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That time an airman accidentally prevented a nuclear apocalypse
"Either out of ignorance or luck, he ended the danger.”
Pelosi wants to restrict Trump’s access to nuclear codes. But can she?
"I’m prepared to execute whatever the political leadership of this nation would like to do."
70 years later, the cold of ‘frozen Chosin’ Reservoir still haunts Army vet
"I would never have believed that you could live on the ground at 40 (degrees) below zero."
Inside America’s secret nuke tunnels beneath the ice of Greenland
Camp Century had a “Main Street,” a chapel, a movie theater, a gym, and 600 nuclear missiles.
We just got our first look at ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’ multiplayer gameplay and it looks f-ing great
The first look at multiplayer content for the newest addition to the Call of Duty franchise, Black Ops Cold War, just dropped today, and let me tell you... it's a lot better than I feared.
Why the Air Force’s aging fleet of Cold War bombers is the US’s best hope against China
Since late January, Air Force B-1B and B-52 bombers, usually operating in pairs, have flown about 20 missions over key waterways, including the South China Sea, the East China Sea and the Sea of Japan
The official game trailer for ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’ is finally here
I had my doubts, but this looks pretty damn good.
How a teenager with a Cessna managed to defeat the Soviet Union’s entire air defense system
And he did it with just a rented single-prop trainer plane
The US is plotting one of its largest European military exercises since the Cold War
The exercise includes a total of 37,000 troops — including 20,000 US and service members from 18 other countries
This new book gives a behind-the-scenes look at the secret battle between American and Russian spies
The new book "Spies: The Secret Showdown Between America and Russia" profiles over 12 secret agents.
The worst submarine disaster in US history is finally getting a memorial at Arlington National Cemetery
Judy Douglas' brother was one of 129 men who died when the USS Thresher sank in 1963. "Long time coming," Douglas said of the memorial. "I mean it's going to be quite an experience."
Russia Indicts Marine Veteran Paul Whelan On Spying Charges
Russia detained Whelan on Dec. 28 as he was traveling to Moscow for a fellow Marine's wedding, according to his family.
50,000 Troops Are Prepping For NATO’s Biggest Show Of Force Since The Cold War
Editor’s Note: This article by Gina Harkins originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and veteran community. Marines are landing...
CIA Expert: The US Is In The Middle Of Another ‘Cold War’ — Just Not Against Russia
Even as the Trump administration works to warm relations with North Korea and Russia, America’s relations with China have chilled...
What’s Wrong With FM 3-0? Well, Most People Haven’t Actually Read It
The current edition of “FM 3-0 (Operations),” published in October 2017, represents a departure from the U.S. Army’s historical approach...
Putin’s Biggest Enemies Threw A Powwow Just To ‘Piss Him Off.’ Here’s What They Said
Mitt Romney was not among the attendees at the first-ever PutinCon, a day-long symposium held in New York City on...
Lee Harvey Oswald Called The KGB Department In Charge Of ‘Sabotage And Assassination’ Before Killing JFK
Newly released documents from the CIA show that the spy agency intercepted a phone call from Lee Harvey Oswald, John F....
The Navy Wanted To Merge A Battleship And An Aircraft Carrier To Fight Russia
In the early 1980s, the Reagan Administration was looking to fund high visibility defense programs. President Ronald Reagan had been elected...
A Clandestine Cold War Military Unit Steps Into The Light
Dressed in civilian clothes with long hair, the men looked like any other on the streets of East Berlin. Their...
5 True Stories About The Military’s Paranormal Activity Research
What if I told you that the Department of Defense and the CIA spent four decades researching extrasensory perception and...
8 Things You Probably Never Knew About ‘Red Dawn’
No film better encapsulated the patriotic fervor of the Reagan era than John Milius’ 1984 cult classic “Red Dawn.” It’s...
How To Survive If A Nuke Goes Off In Your Town
Since the world was first exposed to the devastating power of nuclear warfare when the United States dropped bombs on...
Millennials Don’t Understand Why Everyone Is So Worked Up About Russia
Amid an avalanche of news raising alarm about Russian meddling in the U.S. election and ties between President Donald Trump’s...
The US Government Just Declassified 750 Nuclear-Weapons Movies And Put A Bunch On YouTube
In its quest for Cold War military superiority, the United States detonated more than 1,000 nuclear weapons. Government researchers blew...