Soldiers could be Prosecuted for War Crimes

The International Criminal Court is currently looking at different American soldiers in an investigation about alleged war crimes that occurred in Afghanistan. While this investigation is ongoing, legal experts believe that it is unlikely that these soldiers will be charged and actually sent to face justice. This court is being held in Hague, Netherlands and

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U.S and Philippines Military Relations

While up to date there has been no change between the relationship between the U.S and the Philippines there is always room for the unexpected. Especially after the Philippines President has made certain claims. President Rodrigo Duterte said that they have been interested in allying themselves more with Russia and China. The commander of the

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What does Trump mean for Military Spending

During his campaign, Trump made it clear that he was looking to expand the military. He believes that the Obama administration did no justice to the military and only weakened it. Instead Trump’s plan of action seems to be to increase military spending. He is hoping that this will help to fight against terrorism. The

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Battle of Midway Memorial

The Battle of Midway took place half way between the United States and Asia in World War II. It was a major battle that in history would go down as one of the turning points in World War II’s Pacific theater. Thousands lost their lives here and to commemorate this loss of life a sanctuary

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Future of Air Warfare: F-35 Jets

After an extensive amount of time and money have gone into the project, two F-35 squadrons are finally considered operational. These planes are currently at the Marines’ air station in Yuma, Arizona but won’t remain there for long. The F-35 jets are part of what is known as the “acquisition malpractice” project by Pentagon. They

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Getting Oversea Voters’ Voices Heard

Voters that are hoping to cast their vote from overseas are being warned this year. Over 30 states offer people who are overseas a way of voting for the next Commander in Chief, but the government is warning that these systems can easily be hacked. Accusations of mass voter fraud, Russian involvement, and hacking could

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Military Changing the way they Recruit

Recently the military has decided that it needs to perform some updates on the way that it reaches out to people. It is hoping to expand where the military frequently visits when they are looking to recruit new servicemen. This is the last step in the “Force of the Future” initiative that Defense Secretary Ash

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Gender Integration: Women in the Military

Ten women made history this month, as they were the first to graduate from an Infantry Officer Basic Leader course. 12 women started this journey at Fort Benning in Georgia. After a 17 weeklong course, ten were able to graduate next to 156 male classmates. The next stop for those that graduated is to attend

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Marine Corps including Nutrition and Fitness

The Marine Corps are known for their sleek, lean physiques. These are typically acquired through rigorous training and work outs that seem impossible to the average person. While these methods have proven to be successful over the years, the Marine Corps are starting to make a shift towards incorporating nutrition and fitness into its training. A

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Brave War Horse from Korean War was Honored

A very special war horse was remembered on Wednesday, October 26th. The new bronze statue of Staff Sargent Reckless was unveiled in Camp Pendleton in California to commemorate the brave horse. During her time in the military, Staff Sgt. Reckless experienced a lot. She was originally bought in Seoul for $250 and proved herself to

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Patriot Act Turned 15

Yesterday marked a turning point on the way that surveillance technologies were used. 15 years ago on October 27th, George W Bush signed the Patriot Act into legislation. It came as quick and highly demanded response to the attacks that took place on the World Trade Center and on the Pentagon on September 11th, 2001.

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