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Hiroshima on the 75th Anniversary. How Many Survivors are left?
Divided Armies offers important lessons about warfare, which has occurred over the past two hundred years and relates that to wars that will yet be fought
The West Point Mafia, all from the "bad apple" Class of 1986 that RDS talks about so much, is on the move again, this time it isn't Iran they are planning to nuke, but all of us.
These drawings apply to the limited torture on Guantanamo, done by CIA and US Marines.
Jim W. Dean - Many Americans feel we have an attorney general who feels that since he is a political appointee, looking out for the Trump team that appointed him is his first duty.
The L85A1 (part of the SA80 small arms family) was adopted by the British military in 1985 as a new generation of small arms to replace the L1A1 FAL (one quick note, where "A1" indicates a revision in American designations, it is simply the first iteration in British ones - there was no "L85").
More US service members diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries following Iran strike
Robert Steele provides a seven-point analysis of the recent US assassination of a major Iranian leader, and a road map toward peace without escalation toward WWIII.
Precious few today have ever heard of America's Moro War, fought from 1899 to 1913, but it was, until Afghanistan, one of America's longest sustained military campaigns.
Host Dan Yaseen speaks with David Swanson
Once in a while a media personality comes up with words that are beyond poetry, so epic, so loaded with cultural richness and the...
Winning Westeros makes understanding military history and strategy accessible and fun. These incisive and creative essays help readers think clearly about diplomacy, conflict, warfare, and the range of complex competitions that influence our security and prosperity today.
His Call Could Trigger the Firing of Bolton, Pompeo, and Perhaps Abrams
Iran's President Should "Make the Call" Here's How...
Bruce Gagon and Dan Yassen discus war in Space