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White House intruder decorated war veteran 'crying out for help'

Washington D.c. - The Texas man arrested for scaling the fence surrounding the White House Friday evening has been identified as a decorated Iraqi War veteran.

U.S. Army purchasing $15,000 worth of 4,000 empty oyster shells

Wanchese - A U.S. military request has many shaking their heads: bushels of empty oyster shells, which the U.S. Army is willing to pay $15,000 for, according to media reports.

VX nerve agent scare prompts emergency lockdown at U.S. Army base

Salt Lake City - A missing vial containing deadly VX at a Army base in Utah triggered a lockdown at the facility until officials gave the all-clear upon finding the vial hours later.

U.S. General expects more troops will be needed in northern Iraq

Commander of United States forces in northern Iraq, Anthony Cucolo, said this week that he expects at least 21,000 troops will be deployed to several northern provinces in Iraq.

Iran Chief: US using Iran as an excuse to boost military budget

Iran’s Chief of Joint Armed Forces Major General Hassan Firouzabadi said on Friday that the United States government is using Iran as an excuse to increase the country's military budget.

Pentagon opposes timetable to withdraw troops from Afghanistan

On Sunday, the Pentagon exclaimed that they oppose any type of timeline to withdraw United States troops from Afghanistan.

Jeffrey Mellinger, America's Last Draftee Calls Himself A 'Relic'

Of all of the current active United States servicemen and servicewomen, there is only one person still on active duty who is a draftee. He is considered America’s Last Draftee.

Op-Ed: The United States Army - Army Strong, For 233 Years

They began as a ragged bunch of farmers and businessmen who believed in an idea; a free Continental Colonial America free from English rule. Today, the United States Army celebrates it's 233rd birthday.

the United States has deployed stealth fighters in Japan

"Residents here live with multiple fears and worries," Tanaka said. "Our patience has already reached a limit. We cannot tolerate more than that." a statement from a town in Japan where U.S will be stationed.

Update: Was it an Honorable discharge after Playboy pictorial?

The Air Force confirms demotion, her removal from active duty, but status remains unclear for Michelle Manhart. What do you think? I think she sure looks beautiful.
 

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Fort Hood shooting: First responders use a table as a stretcher to transport a wounded US Soldier to...
Fort Hood shooting: First responders use a table as a stretcher to transport a wounded US Soldier to an awaiting ambulance at Fort Hood, Texas - Nov. 5, 2009. The shootings were perpetrated by Nidal Malik Hasan, a career serviceman with the U.S. Army who held the rank of major. The attack claimed the lives of 13 servicemen and women. Hasan has been linked to Anwar al-Awlaki, a high-ranking al-Qaida militant.
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United States Army Special Operations troops during training.
United States Army Special Operations troops during training.
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An FBI HRT operator and his K-9 partner conduct tactical training at the FBI s Hogan s Alley simulat...
An FBI HRT operator and his K-9 partner conduct tactical training at the FBI's Hogan's Alley simulation center in Quantico, Virginia. The training is part of a week-long program which taught U.S. Army Officers about crisis response and the roles of HRT and the FBI's Crisis Negotiations Unit. Both HRT and the Crisis Negotiations Unit are under the command of the FBI's Critical Incident Response Group (CIRG).
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United States Army soldiers in training.
United States Army soldiers in training.
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An airman with the 506th Expeditionary Civil Engineer test fires a .50-caliber M-82 Barrett Sniper R...
An airman with the 506th Expeditionary Civil Engineer test fires a .50-caliber M-82 Barrett Sniper Rifle at Forward Operating Base McHenry, Kirkuk, Iraq, March 26, 2005. The 506th uses the rifle for long-range detonation of improvised explosive devices.
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In this image pallets of 155 mm artillery shells containing mustard gas (military designation HD or ...
In this image pallets of 155 mm artillery shells containing mustard gas (military designation HD or H) sit at Pueblo chemical weapons storage facility in Pueblo County, Colorado, USA
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