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This Air Force infographic about leave answers no questions and may make you actively dumber
$700 billion defense budget and these are the nonsense graphics they make.
A Navy veteran exposes the insanely gross food served on warships in a viral Facebook post
"I want people to know about this – and I want somebody higher than me to know about this"
The Force is not strong with this poorly-conceived Navy ‘Star Wars’ tribute
“This is embarrassing. Please stop."
Navy’s newest aircraft carriers have clogged toilets that cost $400k to fix, report says
Unexpected and frequent clogging means the Navy needs to flush each aircraft carrier’s sewage system with a $400k acid wash.
Former Navy SEAL sentenced to 5 years for brutally beating man for no apparent reason
Andrew Judge, a 33-year-old decorated Navy SEAL, was found guilty of second-degree assault for an unprovoked attack on a 58-year-old man who was preparing to return to Illinois.
Army drill sergeant suspended following profanity-laced shoving match with recruit in Georgia
The Army has suspended a drill sergeant amid its investigation into an alleged assault, according to a spokesman from Ft. Benning in Georgia, the Army's premier infantry school
2 Army reservists allegedly targeted widows, businesses and other vets in a multi-million dollar scamming spree
A pair of Army reservists are accused of running a series of scams that bilked widows, the elderly, businesses, and at least one veterans group out of millions of dollars over a two-year period
Texas man accused of hanging veteran’s support dog for barking
A Texas man is accused of using an electrical cord to hang a veteran's emotional support dog after he was annoyed by her barking at the home he was boarding in rural Florida
A federal grand jury is looking into the suspicious deaths of 11 veterans at a single VA clinic
A federal grand jury has convened in the criminal investigation into the suspicious deaths of 11 patients at a Veterans Affairs hospital in Clarksburg West, Virginia in 2018. The deaths are believed to be linked to improper insulin injections, which can be deadly for those who are not diabetic.
Navy reportedly investigating secret PornHub videos taken of sailors in a bathroom
Officials believe the videos were taken through a peephole in a bathroom, and the individuals were not aware they were being taped.
A Marine’s moving truck was stolen with his father’s ashes inside
A U.S. Marine who had just moved to Texas was horrified when his moving truck was stolen — with his father's ashes inside.
The US has decided to stop sending bomb-sniffing dogs to Egypt and Jordan after many of the animals died
The US has made the decision to temporarily stop sending explosive-detection dogs to Jordan and Egypt after discovering that a lot of the animals had died as a result of poor treatment, a report from the Department of State's Office of the Inspector General revealed.
A woman kept her dead husband’s body in a freezer for 10 years and collected his VA benefits, police say
When Utah police arrived at a retirement community to conduct a welfare check last month, they were disturbed to find not only the body of the elderly woman who lived there, but an additional man's corpse tucked inside a deep freezer in her utility room
18th Airborne Corps apologizes for posting Nazi picture in its Battle of the Bulge commemoration post
"This was in no way intended to glorify the German forces," a spokesman said.
Army unit remembers the Battle of the Bulge with a photo of a Nazi whose troops killed American prisoners
"This is in no way intended to glorify the German forces, but to fully portray the odds stacked up against the Americans by December 19th"
Dozens of Kansas veterans were sexually abused during medical exams. Now the VA will pay millions to settle their lawsuits
The United States government has agreed to pay $6.97 million to settle dozens of civil lawsuits filed by military veterans sexually abused during medical exams in Kansas, attorneys for the veterans announced Tuesday.
A 22-year-old Instagram influencer says kids should learn less about World War II in school because ‘it’s so intense’
"[World War II] needs to be taught in moderation to promote mental health and focus on teaching young people real life skills."
The VA’s whistleblower protection office had one job and failed miserably at it, OIG report finds
"It was very clear to all of us who were whistleblowers that [OAWP] was not a watchdog. It existed for the purpose of exterminating whistleblowers"
The Air Force’s highest-paid employee is its football coach. He won’t say anything about his players using cocaine
Air Force Academy football coach Troy Calhoun refused to answer questions about cocaine use by three of his players during a news conference Tuesday. Calhoun is the Air Force's highest-paid employee, with a salary set at $725,000 per year plus generous bonuses in his 2013 contract, which has since been extended with accompanying pay raises
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."
VA reassigns 9 officials after Vietnam vet found covered in ants at Atlanta VAMC
"His room had ants, the ceiling, the walls, the beds. They were everywhere. The staff member says to me, 'When we walked in here, we thought Mr. Marrable was dead. We thought he wasn't even alive, because the ants were all over him"
The VA is investigating allegations that one of its physicians sexually assaulted ‘more than a dozen’ patients
A Veterans Affairs medical center in West Virginia is being investigated over allegations of sexual assault.
The death of a Vietnam veteran at a VA clinic was ruled a homicide, and more deaths at the same facility are now under investigation
A string of suspicious deaths at a Veterans Affairs medical center in West Virginia are under investigation after one of the deaths was ruled a homicide.
Florida Marine vet teacher on leave after telling students he would ‘be the best school shooter’
Keith Cook, a Marine Corps veteran and math teacher at Lakeland Senior High School since late 2014, is on administrative during the human resource department's "active investigation," after allegedly telling students during an August lockdown that he would "be the best school shooter" with a "1,000-person body count"
A senior airman says she was accosted for speaking Spanish while in uniform
A 27-year-old Air Force senior airman's shock at getting a rebuke for speaking Spanish in uniform in a Starbucks near Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam and her subsequent stand against discrimination have gained some fervent support on social media