Featured by Jeff Schogol

Marine Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller sentenced to forfeit $5,000 in pay and gets letter of reprimand
Marine Lt. Col. Scheller, who criticized senior leaders, pleads guilty to all charges [Updated]
Train like you fight: Watch a North Korean soldier smash concrete with his head
An FBI sting and Top Secret info tucked into a sandwich: How a Navy veteran allegedly stole classified submarine docs
The Pentagon’s hottest new catchphrase sounds a lot like its old one
Leaked documents reveal just how concerned the Marine Corps was about Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller’s call for ‘revolution’
Marine Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller, who criticized leaders over Afghanistan withdrawal, released from the brig
Marines are testing a new scope that ‘locks on’ target
A US Senator who lost her legs in combat is being attacked for using a veterans’ tax benefit
US Marine who says he rescued baby at Kabul airport investigated for appearing at Trump rally [Updated]
Milley defends call to ‘very nervous’ Chinese officials who feared a US attack was imminent
America’s top generals finally cut the bulls–t on Afghanistan
Marine officer who blasted leaders over Afghanistan withdrawal now in the brig
Airman makes video asking where vets discharged for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine can find work
At least four mid-level officers have publicly revolted against military leaders. What’s going on?
‘God needed an angel’ says gunnery sergeant in moving eulogy for Marine killed in Kabul airport attack
The Space Force enlisted rank insignia are here, and they look a lot like ‘Star Trek’
Their car became stuck in flood waters. Then the Marines showed up.
This Marine officer wants to charge a general with ‘dereliction of duty’ over Afghanistan
How Mark Milley became America’s most politicized general
US troops are still in Syria and nobody can give a good answer as to why
US suspends military support to Guinea after Special Forces-trained troops launch coup on their day off
A Marine Corps recruit died on his first training day at boot camp
How 9/11 changed the nature of American war — and how it shaped those who fight it
The war in Afghanistan is over but military leaders are still trying to hide their failures