(Mississippi National Guard/Spc. Jovi Prevot)

A battlefield full of remote-controlled robot battlewagons is closer to reality than you think.

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(U.S. AIr National Guard/Senior Airman Jonathan W. Padish)

An Army dental clinic discovered that on three separate days in the last week, it used non-sterilized equipment.

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The bureaucratic red tape found in the U.S. military is so abundant and chaotically intertwined you could accidentally strangle yourself on it if you aren't careful.

But in South Korea, Army leadership is saying "enough is enough," and The Big Lebowski has a small part in turning things around.

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Gen. Mark Milley. Photo: Sgt. 1st Class Jim Greenhill/U.S. Army National Guard

Army Gen. Mark Milley defended the Pentagon's ban on certain transgender people joining the military during his Senate confirmation hearing on Thursday.

The Pentagon's transgender policy became effective on April 12. It prevents potential recruits with a diagnosis of gender dysphoria from joining the military unless they have been medically stable for 36 months and if they have not yet had medical treatment to transition to a new gender.

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Photo: Sgt. 1st Class Christophe D. Paul/U.S. Army

If there's anything I know about soldiers, it's that they've been waiting for the chance to listen to Army training manuals while they're exercising, driving, or doing any other activity that keeps them from reading at the same time.

Right?

Well do I have news for you: The Army announced in June that it was going to start publishing Army doctrine audiobooks. Soldiers everywhere, rejoice!

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