More U.S. Troops Flown Out of Iraq After Iran Missile Attack

The number of U.S. troops being removed from Iraq due to possible injuries from the January 8 Iran missile attack has risen. A small number of troops have showed signs of concussion like symptoms and are being flown to U.S. medical facilities in Germany and Saudi Arabia for further evaluation. There has been no exact […]

3 Examples of American Pride and Respect

I came across a story about a soldier who recently spotted an American flag lying on the ground and decided to take action. This led me to other similar stories one right after the next. Discovering these stories of pride for the country and flag made me feel all fuzzy inside. I’ve decided to share […]

New Aircraft Carrier to be Named after Pearl Harbor Hero

Today the at Pearl Harbor the U.S. Navy is naming their new Gerald R. Ford class aircraft carrier after Pearl Harbor hero Doris Miller. The new ship will be the first aircraft carrier named after an African-American. Doris Miller is also the first African-American to be awarded with the Navy Cross. Miller earned the award […]

Commandant Wants “Best and Brightest” to Serve in the Pacific

The Commandant of the Marine Corps, General David H. Berger is looking to beef up the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force in the Pacific. General Berger wants leaders to identify the “best and brightest” officers, SNCO’s and NCO’s and help move them towards serving in the Pacific. The effort to grow capabilities in the Pacific is […]

Navy Strike Group Training to Interfere with GPS

The U.S. Navy Carrier Strike Group 4 is doing training exercises off the coast of Georgia that can interfere with GPS and other navigation systems. The training exercises kicked off on January 16 and will run through January 24. Pilots flying over the Southeast United States may find their GPS and navigational systems not functioning […]

Paratroopers Replacing Marines at US Embassy in Baghdad

The 100 or so Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis Response Marines who were sent to beef up security at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad due to rising tensions in the region, will be replaced by the 82nd Airborne’s Immediate Response Force Brigade. The exact number of soldiers and when they’ll arrive at the embassy has […]

MCAS Miramar Tightens Security Measures

MCAS Miramar has announced the base will be putting and end to the “Trusted Traveler” program. The program allowed civilian and non DOD visitors to travel onto the base as guests of service members. Visitors will now have to go to the visitor center located at the east gate for a background check. Once the […]

Taliban to Only Target U.S. Forces in Afghanistan from Now On

The Taliban recently announced they intend to focus their attacks on Americans and their foreign allies instead of Afghan government forces. The announcement was released after the Taliban failed to take over Farah in the western region of Afghanistan. The attack on Farah was stopped by U.S. and Afghan air strikes and Afghan security forces. […]

Here’s How You Can Finally Get a U.S. Military Surplus 1911

The wait is almost over to get your hands on an Army surplus M1911 .45 caliber pistol. It was officially announced last year that a limited number would be sold to the public. Last year the Civilian Marksmanship Program announced that 10,000 M1911 service pistols would be sold to the public. The CMP has now […]

“Saving Private Ryan” 20th Anniversary Release

It’s been 20 years already since “Saving Private Ryan was released. The movie is now recognized as a classic war movie and it has just been re-released in celebration of its 20th anniversary. The commemorative 20th anniversary edition is upgraded to 4K and comes in a HD/Blu-ray combo pack. The audio has also been upgraded […]

Odds of North Korea Summit Happening Are High

President Trump is not playing any games when it comes to North Korea. Trump says he will walk away if the meeting is not “fruitful”. The odds of a meeting between Trump and Kim Jong Un are still very possible. Trump did not ask for the meeting, North Korea did. This give Trump the upper hand […]

Colbert Writer Bashes Barbara Bush After Her Passing

A CBS employee and writer for Stephen Colbert crossed the line when she posted an inappropriate tweet about Barbara Bush, shortly after her passing. Jen Spyra immediately received criticism from many of her followers after posting the tweet. However, Spyra’s tweet did manage to receive over 1,000 likes. I’m sure that makes her feel justified. I […]

Tom Brady Threatened Stormy Daniels, According to the Porn Star’s Awful Sketch

Tom Brady just can’t seem to stay out of controversy. But it’s not Brady’s fault. This is the work of Stephanie Clifford better known as Stormy Daniels, the wholesome and credible porn star stripper extraordinaire. Stormy’s sketchy story of being approached by a handsome man in a suit, now hows a sketch to go along […]

Stormy’s Attorney Offers Huge Reward for Positive ID of Las Vegas Man

On Tuesday Stormy Daniels’s attorney Michael Avenatti, tweeted that he is offering a $100,000 reward to anyone who can positively identify the man in the Stormy Daniels sketch. Stephanie Clifford aka Stormy Daniels, claims the man in the sketch approached her in a Las Vegas parking lot and threatened her. She claims the man told […]

White House Welcomes Putin Even as Tensions with Russia Rise

Tensions are rising between the United States and Russia following the Trump ordered Syria strikes. But the Trump administration is still open to a meeting with Putin. Leave your comments below United States Is Ready to Strike Syria Again Committee to Defend the President Files Lawsuit Against FEC for Ignoring Clinton Money Laundering Scheme Saved […]

United States Is Ready to Strike Syria Again

The ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has issued a warning to Syria, “the United States is locked and loaded”. The Friday Syria strikes ordered by President Trump were a huge success. There were no reports of civilian casualties, the Russians were able to move out of the way and the United States had […]