watch'

The new U.S. commander in Iraq and Syria pledged that Raqqa and Mosul will be taken back from ISIS "on my watch."

Navy Air Boss: Fighter Readiness Not in Crisis

Naval Air Forces Commander Vice Adm. Mike Shoemaker is at a loss to explain how the Navy suffered three Class A mishaps and three lost aircraft in an eight-day period.

9/11, Two Photographs, and Chance

On 9/11, an Australian photographer was working in NYC.  He’d been covering the US Open. He was planning on taking the day off, but he was called after the first plane hit the World Trade Center.  He was arriving in the area when the 2nd tower collapsed. He spent the rest of the day documenting […]

Ernie Andrus completes his cross-country run

Time Magazine reports that Ernie Andrus completed his cross-country jog after three years at St. Simon’s Island in Georgia on Saturday – the day after his 93rd birthday; Ernie Andrus set out to run across the country to raise money to restore and return a World War II-era ship to Normandy, France for the 75th […]

German Party wants the right to arm themselves

Last month, a man of Iranian heritage killed nine people in Munich with guns that he had bought illegally on the “darknet” – where most of the terrorists in Europe get their guns. In response to that attack on Germans, like many Leftist governments, German legislators have largely supported tightening firearm ownership on legal gun […]

Yeah, It Was Ransom. The State Department Now Admits It.

Something curious happened last week, on Thursday. Asked by a reporter if the U.S. wouldn’t have paid the money until the prisoners were released, State Department spokesman John Kirby replied, “That’s correct.” Hmm.  From Merriam-Webster ransom:  a consideration paid or demanded for the release of someone or something from captivity Seems pretty clear to me […]

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