News Hypersonic Scramjet's Final Flight: A Bird's-Eye View
United States Air Force Maj. Andrew Murphy couldn't see the hypersonic vehicle's rocket ignite, but he could hear it and feel it.
News US wildfires destroy scores of homes
High temperatures, gusty winds and bone-dry forests have fuelled wildfires in Colorado.Almost 100 homes have been burned and destroyed, and thousands of people have fled to safety.The army has been called in to the US state to prevent looting.
News Zero Rolls Out a Rugged Electric Motorcycle for Special Ops
Electric motorcycles just went from practical to tactical with the Zero MMX, the first all-electric bike developed specifically for the U.S. Special Operation Forces.
News Military told not to read Obama-scandal news !!!
President Obama has said the outrage over the federal governments decision to monitor citizens phone activity is all hype. He might want to share his opinion with the U.S. Air Force, which is ordering members of the service not to look at news st
News Nicaragua Enlists China To Build An Alternative To The Panama Canal
After a century as an only child, the Panama Canal is about to get a sister. Nicaragua announced recently that it is awarding China a contract to build an alternative to the Panama Canal, a move that could have huge implications for everything ....
News Fort Hood Suspect to Represent Himself at Trial
The Army psychiatrist charged in the 2009 Fort Hood shooting rampage will represent himself at his upcoming murder trial, meaning he will question the more than two dozen soldiers he's accused of wounding, a military judge ruled Monday.
News American WWII GIs were dangerous sex-crazed rapists who the French feared as much as the Germans
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Book 'debunks myth that the GI were manly and always behaved well'
News U.S. soldier accused of killing Afghans reaches deal to avoid execution : lawyer
A U.S. soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan civilians in two rampages from his Army post last year has reached a plea deal with prosecutors to avoid the death penalty. Robert Bales, a decorated veteran of four combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan,
News Soldiers Charge Their Electric Vehicles
The Department of Defense plans to spend $20 million to increase the number of electric cars in use at six armed forces installations by up to a total 500 vehicles.
Headlines: Soldiers Charge Their Electric Vehicles -- Ron Paul Video: Voice Of A Veteran -- U.S. soldier accused of killing Afghans reaches deal to avoid execution : lawyer -- American WWII GIs were dangerous sex-crazed rapists who the French feared as much as the Germans -- Fort Hood Suspect to Represent Himself at Trial -- Penny-Sized Vacuum System Could Help Detect Chemical Weapons -- Nicaragua Enlists China To Build An Alternative To The Panama Canal -- Military told not to read Obama-scandal news !!! -- Zero Rolls Out a Rugged Electric Motorcycle for Special Ops -- US wildfires destroy scores of homes -- The Director Of The NSA Wants The Internet Under His Control -- Hypersonic Scramjet's Final Flight: A Bird's-Eye View -- BOOM! Finally, a former and knowledgeable Air Force Pilot speaks up! --