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The Army’s new ‘pink and greens’ are coming to new soldiers in 2021
The Army's 'pink and green' uniforms will arrive in the hands of new soldiers by 2021, with recruiters and drill sergeants expected to receive the World War II-era throwback uniform...
We salute the guy who turned his riding lawnmower into a tank named ‘COVID Killer’
It even rocks a spud-launching gun turret
Navy recruits are being quarantined at Great Wolf Lodge, but water slides are sadly out of the question
Enjoy your stay!
Storm Trooper Wargo
Coast Guardsman Petty Officer 2nd Class Edward Wargo downplayed his passion to avoid ridicule by friends as a kid. Later in life he found community by embracing that passion and...
Yes, this photo of Mattis modeling a leather jacket is very real
For just over $1,300, it could be yours!
Night ops just got a lot more comfy thanks to all these plushy weapons of war
Why yes, this is an M18 Claymore Mine neck pillow, and yes, you can buy it, along with an arsenal of other plushy weapons of mass destruction thanks to the...
You know things are officially f*cked when Waffle House starts to close
America's battle with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) may be at a turning point, at least, according to Waffle House
Navy OKs beards, turbans, and hijabs worn for religious reasons, though key questions remain
The Sikh Coalition has a few lingering questions for the Navy, which approved the uncovered wearing of a range of articles of faith on March 16
The Navy is relaxing its grooming standards to battle the spread of the coronavirus
Sailors will be excused from meeting strict hair-length standards during the coronavirus crisis, Navy leaders announced Wednesday night.
She fought to survive as a child and trained as an Olympic wrestler. Now she shows Marines how to fight
Sgt. Melissa Paul is a wrestler who has been fighting all her life
Air Force OKs beards, turbans, and hijabs worn for religious reasons
The regulation formalizes a waiver process for future airmen seeking to wear turbans, hijab or beards
Watch an Air Force vet sh*t a brick when he finds out his Rolex is worth $700,000
There's nothing quite like finding out that the nifty little trinket you blew a paycheck on when you were a junior enlisted service member is actually worth three-quarters of a...
A Marine vet is on a mission to make the media capitalize ‘veteran’ all the time
Should media organizations capitalize the word 'veteran' as a formal title? One Marine veteran certainly thinks so
The untold story of how booze soaked the battlefields of World War II
America's battle against alcohol in the 1920s failed to attract many foreign allies and ended in defeat. By the time World War II broke out, the nation's short-lived prohibition experiment...
Eddie Gallagher has launched a lifestyle brand
Edward Gallagher, the Navy SEAL who was acquitted of war crimes and was pardoned by President Donald Trump, has launched a lifestyle brand
By the hammer of Thor! A Nevada National Guard soldier can now rock a Norse beard
I am called Glad-of-War, Grim, Raider, and Third. I am One-Eyed. I am also called Highest, and True-Guesser. I am Grimnir, and I am the Hooded One. I am All-Father,...
Marines at Camp Lejeune can now get food delivered straight to their barracks with ‘ChowCall’
ChowCall delivers food from restaurants to hungry customers much the same way as similar food delivery business such as Grubhub and DoorDash do, but with their own twist: they also...
Why we really eat turkey on Thanksgiving
Pilgrims and natives probably stuffed themselves silly with venison, not turkey. So why do we really eat it on Thanksgiving?
The good, the bad, and the ugly of celebrating Thanksgiving while deployed
In an ideal world, Thanksgiving is spent at the dining room table, surrounded by beloved family, close friends, and good food. For U.S. service members, it's occasionally spent in the...
Melania Trump may send you a care package to lighten up your holiday deployment
They're going to deployed U.S. troops in Iraq, Kuwait, Romania, Poland, and Djibouti.
We went deer hunting in Texas with our friend Crispy
I told him how I got badly burnt and he said "nah man you're Crispy"
The NFL is rocking camo gear this month to support the troops. Patriots coach Bill Belichick doesn’t join in for a reason
"Honestly, I don't think what sweatshirt I wear is that important. What's important to me is what your actions are."
We give the Popeye’s chicken sandwich at the Pentagon two knife hands up
Oh my sweet Jesus this sandwich is good.
It’s not stolen valor on Halloween
Halloween is most importantly a day for playing make-believe — the only day adults can escape their 9-to-5 jobs and pretend to be something they're not.
Vets can relive their childhood dreams of building massive block armies with free tickets to Legoland this November
Military veterans will get in free to Legoland Florida during most of November