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Man who shot at National Guard soldiers during Minnesota protests gets eight years in prison
The man fired "multiple shots" at the Guardsmen on April 18.
Video shows unarmed Marine veteran tased by police in his daughter’s hospital room
'You guys are out of control'
2 Minnesota National Guard soldiers injured after drive-by shooting in Minneapolis
A bullet went right through the Humvee windshield.
People are losing their minds over Special Operation Command’s new diversity officer
Best of the best.
Constant mobilizations may be pushing the National Guard to the brink
More mobilizations. More time away from jobs and families. More strain on the Guard.
Here’s why the Pentagon described the Capitol Hill riots as ‘First Amendment protests’
When is a riot not a riot?
Hundreds of National Guardsmen activated as DC braces for post-election protests
None of the National Guardsmen will be armed.
The military needs to crack down on extremists within the ranks, Pentagon report finds
DoD does not adequately track service members that have been radicalized by white supremacist groups.
Congress is poised to defy Trump over Confederate base names
Trump has told lawmakers he would veto the defense policy bill if it changed base names that honor Confederate leaders
Trump fires Defense Secretary Mark Esper ‘effective immediately’
Mark Espy… Esperanto… Yesper... Mark not gonna work here anymore, anyway.
Spy plane sent to monitor George Floyd protests near home of California National Guard chief
"El Dorado Hills was the most monitored place in California ... Why was that? They are absolutely covering this up."
The Navy is reconsidering its war on beards
A great big bushy beard!
It’s been 80 days since DoD leaders promised to release an investigation ‘within days’ into an Army helicopter buzzing protesters
'I would expect it pretty shortly, like within days, perhaps early next week,' Army Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said on July 9.
Diversity is about saving Marines’ lives, not political correctness, commandant says
The Marine Corps needs to become more diverse in order to save Marines’ lives, Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger said on Wednesday
Feds sought to deploy military ‘heat ray’ against Washington DC protesters, whistleblower says
The Active Denial System uses radio frequency waves "to create a brief intolerable heating sensation on the person's skin at tactically useful ranges," according to the Pentagon
ACLU sues Trump administration alleging illegal arrests of veterans and other protesters in Portland
The American Civil Liberties Union on Wednesday sued the Trump administration, saying it illegally detained military veterans and other protesters in Portland, Oregon, and used excessive force to try to silence supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement
Investigation into why National Guard helicopters buzzed protesters in D.C. stuck in limbo
“The Department is committed to a complete and thorough investigation," Pentagon spokesman Army Lt. Col. Chris Mitchell said on Tuesday. "The investigation is ongoing and we do not have a timeline on a completion date"
Naval Special Warfare Command cuts ties with SEAL museum over video of dogs attacking man in Colin Kaepernick jersey
"We will revisit our relationship with the Museum when I am convinced that they have made the necessary changes to ensure this type of behavior does not happen again"
Army National Guard officer says police used ‘excessive’ force on protestors outside the White House
"From my observation, those demonstrators — our fellow American citizens — were engaged in the peaceful expression of their First Amendment rights."
An Air Force vet brought an assault rifle to a protest in Austin. Then he was shot dead
Garrett Foster, who was shot to death during a downtown Austin protest Saturday night, was remembered as a man dedicated to exercising his Second Amendment rights, stamping out racial injustice and caring for his fiancé, according to family and friends.
The Air Force asked service members for feedback on racial injustice. The response was overwhelming
When the U.S. Air Force introduced a new survey earlier this month that asked airmen to describe racial injustice or bias they'd witnessed or experienced during their careers, leaders figured they'd get a lot of feedback — but they didn't expect that thousands would come forward with stories
Army four-star general: talking about racial injustice was like learning ‘a new language’ for the military
"In my opinion, I've been doing this for 38 years, the topic of race in the military has been considered taboo, something we just don't talk about"
Coast Guard bans Confederate flag from its installations
The Coast Guard has banned the display of the Confederate flag from its installations, including workplaces and barracks
Watch this Navy veteran shrug off batons and pepper spray like a badass amid protests in Portland
"He just took it"
DoD effectively bans Confederate flags from military installations
The U.S. military has now banned the Confederate flag from military installations without specifically mentioning the flag in its new policy change