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Team Rubicon Challenges You To Find Your Purpose In Badass New Video
Team Rubicon, America’s favorite veteran disaster response group, just released its latest piece of cinematic magic.
The short video, titled “Find Purpose,” blasts veteran viewers to their pasts with images of childhood, boot camp, and raging rivers, before laying out this vision for the future: Purpose through service, shared hardship, and friendship.
The narrator entices viewers with promises of "sore muscles, blistered feet, dust in our nostrils, mud in our ears..." set to the sounds of a gritty slide guitar.
The video was produced as part of Team Rubicon’s Eleven11 fundraising push, which is intended to grow the organization’s number of monthly supporters by 500 before Nov. 11. Donations raised during the next week will be matched by the History Channel.
Check out the video below:
Search efforts are underway to find a West Point cadet, who has gone missing along with his M4 carbine, the U.S. Military Academy announced on Sunday.
"There is no indication the Cadet poses a threat to the public, but he may be a danger to himself," a West Point news release says.
Academy officials do not believe the missing cadet has access to any magazines or ammunition, according to the news release, which did not identify the cadet, who is a member of the Class of 2021.
Three soldiers were killed and another three injured when their Bradley Fighting Vehicle rolled over during a training exercise at Fort Stewart in Georgia on Sunday morning, Army officials announced.
KABUL (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper arrived in Afghanistan on Sunday in a bid to bring talks with the Taliban back on track after President Donald Trump abruptly broke off negotiations last month seeking to end the United States' longest war.
Esper's trip to Kabul comes amid questions about the United States' commitments to allies after a sudden withdrawal of U.S. troops from northeastern Syria and Trump's long-time desire to get out of foreign engagements.
Mark Esper is the third person after James Mattis and Patrick Shanahan to helm the Pentagon since Donald Trump became president, and he's apparently not making much of an impression on the commander-and-chief.
On Sunday, Trump sent a very real tweet on "Secretary Esperanto," which is either a reference to a constructed international language developed more than 130 years ago and only spoken on the PA system in Gattaca or an egregious instance of autocorrect.
This rifle could be a dark horse candidate for the Army's next-generation squad weapon — and you can snag one next year
The Army says it's settled on three defense contractors to battle it out to become the service's M4 carbine and M249 Squad Automatic Weapon replacements, but at least one other company is hoping that a bit of consumer approval could help upset the competition.