Insight into the fourth domain of warfare
I got a couple emails that asked me, "Hey, don't you think we NEED a military?! What are we going to do if we're attacked?!" Very well. I'll play. Pay attention, boys and girls. Get up and make coffee and settle in for a nice winter's cha
Obama's 'Boots on the Ground': U.S. Special Forces Are Sent to Tackle Global Threats ... They are taking on a larger combat role in Afghanistan, where the war was supposed to be over
In the following instances, officials in the government which carried out the attack (or seriously proposed an attack) admit to it, either orally, in writing, or through photographs or videos:
After the Berlin Wall fell in November 1989 and the death of the Soviet Union was confirmed two years later when Boris Yeltsin courageously stood down the red army tanks in front of Moscow's White House, a dark era in human history came to an end.
A striking example of how dangerously Americans are misinformed and misled by the war party was featured in a major article on 24 December, New York Times.
Coming soon to Asian airspace near you
A new report from the U.S. Navy's intelligence branch paints a sobering picture of Putin's increasingly aggressive fleet--and its deadly international shows of force.
COMING SOON TO ASIAN AIRSPACE NEAR YOU
In case you needed any more evidence as to why you should not volunteer to lose your life, body parts, or mind, have a look at this article.
Russia has bolstered its military and asserted itself on the world stage with a forcefulness not seen since the Cold War, ratcheting up tensions with the West. Here is what Russia has been doing to reclaim its influence.
general rebrands Isis 'Daesh' after requests from regional partners ... Leader of operations against group uses alternative name - a pejorative in Arabic that rejects fighters' claims on Islam ... A top Pentagon general has informally rebranded the
Responding to the deadliest attack against U.S. forces in Afghanistan in more than three years, the White House issued a statement Monday saying its "thoughts and prayers are with the victims, their families, and their loved ones."
A United States B-52 bomber last week mistakenly flew within two nautical miles of a disputed artificial island built by China in the South China Sea, Pentagon officials said Friday.
The next world conflict will begin in space with superpowers or terrorists blasting communications and spy satellites out of orbit, defence experts predict
Calm Before the Storm?
US intelligence services have mapped Islamic State's media installations producing terrorist propaganda for the internet, yet none of them have been bombed out for fear of collateral damage and the need for intelligence to monitor the jihadists'
Vladimir Putin escalated his confrontation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan over the downing of a Russian bomber, saying relations are beyond repair while declaring Syria a no-fly zone for Turkish military aircraft.
Russia's strategic nuclear forces chief says its new weapons will be capable of "neutralizing" any potential missile defenses.
When it comes to predictions, perhaps no organization on the planet is better able to make dreams a reality than the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
-and even help fly its F-35 fighter jet -- but admits it is ALREADY playing catch up
"The politicians are the ones you should be opposing, not the soldiers. The soldiers are there to do what they are told. They perform terrible acts because they are told to do so." ~ A Critic in 2008
The Marine Corps has a powerful new assault vehicle.
Homeland Security deployed hi-tech spy plane which scoops up tens of thousands of phone calls at one time above San Bernardino for days after massacre
Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday brushed off what a Germany magazine said was a request from the United States to provide more military help in the fight against Islamic State.
A Russian destroyer had to open warning fire as a Turkish fishing vessel sailed on a collision course towards them and didn't respond to calls from the warship, the Russian Defense Ministry reported.
Surveillance tech Star Trek would love
In the many strategies proposed to defeat the Islamic State (IS) by presidential candidates, policymakers, and media pundits alike across the American political spectrum, one common element stands out: someone else should really do it.
Recently Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter announced that all military jobs would be open to women, including the most dangerous combat jobs. Some have hailed it as a victory for equal rights and are even calling for women to be eligible for the dra
In the second case taken up by host Sarah Koenig's program, the longest-held US prisoner of war since Vietnam speaks out on his captivity