Category: News

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The US Army’s new camouflage will hide soldiers and tanks in plain sight — wherever they are

US Army sniper in Iraq. AP Photo/Saurabh Das The US Army is moving forward on next-generation concealment technology to ensure that American soldiers can hide in plain sight.

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The James Bond tool you need – Sparrow Locks

Are you a spy?  Do you want to be a spy?  Either way, you really need to see what this article is all about.  Like the Scout’s motto – Be prepared!  Yes for every situation -Read below. I looked up at the moon, that was in a clear dark night sky.  It was so bright that

Streamlight – Do you own one?

Streamlight! Is the name you need to remember?  Streamlight flashlight is the flashlight I got when I became a Sheriff’s Deputy. Streamlight flashlight is what I got from the Military when I left for deployment serving in Operation Enduring Freedom!  So what does this all mean?  Well Streamlight makes one of the

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MARSOC

Last year, operators with Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command got their own name: Raiders. Now, just like the Navy’s elite SEALs, they’ll have their own insignia. Effective immediately, MARSOC critical skills operators and

Monday News – US Navy Railgun video

U.S. Navy environmental impact documents and government testing officials indicate that the navy’s electromagnetic railgun prototype is progressing toward eventual at-sea

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“RRRRRRR” The AR gun build part 1 – Offhand gear

Hey, all you gun fanatics out there!  Are you wanting to build an AR?  Something different than the “norm.”  Well, then you need to check this article out in this spectacular Two-part series. After so many years of shooting the classic M4 in the Military and buying the AR in

Monday News – British SAS Operator In Nairobi video

I know this was a while ago (Jan 2019), but I wanted to put it out anyway!  Great job!

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Medal of Honor Alonzo H. Cushing

Alonzo H. Cushing

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First enlisted Airman to receive Medal of Honor

TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, Okla. — Picture the scene: a group of 30 young men in the small town of Caro, Mich., getting their picture taken on the courthouse steps before leaving to serve their country. As they line up, the sheriff calls across the steps to say he had one more for the picture: Maynard Harrison Smith in handcuffs, fresh from his trial.

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Meet Sgt. William Carney: The First African American Medal of Honor Recipient

Of the 3,498 service members who have received the Medal of Honor throughout U.S. history, only 88 have

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The only rescinded Medal of Honor

The military rescinded the only Medal of Honor awarded to a woman During Women’s History Month, it’s important that we remember the women who have paved the way for others and accomplished great feats in times where women were considered less-than-equal. It might be shocking to hear, but the Medal of Honor has only been awarded to one woman out of 3,517 recipients. That’s … Read More The only rescinded Medal of Honor

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Meet the first Medal of Honor recipient: Army Pvt. Jacob Parrott

ARMY PVT. JACOB PARROTT Parrott was born on July 17, 1843, in Fairfield County, Ohio. He enlisted in the Army as part of Company K, 33rd Ohio Voluntary Infantry, during the Civil War.