The road did not have a bike lane.
Many Washingtonians woke up on Friday to hear the tragic news that a cyclist had been killed during the morning commute. The 64-year-old former Navy Seal was struck by a Chevrolet Malibu and died from his injuries.Read full article ...
Don Shipley is a man with nothing to hide, which is more than can be said for his victims. A Navy SEAL with the BUD/S to prove it — and posers, if you don’t know what that is, you’d better find out in a hurry — Shipley has discovered a new and entertaining mission on... Show More Summary
Ex-Real Housewives of New Jersey star Danielle Staub said she’s engaged to her Navy SEAL boyfriend Joe Masalta. Staub, who was one of the most controversial characters on the show… READ ON
Danielle Staub is finally getting married. The former Real Housewives of New Jersey star has announced her engagement to Joseph Masalta, a Navy SEAL Special Warfare and intelligence expert. While a wedding date has not yet been set, the couple hopes to tie the knot in 2016.
Danielle Staub, who, after thirty seconds of reaching deep into the “Things I Didn’t Want To Remember” file in your brain you’ll remember as the certifiably insane woman on the Real Housewives of New Jersey, is getting married. Read more...
BLACKHAWK! was founded more than two decades ago, but the idea for its existence started a little earlier, in 1990. At that time, the company’s founder, who was a Navy SEAL, was attempting to cross a minefield, and his pack failed. As...Show More Summary
Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) served as a captain in the U.S. Air Force. Years later, when he lived in the Texas governors' mansion, he invited Navy SEAL...
Former Navy Seal Timothy A. Holden, 64, was killed in a collision with a car while ridding his bike on Massachusetts Avenue in Bethesda, Md., on Friday.
NAVY SEALS VS. ZOMBIES, the directorial debut of NASCAR driver and Hollywood stuntman Stanton Barrett (who has most recently played the killer in Scream: The TV Series) is gearing up to be a scenery-chomping good time from Anchor Bay Entertainment. Show More Summary
The military makes a big push to become a big tent.
A caution for those with a weak stomach; former Navy Seal Scott Taylor began this interview with the words, 'Thank you Tucker, it's great to be with you.' Just the simple utterance of such an awful sentence elicits the gag reflex in the most iron constitutions. Show More Summary
A top Navy officer said he's open to letting women join the ranks of its elite SEAL teams - and if the Secretary of Defense agrees with the admiral's recommendation, some of the first female SEAL candidates will likely start the journey at Naval Station Great Lakes in North Chicago, Navy officials...
The push for gender equality centers around believing that offering the same opportunities to both sexes will result in the same outcome. We, most of us anyway, know this couldn't be further from the truth. Different factors including skill, ability, education, etc. Show More Summary
When two women completed the daunting U.S. Army Ranger school this week they helped end questions about whether women can serve as combat leaders, as the Pentagon is poised to open new roles, including elite Navy SEALs, to women in coming months. Show More Summary
Retired General Jerry Boykin, who serves as executive vice president of the Family Research Council, warned this week that women Navy SEALs should “expect consequences” for violating “the laws of nature.” Speaking to Fox News host Brian Kilmeade on Thursday, Boykin agreed...
The top brass of the U.S. Navy announced this week the military branch is planning to open up its elite SEAL teams to female sailors for the first time. Women are currently barred from serving in special operations combat units and the...Show More Summary
Following close on the heels of the announcement that two women just passed US Army Ranger training, the US NAVY Seal program announced that they'll now allow women a shot at making the grade as well.
Later this week two women will become the first female graduates of the elite Army Ranger School, and on Tuesday Admiral Jonathan Greenert, the chief of naval operations, said the Navy is preparing to allow women to serve on SEAL teams for the first time. "Why shouldn't anybody who can... More »
The US Navy plans to open its famed SEAL fighting units to women, provided they can pass the notoriously difficult training course, Defense News reported Tuesday (Aug 18). The move comes as the military announced that two American women will […]