Among those charged were Rear Adm. Bruce Loveless, a senior Navy intelligence officer based at the Pentagon, as well as several Navy captains and a retired colonel from the Marine Corps. The charges cover a period of eight years, from 2006 through 2014.
The British have voted to leave the EU and predictably the reaction from many in European politics is to immediately call for their own national independence from the European superstate. Britain leaving may well lead to a domino effect as many other European nations have substantial independence movements and would love to leave the EU […]
Watching this, I can’t help but recall that the Royal Navy scrapped all it’s Harriers several years ago and the replacement F-35 variant is still not ready and billions over budget.
Yes, we already knew that the militia thugs who have seized the Malheur Wildlife Refuge are a bunch of wannabe tough guys who think they have valid reasons for being such monumental asshats
A search and rescue operation involving two Mi-8 helicopters was conducted on Tuesday to evacuate pilots who had ejected themselves from the downed Russian Su-24 bomber in Syria, chief of the main operations department of the Russian General Staff Sergey Rudskoy told journalists on Tuesday.
Marine Le Pen has accused Germany of looking to lower wages and hire “slaves” by opening its doors to thousands of migrants and refugees, British media reported on Sunday.
San Antonia Marine veteran exposed to toxic chemicals at MCAS El Toro died from multiple medical conditions linked to Agent Orange exposure.
An El Toro Marine with prostate cancer was left on his own to drive home after telling a cancer center treatment doctor of severe abdominal pains.
– Treat the Nuke Boys like the Mad Dogs They Are
There are no causality records of the dead and injured at Camp Lejeune. The Navy and Marine Corps strongly disagree that there’s any scientific evidence to support that the organic solvents and benzene in Lejeune’s wells caused injuries and deaths.
Unarmed “Perfect Marine,” Nursing Student Gunned Down by Rogue, Racist Cops from Right Wing Community.
As a religious program specialist, Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class James Vanzella protects chaplains and helps them with their daily duties and coordinates religious services.
The parents of a Marine Corps sergeant killed in Afghanistan accepted a posthumous National Intelligence Medal for Valor on their son’s behalf at the National Intelligence Directorate headquarters here today.
Amid his days spent fishing, hunting and ranching horses in his small hometown of Flintstone, Md., Travis Alder dreamed of flying.
Documentary film of Camp Lejeune’s contaminted water wells as seen through the eyes of a Marine veteran airs in Washington film festival.
Lance Cpl. Andrew J. Armstrong’s fellow Marines call him “Rock,” and the name fits him well. The Corinth, N.Y., native has survived two roadside bomb blasts. He is still in the fight and shows no signs of stopping.
A young James C. Ragain found himself face to face with tragedy in his seventh-grade year. His father, a Navy dentist, had moved his family to Parris Island, S.C., where his first contact with military chaplains would forever change his life.
Abe Mashal, a 31-year-old dog trainer from St. Charles, says FBI agents told him he ended up on the government’s no-fly list because he exchanged e-mails with a Muslim cleric they were monitoring.
im Hopkins was a Marine. He was born on the Marine Corps Birthday, November 10th. He was a Vietnam Veteran, who was suffering from exposure to the dioxin used to kill the foliage in Vietnam.
(Salem, OR) – I don’t know if you believe in angels. I’ve never met one but when I’ve been in a tight spot and asked for help from my guardian angel, he always came through. Does this prove that angels exist? No. But, if you need proof, you wouldn’t believe this story no matter what I said.
Rightwing, sectarian Christians are embedded at the DVA, the Pentagon, all branches of the U.S. military, and the military academies. They want Christian armed forces. And they have plenty of friends in the media—Fox and the usual suspects—to echo their call for war, but work against increased veterans’ benefits. via mal One of their media organs is the Colorado […]
Updated: The Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) and its allies waged a new line of attacks towards Lt. Gen. Michael Gould, the Superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy (USAFA), demanding the self-proclaimed “Lord’s Army” soldier, Clebe McClary, not be allowed to proselytize Academy personnel at the USAFA prayer breakfast scheduled for February 10, 2011. Specifically, MRFF, Veterans Today and […]
memorial service for Gulf War 90-91 Marine this saturday
The police are not sure if is this veteran shot himself or not but all seem to agree PTSD was behind it all. Whether or not we as country care about PTSD and Diego Gonzales is another question. Man dead after shootout on I-2527-year-old veteran suffering PTSD may have fired fatal bullet himself Geoff Grammer […]
– Friends recall life of former Marine killed at Togus – By Nick Sambides Jr. BDN Staff An ailing Grindstone man and former U.S. Marine fatally shot by law enforcement officers near a veterans hospital Thursday was remembered by friends Friday as a generous, considerate man who struggled heroically to overcome a rare form of cancer […]
– Suffered from cancer, By Meg Haskell and Nick Sambides Jr. AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine law enforcement officers killed an armed former U.S. Marine from Grindstone on Thursday near the Veterans Affairs Medical Center at Togus. The shooting occurred just hours, neighbors said, after he posted a sign implying that doctors were killing him by […]
Looks like out own Gordon Duff is gaining notoriety for his coverage of Israeli violations of international law and human rights.
Book Review: Road of 10,000 Pains, the Destruction of the 2nd NVA Div. by the U.S Marines, 1967 by Otto J. Lehrack
When the proud men of the historically significant 1st Division Marines (F/2/1) under Captain Gene Deegan left Vietnam’s Nui Loc Son in April 1967 and moved into the Que Son Valley, they were locked and loaded. They were young – mostly in their teens – and they were walking into a nightmare. The massive 1968 Tet Offensive would shrink the significant 1967 battles into the background until September 1999, when a veteran Marine just happened to be passing through the Que Son Valley on his way to somewhere else and noticed something unusual.