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TikTok video shows US troops hunting for a porn star in Syria
U.S. troops have a new high-value target in Syria on their mind, and her name is Mia Khalifa
Air Force vet charged in border wall fundraising scam won’t stop ranting about case on Facebook, prosecutors say
Brian Kolfage, triple-amputee Air Force veteran accused of scamming supporters who donated to a private Mexico border wall fund, won’t stop ranting about the case on Facebook, prosecutors said Friday
The Space Force is sorry about this ‘clumsy’ tweet about the Space Force
The U.S. Space Force may have a growing command structure and expansive doctrine, but it's missing something critical to the sixth branch of the U.S. armed forces' success: people
Trump effectively bans TikTok and WeChat in US as ‘significant threats’
President Donald Trump has unveiled sweeping bans on U.S. transactions with the Chinese owners of messaging app WeChat and video-sharing app TikTok, escalating a high-stakes confrontation with Beijing over the...
The Army is investigating a TikTok of a soldier pointing a loaded pistol at his friend
"Military service is a sacred profession, and this horrific video does not represent our values."
Naval Academy opens investigation into racist tweets from midshipman’s account
The Naval Academy has initiated an investigation into racist tweets made by an account identified as a midshipman 1st class
The Army accidentally revealed plans for a new hypersonic weapon on Flickr
The Army appears to have inadvertently publicized potential plans for a brand-new hypersonic weapon system in a post on the official Flickr page of Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy
Trump threatens to have National Guard shoot protestors in Minneapolis
Twitter then hid the tweet by Trump, accusing him of breaking its rules by "glorifying violence."
Russian troops forbidden from carrying smartphones so they can’t reveal military activity and hazing rituals by accident
According to the decree, signed on May 6, military personnel may not possess gadgets that can track locations and transmit audio and photo materials.
Army moves to 100% virtual recruiting as COVID-19 continues to spread
"We are soldiers, and we will continue to soldier on."
Army social media employee fired over COVID-19 post on the service’s official Instagram
"The Army regrets the inappropriate post on Instagram related to the COVID19 response and the individual who posted it has been relieved."
Airman receives remedial training after RAF Mildenhall’s Twitter account ‘likes’ pro-Trump political tweets
"We have counseled the member responsible, and have provided remedial training to ensure no further missteps occur in the future"
Families of deployed 82nd Airborne soldiers warned about social media use after receiving threatening messages
"Go back to your country. You and your terrorist clown president brought nothing but terrorism," one message said.
A Marine lance corporal’s bored selfie got his unit ‘killed’ at 29 Palms
A junior Marine got his artillery unit into a serious bind after snapping a photo during a massive force-on-force training exercise in California's Mojave Desert
82nd Airborne paratroopers just deployed without their phones. Your unit could be next
As America's adversaries become more sophisticated, U.S. combat troops heading to the war zone may have to get used to leaving behind their phones, laptops and even personal gaming devices,...
The Army has officially banned TikTok
The U.S. Army has reversed its policy on TikTok, Military.com has learned, banning soldiers from using the popular Chinese social media app, which is now considered a security threat.
Marines can ‘like’ political Facebook pages but not ‘share’ them, new guidance says
An active-duty service member can "friend" or "like" the social media page of a candidate or cause, but cannot invite others to "like," "friend" or "follow" the page
Top Democrat wants the Army to assess whether TikTok poses ‘national security risks’
How are recruiters supposed to connect with the kids?
9 types of profile pictures that show up just before Veterans Day
American traditions have changed over time, including how we celebrate holidays. In the modern world, one new tradition is posting old photos to social media. This time of year, that...
Army recruiters are still using TikTok amid national security probe
The U.S. military has not issued any warnings about using the highly popular Chinese-owned social media app TikTok in the wake of reports that the U.S. government has launched a...
US opens national security investigation into TikTok
TikTok has been growing more popular among U.S. teenagers at a time of growing tensions between Washington and Beijing over trade and technology transfers.
Meet the 1-star general using Twitter to hear what you actually think about the Army
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7 rules for how military leaders should use social media
What happens on social matters, shaping everything from the outcomes of battles and even the health of nations
Retired Sergeant Major outs himself as admin for US Army WTF! Moments
"We've been told that we're oath-breakers ... Well, we're still providing assistance to veterans and their families."