AN active duty Army officer in Iraq is refusing to recognize President Barack Obama as Commander-in-Chief - and hundreds more soldiers are lining up to follow suit...
The 400-foot-long dirigible – a cross between a satellite and a spy plane – will travel to any global destination within 15 days; survey targets up to 375 miles away, and remain airborne for ten years.
A couple of weeks ago Col. Laurie Buckhout of the Army's new Electronic Warfare Division, mentioned at a blogger's round table that technology for grenade-sized e-bombs existed.
The U.S. Army dispatched soldiers to patrol the streets of Samson, Alabama, a small southern town where a rampaging gunman killed 10 people on Tuesday. This obvious violation of the Posse Comitatus Act prohibiting the federal uniformed services from
Still worried American Troops would fire on Americans if ordered to? I'm not...
Wikileaks has cracked the encryption to a key document relating to the war in Afghanistan. The document, titled “NATO in Afghanistan: Master Narrative”, details the “story” NATO representatives are to give to, and to avoid giving to, journalists.
Earlier this year it was reported that the US was considering playing an increasing role in the drug war, and the possibility of joint operations with the Mexican military was raised.
Defense Sec. Robert Gates announced lifting a 1991 government ban on news coverage of the return of the remains of fallen service members to Dover Air Base in Delaware and will let families decide whether to allow photographs and videos.
Hundreds of times in the last 210 years, the United States has deployed its military forces in conflicts abroad, although the U.S. has only formally declared war on eleven occasions. A newly updated tabulation of those military deployments (pdf)Entered By: Powell Gammill
A U.S. soldier on active duty in Iraq has called President Obama an “impostor” in a statement in which he affirmed plans to join as plaintiff in a challenge to Obama’s eligibility to be commander in chief.
Israeli war-tech boffins appear to have the long-sought 360° wireless camera grenade, which can be hurled or shot through a door, window etc and so give combat troops a picture of what lies beyond.
Ball lightning has been the subject of much scientific scrutiny over the years. And, as with many powerful natural phenomena, the question arises: "Can we turn it into a weapon?"
On Dec. 4, Staff Sgt. Alberto B. Martinez was found not guilty of killing two New York Army National Guard officers in Iraq — a rare case of soldier-on-soldier violence in the war and a crime for which prosecutors had sought the death penalty.
Troops will spend Thursday, April 2, staging at a forward operations base at Carroll. The next day company leaders will conduct reconnaissance and begin patrolling the streets of Arcadia to identify possible locations of the weapons dealer.
DOD/UN survey: How would you feel about popping a cap into dear old Mrs. Jones, soldier?
The US military will begin recruiting immigrants with special skills who are in the US on temporary visas, offering a chance to become citizens in as little as 6 months. It would be the first time since the Vietnam War that the armed forces would be
Stretched thin in Afghanistan and Iraq, the American military will begin recruiting skilled immigrants who are living in this country with temporary visas, offering them the chance to become United States citizens in as little as six months.
Pfc. Ryan Alderman, now deceased, sought medical help from the Army. He got a fistful of powerful drugs instead.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is proposing to spend about $1.2 billion on Mississippi's Gulf Coast to buy some 2,000 seaside properties, relocate a small town's public buildings and restore hurricane-damaged wetlands and beaches.
Dr. Alfred Adams found this clip on secret shots being give to US Soldiers.
Pentagon auditors concede that is a remote possibility because of discrepancies in records between how much chemical weapons agent was initially stored and how much of it was later destroyed at Utah’s Deseret Chemical Depot and other bases nationwide
Items most needed are new underwear, socks, T-shirts, and shoes. The public can bring donations to the coliseum from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The coliseum is at 1826 W. McDowell Road, in Phoenix.
The Army is investigating a stunning number of suicides in January — a count that could surpass all combat deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan last month. According to figures obtained by The Associated Press, there were 24 suspected suicides in Janua
The Army is investigating an unexplained and stunning spike in suicides in January. The count is likely to surpass the number of combat deaths reported last month by all branches of the armed forces in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere in the fight aga
The Obama administration, reversing the Bush administration's limited interest in nuclear disarmament, is gearing up for early negotiations with Russia on a new treaty that would sharply reduce stockpiles of nuclear warheads.
The U.S. Army has ordered a recall of more than 16,000 sets of body armor after an audit by the inspector general of the Defense Department concluded that they failed tests to meet Army specifications.
The Air Force has made an appeal for a range of new technologies for its planned new arsenal of aerial rayguns. It wants large artificial optically-correct diamonds for use as portholes to shoot electropulse microwave blaster cannons through.
Defense officials say suicide among U.S. soldiers increased again last year and is at a nearly three-decade high. The Army plans to announce figures today, but senior officials told The AP that at least 128 soldiers killed themselves last year.
Super Weapons - Multi-use Full Auto 12 Gauge Shotgun with new rounds. (The defense?... long range rifles from cover... and that's about it)
On 9/10/01 the Bush Administration announced that the Pentagon had "misplaced" up to $2.3 trillion. Then following 9/11, the administration with Congressional approval spent $3 trillion (or more) on the "War on Terror" incluRead Letter