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An Army vet turned Florida congressman wished the Navy a happy birthday with a photo of a Russian battlecruiser
An Army 4-star general says military leaders need to get on social media and start interacting with all those darn kids
Marine disciplined for urging people who opposed tanks at Trump’s July 4th event to kill themselves
Air Guard officer in Congress: It’s time for Facebook to crack down on military romance scams
No, a Navy submariner didn’t receive special liberty to clap alien asscheeks at Area 51
VR goggles and an Amazon-like recruiting website: Inside the next generation rebrand of the US Army
This Indian pilot was shot down and captured in Pakistan. Now he’s the face of the escalating crisis between the countries
Researchers found and tracked NATO troops and tricked them into disobeying orders for just $60
The AI Column: Why Marine Corps Commandant Gen Neller Really Needs to Read ‘LikeWar’
The Marine Corps Officially Bans Revenge Porn And Racial Supremacy
LikeWar: How Social Media Became The Locus Of 21st Century War
Russia Isn’t The Only US Foe That’s Learned To Exploit American Social Media
An Alarming Guide To The National Security Dangers Of Social Media
Air Force Reserve Kicks Out Recruit After Racist Video Surfaces
This Army Veteran Became The Face Of Military Romance Scams. Now He’s Fighting Back
High School Slammed As ‘Unpatriotic’ For Banning Graduate’s Army Sash At Ceremony
The Air Force Finally Punishes Airman For Her Racist Video
Navy Tells Families When They Can Identify On Social Media That A Sailor Has Died In New Handbook
The Pentagon Is Investigating Images That Allegedly Show US Soldiers Targeted In Niger Ambush
Here Are 46 Veterans To Follow On Twitter, Because America
MOH Recipient Dakota Meyer Blasts Dan Bilzerian For Filming Snapchat Video During Las Vegas Shooting
4 Months After ‘Marines United,’ Revenge Porn Is Alive And Well In The Corps
First Marine Sentenced In Connection With ‘Marines United’ Nude Photo Scandal
Auction Of Service Member Items That Sparked Outrage Wasn’t What It Seemed, Navy Says
Sailors Who Share Nude Photos Without Consent Can Now Be Kicked Out Of The Navy