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Veteran employment bill passes Senate

By Daily Press WASHINGTON — Rep. Paul Cook, R-Apple Valley, announced Monday that the U.S. Senate has passed his bill, HR 244, the Hire Vets Act of 2017. The bill already passed the House of Representatives in February. Cook had reintroduced this bipartisan bill earlier this year. It was introduced last Congress and passed the […]

Military digging up remains from WWII cemetery

By Audrey Mcavoy, Associated Press HONOLULU — Military and Veterans Affairs officials are digging up the remains of 94 unidentified Marines and sailors killed on a remote atoll in the Pacific during one of World War II’s bloodiest battles. The servicemen were killed in the Battle of Tarawa in 1943 and buried as unknowns at […]

Military Chaplain say Army diversity training is an ‘assault’ on beliefs

By Alex Horton, Stars and Stripes SAN ANTONIO — A military religious freedom group blasted an Army directive mandating diversity training, saying it targets biblical beliefs about sexual orientation, the group said Tuesday. The Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty, which advocates for freedom of religious expression in uniform, sent a letter dated Feb. 24 to […]

New Russian hypersonic missile could render U.S. ship defenses obsolete

By Deutsche Welle Reports suggest Russia is preparing to test a hypersonic missile that would be almost impossible to intercept. The Zircon rocket will be capable of traveling up to six-times the speed of sound. Russia’s planned 7,400 kilometer per hour (4,600 mile per hour) hypersonic missile is such a “quantum leap in technology,” it could potentially render […]

A great military requires greater spending than Trump has proposed

By Dave Melcher, The Hill In his first address to Congress on February 28, President Trump promised to send “a budget that rebuilds the military, eliminates the Defense [Department budget] sequester, and calls for one of the largest increases in national defense spending in American history.” Later, in Newport News aboard the Navy’s newest supercarrier, […]

U.S. preparing for decapitating attack against Russia

By Alex Gorka, Strategic Culture The US preemptive nuclear strike capability has significantly grown. The strategic nuclear forces modernization program has implemented new revolutionary technologies to vastly increase the targeting capability of the US submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) arsenal. The Bulletin of American Scientists reports that as a result of improvements in the killing power of US SLBMs, they carry […]

Pushed by Russia, U.S. European Command moving back to warfighting focus

By John Grady, USNI News Since Russia seized Crimea and began using proxies to destabilize the Ukrainian government in 2014 and menace its neighbors with actions short of war, the senior American officer in Europe told the House Armed Services Committee. “We’ve returned to our historic role as a warfighting command,” Army Gen. Curtis Scaparotti […]

Effects of Agent Orange still felt today

What Is Agent Orange? Military Pesticide-Birth Defects Link In Vietnam War Veterans’ Children Ignored By VA, Investigation Finds BY JULIANA ROSE PIGNATARO, International Business Times An estimated 11.4 million gallons of the chemical pesticide known as Agent Orange were sprayed over millions of acres of Vietnam forests from 1962 to 1970. The United States Department […]

Trump signs bill honoring Vietnam veteran

By Bruce Wright, International Business Times President Donald Trump signed into law the “Vietnam War Veterans Recognition Act of 2017” on Tuesday, just in time for the annual National Vietnam Veterans Day observance, which was set to be celebrated Wednesday. The law, previously known as S. 305, “encourages the display of the U.S. flag on […]

Lithuania prepares for war with Russia

BY THE NEW REPUBLIC STAFF Donald Trump may admire Vladimir Putin, but Russia’s neighbors are readying for war. Over the past few years, the government of Lithuania has ramped up defense spending, begged NATO for troops, proposed building a fence along its border, and distributed detailed manuals briefing its three million citizens on what to […]