Area Denial Weapon - coming to your local Police State soon.
Sgt. Wayne Leyde did 2 tours of duty in Iraq, then won $1 million in the Washington Lotto. He says he won't spend any of it until after he returns from a third tour.
And when asked whether Syria is the reason for the deployment, he said, "It's not specifically sent to any one country, as much as it is to the region itself."
Two companies who say their Army contracts were canceled as part of the biggest bribery scandal of the Iraq war are seeking $11 million in damages. [If you had just paid the bribe you would still have a contract.]
The story of an incredibly brave man, it's been announced that W.W. Keeble will be awarded the Medal of Honor 26 years after he passed away.
The unfolding political contest in the United States is a window into America's soul. The nation is arguing with itself. The candidates embody separate impulses. As voters choose sides, a red state-blue state polarity again takes shape. Within th
Last month, we published the story of Bill Blackwood, a truly extraordinary man who had served his country. Now, pictures from the military ceremony that laid him to rest.
With the establishment of a military command responsible for Africa, the US was hoping to promote peace and stability on the continent. The problem is, the Africans want no part of the American military.
The US denies the operation was a response to the anti-satellite test carried out by China last year, which prompted fears of a space arms race.
A new comic came out last month, Matamoros. It details the US military's fight against radical Islamists and is the first of its kind.
The Pentagon has long had a conflict of interest. The Department of Defense builds the weapons of war. Yet the department also supervises and funds 85% of the intelligence effort to identify threats that those weapons are designed to counter.
Faced with the challenge of expanding the U.S. Army in wartime, the military is testing an incentive program that pays enlistees up to $40,000 toward a home
A US defense official, an ex-Boeing engineer and 2 others were charged with spying for China involving sensitive military and aerospace secrets, including on the space shuttle. The 4 were linked to 2 espionage conspiracies, which posed a "grave
This will probably end up in the hands of law enforcement soon to be used on Americans.
“These three jokers are as much former Islamic terrorists as ‘Star Trek’s’ Capt. James T. Kirk was a real Starship captain,” said Mikey Weinstein, the head of the watchdog group MRFF.
"In effect, we are forced to retaliate, to take corresponding decisions. Russia has, and always will have, responses to these new challenges," he said.
The Pentagon is asking for more than $515 billion for fiscal 2009, the largest request ever, and a nearly 8 percent increase over the amount of money Congress awarded the Defense Department last year. Also asking for an additional $70 billion to cove
The vessels, including one once commanded by Germany's most successful U-boat ace, formed part of the 30th Flotilla of six submarines, taken by road and river across Nazi-occupied Europe....
Mike Moore, author of "Twilight War: The Folly of U.S. Space Dominance", wrote the different approaches to China and the weaponization of space. The policy of space dominance being pushed among space warriors could actually destabilize spac
The commission's 400-page report concludes that the nation "does not have sufficient trained, ready forces available" to respond to a chemical, biological or nuclear weapons incident, "an appalling gap that....
[FEAR] The military is developing contingency plans to deal with the possibility that a large spy satellite's fall to Earth in late February or early March could hit North America. Air Force Gen. Gene Renuart, who heads of U.S. Northern Command,
President Bush signed the fiscal 2008 Defense authorization bill into law Monday, but not before stating that he reserves the right to disregard several sections on contract fraud probes, whistle blower protection, and congressional oversight.
When the intruder threatened him with a knife, Taylor, 80, warned him, then brought his .22 caliber pistol to bear and shot him right between the eyes.
MRAP, the new Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected armored vehicle that the American military is counting on to reduce casualties from roadside bombs in Iraq.
The Pentagon is due to release a report stating that 250,000 U.S. Iraq war vets have suffered varying levels of brain trauma.
American military researchers are working to uncover and harness the most terrifying chemical imaginable: that most primal odor, the scent of fear. Many animals have an alarm pheromone which is used to signal danger; aphids, for example, use it to ca
In Chandler, Arizona a local Army recruiting office is sponsoring a video-game tournament that is expected to draw more than 100 people. Recruiters will promote the video game "America's Army"...
The guy who invented the bear proof suit has developed a military version.
According to a U.S. Army veteran with extensive boots-on-the-ground connections, the United States Government has dropped five nuclear weapons on Afghanistan and Iraq.