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Kim Jong Un has quietly built a 7,000-man cyber army that gives North Korea an edge nuclear weapons don’t
"This is not hacking; this is cyber warfare"
A legendary Navy pilot recounts how he earned three Distinguished Flying Crosses in a single week
In one week of that career, naval aviator Chuck Sweeney earned three Distinguished Flying Crosses, awarded for "heroism or extraordinary achievement in aerial flight," for his actions over Vietnam.
Pentagon investigators say a senior DoD official sexually harassed women on his staff
Guy Roberts, the former assistant secretary of defense for nuclear, chemical, biological defense programs, resigned in April, USA Today reported Thursday, in the midst of an investigation by the Pentagon Inspector General into reports of sexual harassment.
The US military is testing water-penetrating bullets so Navy SEALs can shoot from underwater
A new weapon being tested by the U.S. military could give special operators a more lethal edge by allowing them to shoot underwater, according to Defense One.
More US contractors have died in Afghanistan than US troops, but the Pentagon doesn’t keep track
The Department of Labor's report indicates that 1,774 civilian contractors have died in Afghanistan since the beginning of the war. Brown University's Costs of War project estimates that the real number is about 3,814 deaths
A missing Canadian ex-soldier was reportedly smuggled across the US border and is hiding with a neo-Nazi group
Former Canadian Army Reserve Master Cpl. Patrik Mathews, 26, was first identified as a member of The Base by Winnipeg Free Press reporter Ryan Thorpe
North Korea’s promised ‘Christmas gift’ to Trump could be a missile test capable of striking the US
North Korea has again lobbed a vague year-end threat at the Trump administration, saying the United States can expect a "Christmas gift" if talks between U.S. and North Korean officials don't lead to substantive concessions for the latter
The ‘Fox & Friends’ host who persuaded Trump to pardon troops accused of war crimes levels a warning at Pentagon leaders
President Donald Trump's decision to pardon or reinstate the rank of three warfighters accused or convicted of war crimes went against the advice of his top military officials, relying instead on the advice of outsiders like Fox News personality Pete Hegseth
The Navy canceled a routine Black Sea patrol after Trump complained that it was hostile to Russia
Christopher Anderson, an aide to former Special Envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker, testified that the White House cancelled a Navy freedom of navigation operation (FONOP) in the Black Sea after President Donald Trump complained to then-national security advisor John Bolton about a CNN report that framed the operation as a counter to Russia
A former British paratrooper explains how he prepared ‘1917’ actors to fight WWI’s most devastating battles
Paul Biddiss, the military technical adviser on the upcoming World War I movie 1917, taught the actors everything they needed to know, from proper foot care to how to hold a weapon, "which allows the actor to concentrate on his primary task. Acting!"
7 never-before-seen artifacts from the decade-long hunt for Osama bin Laden
The National 9/11 Memorial and Museum's new exhibit, Revealed: The Hunt for Bin Laden, tells the decades-long story of the hunt for one of the world's most notorious terrorists wsing artifacts from the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan in 2011, as well as from the CIA and FBI
Russia just tested an ICBM near the site of its deadly nuclear missile accident
The Russian military successfully launched an intercontinental ballistic missile from its new Borei A-class submarine, the nuclear-powered Knyaz Vladimir, or Prince Vladimir, according to TASS, Russia's state-run news agency
Turkey allegedly used chemical weapons on the Kurdish civilians Trump left vulnerable in Syria
The United Nations is investigating the possible use of chemical weapons in the conflict in northeastern Syria. The Kurdish Red Crescent has raised concerns about Turkish forces and Turkish-supported opposition forces using chemical weapons
US officials reportedly considered pulling nuclear weapons out of Turkey, effectively ending the US-Turkey alliance
"I think this is a first — a country with US nuclear weapons stationed in it literally firing artillery at US forces."
US commander who oversaw defeat of ISIS: 11,000 Kurds died fighting by our side. Now we’re screwing them over
"This policy abandonment threatens to undo five years' worth of fighting against ISIS and will severely damage American credibility and reliability in any future fights where we need strong allies"
The Navy just blew the hell out of an old frigate with its new ship-killer missile in a message to China
"LCS packs a punch and gives potential adversaries another reason to stay awake at night."
The Pentagon’s nuclear weapons are facing a $1 billion setback thanks to a faulty $5 part
An official with the National Nuclear Security Administration told lawmakers that a $5 commercial capacitor it had tested for the Navy's W88 submarine-launched missile and the Air Force's B61-12 bomb was insufficient, causing delays in the upgrades and driving up the cost by as much as $1 billion
McRaven: China’s massive military buildup is a ‘holy sh*t’ moment
"We need to make sure that the American public knows that now is the time to do something"
Air Force F-35s and F-15s obliterated an Iraqi island ‘infested’ with ISIS fighters
On September 10, US and Iraqi forces dropped 80,000 pounds of munitions on Qanus Island, in Iraq's Salah-al-Din province, to destroy what Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) called a "safe haven" for ISIS fighters traveling from Syria into Iraq
The Air Force’s secretive new B-21 stealth bomber is ready to take flight
The Air Force's new B-21 Raider is set to fly sometime in December 2021
McRaven reveals his biggest fear during the planning of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden
During an interview to promote his latest book, Sea Stories: My Life in Special Operations, PBS reporter Judy Woodruff asked Adm. Bill McRaven what his greatest fear was in the raid on bin Laden's compound