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Hezbollah may quit border posts to bolster Assad in Syria

By Nicholas Blanford, The Arab Weekly Hezbollah is expected to hand over a chain of hilltop military bases along Lebanon’s border with Syria to the Leba­nese Army, potentially freeing up hundreds of fighters for combat in Syria, including Hama province where the Iranian-backed Party of God is heavily engaged in pushing back a rebel offensive. […]

DARPA swarming challenge kickoff. So many 3DR Iris+s!

3 hours agoHobbies / Drones : DIY Drones

From DARPA. Have you ever seen so many swarming Iris+s? Service Academies Swarm Challenge Live-Fly Competition Begins U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, and U.S. Air Force academy…

Russia allegedly supplying Taliban with weapons

Nine thousand U.S. troops are on the ground in Afghanistan trying to help the Afghan army hold back a resurgent Taliban. Their job is getting tougher by the day, thanks in part to Moscow. Charlie D'Agata reports.

Scream These Alex Jones Quotes To Get Out Of Any Situation

4 hours agoHumor : Funny or Die

Scream These Alex Jones Quotes To Get... Take control of your life, scream like Alex Jones is watching. Submitted by: Timothy Pizza Regular Keywords: Alex jones aliens ufo army picnic ET Views: 235

RMEF Salutes Their 11,000 Conservation Volunteers

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is proud to recognize and honor its conservation army of 11,000 volunteers during National Volunteer Week. This post RMEF Salutes Their 11,000 Conservation Volunteers appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

In "Spectacular Heist" Dozens Of Heavily-Armed Robbers Steal $40 Million From Paraguay Vault

In what has been dubbed a "spectacular heist" reminiscent of any number of B-rated Hollywood action movies, an army of heavily armed robbers, estimated between 50 and 60, targeted the cash storage facility of a Prosegur SA security vault in Paraguay's Ciudad del Este, stealing as much as $40 million. Show More Summary

Grierson & Leitch Episode 64: Free Fire, Network, and The Royal Tenenbaums

A slow week for new releases—it’s apparently all Boss Baby all the time these days—gives us only one major new release to discuss, Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire, starring Brie Larson, Cillian Murphy, and Armie Hammer. We disagree on it: One of our critics thought it was a fun experiment, but the other found it mostly tiresome. Show More Summary

The Guardian view on Egypt’s dictatorship: a war of Sisi’s own making | Editorial

Egyptian forces appear to have shot detainees in cold blood. There are too many signs that a military dictatorship in a key Arab nation is losing control in the sands of the Sinai The news that Egypt’s army shot dead up to eight unarmed...Show More Summary

Top Afghan defense officials resign following Taliban attack that killed more than 100 soldiers

Afghanistan’s defense minister and army chief stepped down Monday amid growing outrage over the deaths of more than 100 soldiers in one of the deadliest Taliban attacks of the 16-year war. President Ashraf Ghani accepted the resignations of Defense Minister Abdullah Habibi and Qadam Shah Shaheem,...

Pentagon chief visits Afghanistan after deadly Taliban attack

10 hours agoHumor / odd : The Sideshow

US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis arrived in Afghanistan on an unannounced visit Monday, hours after his Afghan counterpart resigned over a deadly Taliban attack that triggered anger and left the embattled army in disarray. Mattis branded...Show More Summary

A Former Army Reservist Is Turning Gun Tutorials and Military Surveillance Manuals Into Art

Artist Richard Wheeler likes to tackle difficult, complex problems. As accusations and insinuations fly from and about the Oval Office of wiretapping, spying microwaves and secret dossiers, Wheeler confronts the nuances of surveillance in his work. His practice is almost journalistic in its methodology, patiently unlocking publicly available information to...

Afghan defense chief quits over attack; U.S. warns of 'another tough year'

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan's defense minister and army chief of staff resigned on Monday after the deadliest Taliban attack on a military base, and U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said he was "under no illusions" about the problems facing the country.

Afghan army chief, defense minister resign following attack

11 hours agoNews : The Lookout

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghanistan's army chief and defense minister resigned on Monday, following a Taliban attack over the weekend that struck a northern army base, killing more than 100 military and other personnel, officials said.

Rescuing the Last Two Animals at the Mosul Zoo

Mosul’s forlorn little zoo, a collection of rusted cages in a park near the Tigris River, was abandoned by its keepers in October, as the Iraqi Army began to liberate the city from the Islamic State. For three months, the zoo was a staging ground for ISIS fighters. Show More Summary

Revisiting the Malki Affair – By Christopher Solomon

Revisiting the Malki Affair By Christopher Solomon @Solomon_Chris For Syria Comment – April 23, 2017 On April 22, 1955, a charismatic young Syrian army officer was gunned down on a football field. The assassination of Adnan al-Malki brought about the one of the first political crackdowns in Syria’s history. Show More Summary

Weapons of the Future: Army Buys Radar-Like Gun to Jam Drones in Battle

12 hours agoNews : Newsweek: US

As anti-drone technology improves, the Army recently bought guns capable of jamming drone signals in battles.

Major General James Grazioplene charged with rape

Devtun sends us a link to the USAToday which reports that the Army has announced that, even though he retired in 2005, Major General James Grazioplene faces six charges of rape of a minor which happened in the 1980s; The charges against Grazioplene carry the potential for life in prison and loss of pension, said […]

2 Top Military Officials in Afghanistan Resign After Taliban Attack

14 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

The minister of defense and the army chief of staff stepped down under pressure after a Taliban sneak attack killed more than 160 soldiers on a northern base.

'The Lost City of Z' Points to the City That Is to Come

The thrilling story of British explorer Percy Fawcett dramatizes our search for a transcendent home. James Gray’s The Lost City of Z opens with a rousing sequence of sport: British army officers on horseback, galloping through the picturesque Irish country on a stag hunt. Show More Summary

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