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Via Catherine Herridge: Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl walked away from his base in Afghanistan June 30, 2009, and by December of that same year, the president's principal military adviser, then-Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Admiral Mike Mullen, knew those details, according to three of Bergdahl's platoon mates who spoke to Fox News. "I asked him (Mullen) if ...

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Via USA TODAY: More than half of some 770,000 soldiers are pessimistic about their future in the military and nearly as many are unhappy in their jobs, despite a six-year, $287 million campaign to make troops more optimistic and resilient, findings obtained by USA TODAY show. Twelve months of data through early 2015 show that 403,564 soldiers, ...

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Via INFOWARS: Video footage out of Ontario, California shows armed National Guard troops patrolling residential streets and practicing traffic control. The video, which was shot this past weekend, features Guard troops marching in formation while chanting a military cadence. Troops also take turns to practice blocking traffic. The troops, followed by a humvee, marched close to an elementary ...

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San Diego — Two East County California National Guardsmen were arrested Wednesday, accused of selling a cache of firearms and military equipment for thousands of dollars to an undercover agent posing as a Mexican drug cartel operative. Jaime Casillas, 22, of El Cajon, and Andrew Reyes, 34, of La Mesa, were arrested after search warrants were ...

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FORT HOOD, Texas – Dozens of soldiers and surviving family members of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting are receiving additional Army pay that they felt was long overdue. The announcement from Army Sec. John McHugh on Thursday comes a week after 36 Purple Hearts were awarded to victims and relatives of the deadliest shooting on ...

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Via FREE BEACON: Despite nuclear saber-rattling by Moscow, U.S. nuclear forces are close to reaching warhead, missile, and bomber numerical cuts required under the 2010 New START arms treaty, a senior Pentagon official told Congress on Wednesday. U.S. nuclear warheads counted under the treaty with Russia were reduced from 1,642 to 1,597 between Sept. 1 and March ...

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Via THE BLAZE: A furious bystander was captured on video accusing a man dressed in uniform of “stolen valor” at a bar in Sunrise, Florida, sparking a heated exchange that appeared to have nearly spun out of control. Eric Coins uploaded the video of the confrontation on YouTube on April 10, alleging that the man dressed in ...

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London (AFP) - British fighter jets were scrambled on Wednesday in response to the sighting of two Russian military aircraft near UK airspace, hours after three Russian ships were monitored as they entered the English Channel. "Quick Reaction Alert Typhoon fighter aircraft were launched today after Russian aircraft were identified flying close to UK airspace," said ...

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Via WASHINGTON TIMES: The command in charge of protecting the U.S. homeland has sent a message to troops warning them to hide family information from terror organizations who are trying to frighten them. The memo warns against using “military slang” in public and decorating a home in military items—social conduct that might make them a target ...

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Via FREE BEACON: An issue that could “dramatically affect” the mission of the United States Armed Forces is telling soldiers when it is okay to kiss a girl. The Air Force is the latest branch to employ the services of Mike Domitrz, a speaker and author known for his “May I Kiss You?” training session, to teach ...

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Via ABC NEWS: The FBI is investigating a former top military aide to three U.S. presidents and his firm over allegations it bilked foreign investors out of millions of dollars by touting his White House ties and making promises of quick U.S. Green Cards to raise funds for a giant hotel complex, ABC News has ...

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Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Via DAILY MAIL: He may have missed out on an Oscar but Bradley Cooper was a firm favourite with the MTV crowd on Sunday. The actor picked up the gong for Best Male Performance at the 2015 Movie Awards for his part in American Sniper and dedicated the accolade to the film's ...

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Via WASHINGTON TIMES: The Marine Corps‘ historic experiment to allow women to take part in its Infantry Officer Course ended with zero female graduates. The last two female applicants hoping to make it through the course were cut during the Combat Endurance Test on April 2, along with nine of the 90 male Marines who applied for ...

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Via WaPo: Iraq and Afghanistan veterans prefer George W. Bush to Barack Obama as commander in chief, according to a Washington Post-Kaiser Family Foundation poll. Sixty-five percent of post-9/11 veterans say that Bush was a good commander in chief while just 42 percent say the same of Obama. That lopsided preference comes despite veterans' lukewarm assessments of ...

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Via DALLAS MORNING NEWS: Patrick Zeigler used to lie awake imagining how he might have escaped being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Maybe he would have bumped into an old buddy, or got stuck in traffic, or run an errand. Anything that would have changed the course of Nov. 5, 2009. He’s accepted, if not ...

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Gunnery Sgt. Brian Jacklin, a critical skills operator with 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion, will be awarded the Navy Cross on Thursday for heroic actions during a 2012 deployment to Afghanistan.(Photo: Marine Corps) Via MILITARY TIMES: A MARSOC critical skills operator will receive the Marine Corps' second-highest award for heroism this week for bravery during a 48-hour ...

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Apr 9, 2015 No Comments ›› Chuck Biscuits

Excerpted from The Washington Free Beacon: The Marine Corps Times reports that the final iteration of the experiment concluded when the two female volunteers participating in the current IOC class in Quantico, Virginia, were dropped on April 2 during the grueling Combat Endurance Test, a gateway evaluation that occurs on the first day of the ...

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