“I’m suggesting Mr. President, there’s a military plot to take over the Government of these United States, next Sunday…”—Col. Martin ‘Jiggs’ Casey, Seven Days in May (1964)
Army: Around Half of Commanders Defected to Russia
A new drone, armed with a taser, is gaining a lot of interest from military and law enforcement agencies.
Last Naval Base Surrenders to Pro-Russia Protesters
Russian Generals Courting Soldiers in Crimea Visits
One of the fundamental disagreements between supporters and detractors of Edward Snowden comes down to a simple question:
Back in 2013 it was Syria where the world was gearing for imminent military action after a relentless series of false flag provocations by the United States (intent on securing a Qatar gas pipeline to Europe) which in the last minute was deftly diffu
Lockheed-Martin (LM) has a problem. Its Atlas V orbital launch system, while very popular with the US military, at around US$225M per launch is too expensive to compete effectively for commercial missions, whose launch costs are generally about half
Almost a year ago, the U.S. Navy announced it would have laser cannons on its ships in 2014. Well, it’s nice to see something happening on schedule. Testing proved successful, and the Navy will send the USS Ponce into the ocean this summer. It’ll be
Supporting the Troops Video - Josie The Outlaw
Lt. Col. Daniel Davis reflects on the state of the Army as Afghanistan winds down.
U.S. Officials Wary of Inflaming Russia, Agree Only to MREs
So now we (or at least the 0.03% of us who care to hunt for it) discover that U.S. military spending is not actually being cut at all, but increasing. Also going up: U.S. nuclear weapons spending. Some of the new nukes will violatetreaties, but the
Missing flight MH370 made a u-turn near near where it was last logged by air traffic controllers and was then tracked for an hour by military radar, a Malaysian air force general has revealed.
During the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars, the U.S. Army built 28,000 MRAPs (Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected Trucks).
The United States plans to expand military cooperation with Poland and Baltic states to show "support" for its allies after Russia's intervention in Ukraine, Pentagon chief Chuck Hagel said Wednesday.
The study raises questions about the military's screening of recruits. Another study looks at rising suicide rates among soldiers.
At a time of escalated tensions with the West over Ukraine, Russia says it is negotiating with eight governments around the world for access to military facilities, to enable it to extend its long-range naval and strategic bomber capabilities.
The new government of Ukraine, installed after a violent coup last week and headed up by former central banker Arseniy Yatsenyuk, is calling on the United States and Britain to intervene militarily after unidentified armed men seized government build
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel plans to shrink the United States Army to its smallest force since before the World War II buildup and eliminate an entire class of Air Force attack jets in a new spending proposal that officials describe as the first P
Dave Hodges from TheCommonSenseShow.com joins me to discuss the very real possibility of a US military coup, and the signs which Dave says point to it.
Great battles are won with artillery" – Napoleon Bonaparte. In the 21st century, he’d probably change that to information.
Annie Jacobsen’s new book is called Operation Paperclip: The Secret Intelligence Program That Brought Nazi Scientists to America.
The threat of a breakdown of our national power infrastructure has been a growing concern for the last decade.
How do you manage a sky full of humans and robots? A new DARPA initiative aims to find out.
American sheeple stick heads in the sand, pretend to be ostriches
New top-secret documents show the FBI is targeting Wikileaks, as well as other activist groups. The program was revealed through papers obtained by whistleblower Edward Snowden. They reveal the FBI created a broad campaign that included foreign agenc
Call me human. It turns out that I’m no better at predicting the future than the rest of humanity.
A former soldier convicted in 2009 of raping and killing a teenage Iraqi girl and using a shotgun to gun down her family died in an Arizona prison over the weekend in what officials suspect was a suicide.
An 84-year-old nun was sentenced to nearly 3 years in prison for breaking into a nuclear weapons complex and defacing a bunker holding bomb-grade uranium, a demonstration that exposed serious security flaws at the Tennessee plant.