Featured by David Roza
This new military true crime podcast will make you pull your woobie over your head
"It's the stories of the 'heroes' that commit heinous crimes — that brought me to create Military Murder."
‘If he was on the battlefield, he probably would’ve been shot in the back’— Inside the toxic command of Air Force Lt. Gen. Lee Levy
Working for Levy, "was harder than a deployment, because there was no job satisfaction," said one airman.
Two A-10 pilots receive the Distinguished Flying Cross for rescuing troops under heavy fire in Afghanistan
The Distinguished Flying Cross is rarely awarded, let alone awarded twice on the same day to two members of the same fighter squadron, but that's exactly what happened for two A-10 pilots who saved troops under fire in Afghanistan during missions in 2008 and 2010
A Florida student tried to enlist ISIS to knock off a pair of college deans who did him wrong
Over the past five years, we've been swamped with stories of Americans being recruited by ISIS, but leave it to Florida Man to flip the script by attempting to recruit ISIS fighters himself to assassinate two local college deans who'd suspended or expelled him
801,000 dead, $6.4 trillion spent, and no end in sight: the true costs of the Global War on Terror
“The numbers continue to accelerate, not only because many wars continue to be waged, but also because wars don’t end when soldiers come home."
Air Force identifies 2 airmen killed during T-38 training flight in Oklahoma
"When tragedies like this occur, every member of the U.S. military, Vance, Enid, feels it."
Air Force to airmen: consume CBD and you’ll fail your drug test
"It's important for both uniformed and civilian Airmen to understand the risk these products pose to their careers."
2 years after the Fitzgerald and McCain collisions, the Navy has no idea if its new ship-driving training is working
According to senior Navy officials, it could take nearly 16 years or more to know if the planned changes will have an impact
Airman charged with murder in North Carolina nightclub shooting
The Air Force confirmed that the shooting took place at the Mambo 69 Nightclub, about an hour's drive northwest of the base.
She’s photographed every major war of the last 20 years. Marine Corps boot camp was something else entirely
"I understand why it's done intellectually, but it was tough to be around so much screaming all the time."
The Air Force’s new fix for its nationwide PFAS water contamination problem: a f*cking plasma reactor
"All of the other demonstrations remove PFAS from the water through filtration. Our method actually destroys PFAS"
‘A huge morale hit’ — Army EOD techs are stuck between plummeting recruitment levels and skyrocketing workloads
"Something needs to change, because I don't think we have enough manpower for the workload."
Paul Rudd is now the face of the Pentagon’s Baskin-Robbins for a very good reason
Baskin-Robbins always finds out
Navy SEAL-turned-congressman Dan Crenshaw: We need to stay in Afghanistan just like Germany and Japan to prevent the next 9/11
"We're not explaining that if we let our enemies have the operational space they will commit another 9/11"
The most requested video game among US service members and vets isn’t what you’d expect
Hint: It ain't 'Call of Duty'
Air Force PJ dies during mountain rescue training in Idaho
Though the incident is still under investigation, the Air Force said Tech Sgt. Peter Kraines, 33, died from injuries he sustained while performing mountain rescue techniques in Boise, Idaho
The Marine Corps is eyeing this lightweight polymer ammo for its ‘Ma Deuce’ .50 cal machine guns
The Marine Corps is currently negotiating an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract with Mississippi-based defense contractor MAC LLC to evaluate and test the company's lightweight MK 323 Mod 0 polymer ammo, Marine Corps Systems Command spokesman Manny Pacheco told Task & Purpose
Service members and vets can now download dozens of video games for free — and no, you don’t need to reenlist to get them
Love video games but hate paying for them? If you're a U.S. service member, a veteran, or a family member of one, then a new program has just the thing for you
The US is offering a ton of cash for help hunting down those responsible for the 2017 Niger attack
The announcement comes exactly two years after four Special Forces soldiers were killed in the ambush.
The Marine Corps is eyeing these stackable stun grenades that can double as breaching charges
"Scalable grenades are more likely to be on hand, precluding the need to call up a breaching team"