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The Air Force just let in a white supremacist that a Google search could have caught
3 Marines and a porn star, all white supremacists, charged in federal gun conspiracy
Four white supremacists have been charged in a conspiracy to build, transport and sell illegal guns, the Justice Department announced Friday in a press release
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.
This white supremacist group is recruiting veterans for a future race war
The Base looks for members with military experience so it will have an army of vigilante soldiers ready to take seize power
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
Army private charged in neo-Nazi plot to attack own troops pleads not guilty
Prosecutors say Melzer planned to cause the deaths of as many fellow service members as possible.
NFL draftee claims he thought far-right ‘Three Percenters’ tattoo was a US military symbol
New England Patriots rookie kicker Justin Rohrwasser has expressed shame and regret over a controversial “Three Percenters” tattoo on his left arm
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
Former Philadelphia Navy Yard worker disavows white supremacy at sentencing for hiding extremist ties
Fred C. Arena, 42, of Salem, N.J., told a federal judge he was no longer a member of Vanguard America, the neo-Nazi organization he accompanied tor the 2017 "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va
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
Air Force moves to discharge Colorado NCO tied to white supremacist group
A technical sergeant stationed at Colorado's Schriever Air Force Base faces possible discharge from the military more than eight months after he was identified as a local leader of a white nationalist organization
Former US soldier who fought for far-right militia in Ukraine arrested in connection to Florida double murder
Craig Lang, 29, is one of two Army veterans implicated in the 2018 murder of a Florida couple. Lang and several other connected soldiers are part of a growing number veterans and U.S.-based extremists and white supremacist groups who have cultivated ties with Ukrainian right-wing groups in recent years
Colorado Air Force master sergeant remains in military after investigation into white nationalist ties
A master sergeant based at Schriever Air Force Base remains employed after the military completed its investigation into his ties with a white nationalist group
Wright-Patterson AFB orders US service members to stay away from Ohio KKK rally
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is prohibiting service members who work there from being in the area of a Ku Klux Klan rally scheduled for Saturday in downtown Dayton, Ohio
The Air Force is investigating a Colorado master sergeant’s ties to a white nationalist organization
Officials at Schriever Air Force Base are investigating whether a master sergeant stationed there participated in a white nationalist group after his identity was exposed by Colorado Springs activists
7 US service members identified as part of white nationalist group tied to 2017 Charlottesville rally
Seven U.S. service members have been identified as members of Identity Evropa, a white nationalist group founded by a Marine veteran and tied to the 2017 Charlottesville rally, according to leaked online chat logs examined by HuffPost
Army Vet Who Sought To Start ‘Race War’ By Killing Homeless Black Man With Sword Pleads Guilty
The 2017 attack in New York was intended to be the first of a series of race-based attacks, according to authorities
Coast Guard Officer Punished For Flashing White Supremacist Symbol On National TV
The U.S. Coast Guard officer who "intentionally" flashed a white supremacist hand gesture in the background of a live TV interview in September was officially censured by the branch shortly after the incident, the Post and Courier reported on Thursday
Antifa Idiots Allegedly Beat Up Two Mexican-American US Marines While Calling Them ‘Nazis’
Two Marine Corps reservists described being viciously attacked in Philadelphia by two alleged Antifa activists in November, Philadelphia Magazine reports, testifying...
Coast Guard Member Removed After Allegedly Flashing White Power Gesture On National TV
The U.S. Coast Guard removed a service member from its Hurrican Florence emergency response force after a Coastie was spotted...
An Alleged Charlottesville White Supremacist Reportedly Works As A Defense Contractor With Security Clearance
An alleged white supremacist who was involved in the Unite the Right march in Charlottesville, Virginia last August reportedly has...
A Disturbing Case Reveals Why It’s So Hard To Spot Neo-Nazis In The US Military
When Brandon Russell joined the Florida Army National Guard in January 2016, the service noted the radiation-warning symbol tattooed on...
Marine Booted Over White Nationalist Ties, Alleged Role In Planning Charlottesville Rally
Michael Joseph Chesny was separated from the U.S. Marine Corps on April 5 over his association with white nationalist organizations and...
Leading US Neo-Nazi Turns Out To Be A Military Faker
Elliott Kline decided he needed to get serious about his neo-Nazism when he saw a neo-Nazi hero get punched. Kline,...