Featured by Jeff Schogol
The Pentagon wants next-generation night vision that can be worn like sunglasses
The night vision glasses would be smaller and more powerful than the optics troops have now.
Marine Corps grants US military’s first ever religious exemptions for the COVID-19 vaccine
So far, 2 out of 13,763 requests for religious exemptions have been granted.
Green Beret allowed to retire after sexually assaulting woman in Thailand
'I should be safe working with them.'
Russian troops are battle-hardened but Ukraine would be their biggest test in decades
'I think it is a combat experienced force; but it’s not a combat-tested force.'
A shadowy drone force keeps attacking US troops
U.S. troops in Iraq have already come under attack by drones three times so far this year
Navy fires 5 officers in less than a month
Five officers have been fired since Dec. 10.
Here are your good, bad, and painful stories about military dentists
Our cup runneth over with tales that will make you want to brush your teeth three times a day.
Marine under investigation after 2-star Army general calls attention to sexual harassment allegations
'What kind of leader would I be if I saw something that violated our values and standard of conduct and walked past it?'
Dozens of Navy SEALs may be the only sailors to get a religious exemption to the COVID-19 vaccine
A federal judge issued an injunction Monday, making the Navy personnel the first service members to have their religious accommodations upheld.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin tests positive for COVID-19
Austin said his symptoms are mild and he will retain all authorities as defense secretary.
The Pentagon’s 2021 report card: Cs, a couple Fs, and an incomplete
Overall grade: D
Tell us your good, bad, and horribly painful stories about military dental procedures
'I'm sure the sadistic bastard still has that tooth as a trophy on a shelf somewhere.'
The next Russian invasion of Ukraine will be too big to hide, and Russia doesn’t care
No 'Little Green Men' this time.
This is the Pentagon’s new definition of ‘extremist activities’
The Pentagon has expanded the definition of "extremist activities" and what constitutes “active participation" in such organizations.
This Space Force birthday cake is bleak and empty, much like space itself
It is a very sad cake.
The Navy is rusting away thanks to a crushing deployment cycle
'Rust is found on ships that have high op tempo.'
What we know about the 2 former Marine special operators charged in a murder-for-hire plot
They face a maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted.
Marines ban amphibious assault vehicles from deployments, waterborne training following 2020 tragedy
'AAVs will only return to operating in the water if needed for crisis response.'
10 books for Marines who want to learn how to read good
Think of it as a supplement to the Commandant’s Professional Reading list, only Marines may actually want to read these items.
The Marine Corps may have blown its case against special operators accused of killing a former Green Beret
'I think this is one of the most direct examples of unlawful command influence that I have seen in a number of years.'
A Marine veteran was denied his disability benefits for 40 years. He sued the VA and won
'It's unfortunate it took decades to ultimately resolve this case'
Guantanamo Bay prison has outlasted the War in Afghanistan and it’s not going anywhere
Nearly 800 people have been held at the prison since it opened in 2002.
Tulsi Gabbard posts video in uniform accusing ‘self-serving politicians’ of wanting to start World War III
'Now is the time to be reminded of the grim reality that we all face if we don’t stop them.'
Florida National Guard troops are somehow caught up in Russia’s showdown with Ukraine
Red Storm Rising.