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Army & Air Force Exchange Service Named a 2018 Military Friendly...

DALLAS – As a sign of its commitment to the military community, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service has been named a 2018...

Retired Army veteran walks across America for veteran suicide awareness

Ernesto Rodriguez is spending the holidays in Dallas. Donning cargo pants, a t-shirt, and a desert scarf hanging loosely around his neck, he makes his way through downtown.

Army Ranger racing team works to help veterans

A group of Army Rangers will be racing in the IRONMAN competition in Louisville to bring awareness to veteran’s issues.

Operation PAVE Makes Dream Career a Reality for Army Veteran Kerry...

It was 2005 when then-active Army Lt. Colonel Kerry Reyna watched as every employee on the tarmac of her Southwest Airlines flight stopped to recognize the flag-draped casket carrying her father.

US Army Declares War on Free Media

- The United States Army, operating from a secret base in Arizona, has declared war on independent media through hacking, blocking communications and sabotaging radio broadcasts.

Is Army Improperly Discharging Wounded, Ill Soldiers For Misconduct?

In May, the Colorado Springs Gazette published an exhaustive account of how wounded and mentally ill soldiers are being kicked out of the Army for minor offenses and misconduct related to their wartime injuries.

Army Teaches Wrong Lesson in Nation's High Schools

This summer the world will pause to commemorate the 68th anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

MHN: Army Loses Combat Records, AF Plane Lost in 1952 Found

The Army has admitted losing – or not keeping – combat records for an untold number of soldiers and National Guardsmen who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Egypt – A Pendulum of Chaos

What is happening in Egypt? Is the overthrow of the country’s Islamist president a symbol of American failure? Will the military’s rise to power, followed by a new, perhaps secular government, help to normalize the situation?

Mass protests against Muslim Brotherhood take to Egypt's streets

Tahrir Square is packed by opponents of Muslim Brotherhood as more demonstrations converge on presidential palace and Alexandria's Sidi Gaber district

Report Details Flaws in Army's Handling of PTSD

An Army report released Friday finds the service still has trouble diagnosing and treating soldiers for post-traumatic stress disorder, despite more than doubling its number of military and civilian behavioral health workers over the past five years.

Report Details Flaws in Army’s Handling of PTSD

An Army report released Friday finds the service still has trouble diagnosing and treating soldiers for post-traumatic stress disorder, despite more than doubling its number of military and civilian behavioral health workers over the past five years.

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – January 08, 2013

DoD Safe Helpline, operated by RAINN on behalf of the Department of Defense, is a secure, anonymous and confidential crisis support service that connects members of the military community to live sexual assault professionals for one-on-one support.

Slaughter in Afghanistan, Duff on Press TV

The U.S. army is telling "lies" about a recent shooting in Afghanistan which left 17 civilians -- mostly children and women -- dead, says Gordon Duff, senior editor of VT.

Army Looks to Ensure Consistent PTSD Diagnosis

The Army is investigating how post-traumatic stress disorder is diagnosed to ensure consistency at all hospitals, the service's surgeon general told Congress yesterday.

Madigan Hospital Psychiatric Team Altered Soldiers’ PTSD Diagnoses

The Army is reviewing the actions of a Madigan Army Medical Center psychiatric team that reversed the diagnoses of more than a dozen soldiers previously found to have post-traumatic stress disorder.

Program Supports Ready Reserve Soldiers, Families

The Army Reserve, the Army Human Resources Command and the Army National Guard have joined to provide Individual Ready Reserve soldiers and their families a way to connect with the military community.

Army Ranger Killed on 14th Combat Deployment

If we are sending our best into combat 14 times, then we are in worse shape than I thought.

Hiroshima to Fukushima, Finishing the Job

I predict a bloody December as many normal peoples’ hopes for a healthy kid are shattered beyond all recognition by a Fukushima Daiichi crop of monster, deformed, crazed or dead kids.

Face of Defense: Soldier Serves His Adopted Country

The thirst for freedom and the hunger for a better way of life led Ali Baharanyi to seek asylum in the United States to escape a tyrannical regime in his native Africa.

Face of Defense: Father, Son Reunite in Iraq

Despite the strains military life can cause for families, being soldiers has proven to be a common denominator that has improved the relationship of a father and son serving in Iraq.

Orchestrated Media Campaign to Mortify Army and ISI

November 2000 elections in USA were gerrymandered by Zionists to get George W Bush elected. 9/11 was masterminded by Jews, Bush and Dick Cheney to achieve strategic and economic objectives by making Afghanistan and later Iraq as bases of operations. 19 fanatical Arab hijackers were allowed to crash two of the four hijacked planes into WTC so as to pass Patriot Act, build up military and invade Afghanistan.

OH LOVELY: Residents Near Fukushima Are Pissing Radioactive Urine

"... Whatever, praying to the goddess Morphine and adult diapers are your destiny now. "“Newsflash: The radioactive crisis near Fukushima isn’t getting any better.

War Resisters Inject Truth into Military Recruitment

The War Resisters League, an 88-year-old national group with more than 25 chapters across the U.S., targets students and, when possible, tables at schools to provide little-known facts about the military

Face of Defense: Soldier Survives Gunshot to Helmet

“There is something I need to tell you” are not the words any mother wants to hear from her son who is deployed to Afghanistan.

U.S. Department of Defense Contract Awards for Jun 07, 2011

Vitol, Inc.*, Houston, Texas, was awarded a fixed-price with economic price adjustment contract with a maximum $114,438,946 for aviation turbine fuel.

Army Chief Discusses Future of Training

Army Chief of Staff Gen. Martin E. Dempsey has put a lot of thought into ways to take the lessons learned during more than nine years of war and apply them to the military’s training and education programs.

Wounded Soldier to Receive Medal of Honor

An Army Ranger who lost his right hand and suffered shrapnel wounds after throwing an armed grenade away from his fellow soldiers will be the second living Medal of Honor recipient from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Veterans Descend on Honolulu to Compete in National Veterans Golden Age...

For 25 years, military Veterans age 55 and older have come to the National Veterans Golden Age Games to compete and demonstrate the warrior spirit never fades.

VA-Army Agreement Helping Transform Health Care for Patients

ASHINGTON – The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Department of the Army are working together to provide cutting-edge simulation-based training for medical staff to enhance the quality of patient care at VA medical facilities across the Nation.

ERIC MAY: 3/22 Radioactive Questions for Barack Obama

HOUSTON, 3/22/11 -- The Iconoclast spent the weekend trying to contact officials from an unprecedented and under-reported military exercise. So far they have ignored our interview request, which we accordingly republish:

ERIC MAY: The New Hiroshima (Part 2, Nasa Nato Nozi Nuke)

HOUSTON, 3/18/11 -- One week after the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster of 3/11/11, the pieces on the global chessboard have become clearer, and it's apparent that the sane world is in check. We witness a shattered Japan, a ruined nuclear power industry ankd highly fortunate Big Oil.

Bean – Bullets – Band Aid – Nothing to good for...

A Solider that went by the name of Bonaparte is quoted as saying: “ An army marches on its stomach!” He knew a bit about soldiering.

Death Sentences and Supervised Chores

The U.S. government is clearly signaling that murdering, raping, mutilating and assaulting are not nearly as serious as allegedly making available to the public, documents that reveal embarrassing and/or criminal actions of senior government officials.


“You may fly over a land forever, you may bomb it, atomize it, pulverize it clean of life-but if you desire to defend it, and keep it for civilization, you must do this on the ground, the way the Roman Legions did, by putting your young men in the mud!” (T.R. Fehrenbach. This kind of War, 1963)

Report Details Agent Orange use at Fort Detrick

Fort Detrick has released a preliminary archive search report on its past Agent Orange use as the Kristen Renee Foundation began to ramp up its efforts to prove that the Army post caused a cancer cluster in Frederick. According to the report, which was posted online Tuesday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers found that Fort Detrick tested an estimated 16.82 pounds of Agent Orange and similar defoliants between 1944 and 1951.

Veterans of the first Gulf War can’t get treatment; Army admits...

Operation Desert Storm, which pushed Iraqi troops out of Kuwait but kept Saddam Hussein in power, took a huge toll on American servicemen and women. 159,705 veterans were injured or became ill, and 10,617 veterans have died of combat related injuries or illnesses since the initiation of the Gulf War during August 1990. Since the second Gulf War began, there have been another 5,884 casualties.

JOE “RAGMAN” TARNOVSKY: Possible Future Draft?

ARE YOU FEELING A DRAFT....? By Joe "Ragman" Tarnovsky STAFF WRITER Today in our country most Americans are detached from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq,...


Blue Buttons and Mushrooms By Bruce Burgess STAFF WRITER   The VA is telling me that I have another new resource available to me.  This new...

Universal Warrior

Universal Warrior “Boy to Man To Automaton” “This isn't any Country This is your Country” Will you be the Boy, the Man or the Automaton or are...


MEDICAL ADVANCES: UNDERSTANDING TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURIES (TBIs) By Texas Vet, First Cavalry  Decades ago, I got blown up—literally outside a tin can sh*t and shower hut...

JOE “RAGMAN” TARNOVSKY: Full Military Honors Funeral vs Congressional Funeral

Full Military Honors Funeral vs Congressional Funeral By Joe "Ragman" Tarnovsky for VT When a veteran dies, one entitlement we are guaranteed because of...