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Army National Guardsman allegedly threatened to crash a stolen plane into a beer factory
“I hope they got a terrorism insurance plan the day before."
How do extremists get in the military? The Pentagon wants to find out
The review of recruiting policies was announced this week by the Inspector General's office
An Army vet allegedly plotted an assassination and a prison break to ignite a race war
"This is extremely disturbing, and it should disturb all Americans."
Air Force finally boots prominent white supremacist after months of review
"We are committed to maintaining a culture where all Airmen feel welcome and can thrive.”
Airman identified as a white supremacist is still in the Air Force 2 months later
A simple Google search of his name make his views crystal clear.
‘I felt hate more than anything’ — How an active duty airman tried to start a civil war
Steven Carrillo’s path to the Boogaloo Bois shows the hate group is far more organized and dangerous than previously known.
What it’s really like inside one of the military’s ‘extremism stand-downs’
“I would say my overall impression is we are not doing a good job educating the force on ... what represents extremist organizations."
Top admiral condemns extremism after ‘separate incidents’ of hate speech on two Navy ships
'We will own this'
The Boogaloo Bois have guns, criminal records, and military training. Now they want to overthrow the government
ProPublica and FRONTLINE identified more than 20 Boogaloo Bois or sympathizers who’ve served in the armed forces.
Nearly 1 in 5 Capitol rioters were military veterans: Report
27 veterans out of 140 people charged.
Y’all Qaeda: Ex-Marines allegedly planned takeover of Michigan capitol and public executions of officials
Two former Marines and the dozen men charged with plotting to kidnap the governor of Michigan purportedly planned to stage an armed takeover of the capitol building and conduct public executions of government officials, according to the state's attorney general
Ex-Marine exposed on neo-Nazi forum charged with allegedly manufacturing illegal guns while still on active duty
A lance corporal who was kicked out of the Marine Corps last month after he was identified as a frequent contributor to a neo-Nazi message board has surfaced in a federal indictment on charges that he and two other men conspired to illegally manufacture weapons, ammunition, and suppressors
Marine Corps boots infantryman investigated for sharing alleged white supremacist material
He was booted on Sept. 11, 2020.
Most Americans have no idea how deeply entwined white supremacist groups are in the military
White nationalist groups, who make up some of the most serious terror threats in the country, find new members and supporters in the U.S. military
‘Satanist’ ex-soldier sentenced to prison for distributing info on napalm, IEDs
Jarrett William Smith, 24, had pleaded guilty earlier this year to two counts of distributing information related to explosives, destructive devices and weapons of mass destruction
California airman suspected of killing two law enforcement officers in Boogaloo-related ambushes has first court appearance in federal death penalty case
Who will defend a man from facing the execution chambers of both the state and federal criminal justice system?
Meet the ‘Boogaloo boys,’ the violent extremists attracting members of the US military
The future of violent anti-government extremism in the U.S. might be summed up in a single word: Boogaloo
California airman charged with ambush killing of federal officer amid ties to extremist ‘Boogaloo’ movement
Steven Carrillo, the U.S. Air Force sergeant who allegedly murdered a Santa Cruz deputy earlier this month, has been charged with a second deadly ambush of federal officers a week earlier in attacks that authorities say were driven by Carrillo’s extremist, anti-law enforcement views and ties to a group that believes a second American Civil War is coming soon
California airman accused in ambush murder of sheriff’s deputy may have followed extremist ‘Boogaloo’ movement
A U.S. Air Force sergeant accused of ambushing Santa Cruz County deputies is also believed to be the gunman who shot a federal officer in Oakland, a law enforcement source confirmed Thursday, linking the extraordinary tragedies that may have been spurred in part by extremist, anti-law enforcement views found in the dark corners of social media
Army reservist arrested over Las Vegas terror plot was involved in drunken knife fight before enlisting
The Army reservist who plotted with two military veterans on inciting violence amid peaceful protests over the death of George Floyd in Nevada had at least one prior run-in with law enforcement, according to records obtained by Task & Purpose
Army reservist, former airman and sailor allegedly plotted to terrorize Las Vegas protests
Three right-wing extremists from Southern Nevada wanted to take advantage of the anger over George Floyd’s death in Minnesota and planned on inciting a riot
Germany seizes cache of arms and explosives from special forces soldier’s home amid extremism concerns
The military has been working to deflect accusations that it harbors right-wing extremists
The military surveyed troops on extremist activity decades ago. Here’s what it found
The U.S. military has attempted to survey service members encounters with extremism in an effort to crack down on hate in the ranks before — with mixed results
Militant group attacks military base used by US and Kenyan forces
Less than 150 U.S. personnel were at the base at the time of the attack.
National Guard boots two service members after investigation into white supremacist ties
Two Georgia men targeted earlier this year by online activists for their associations with radical white extremism have been kicked out of the Army National Guard, following months of investigation