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Op-Ed: Is the U.S. Army racist for naming helicopters after Native tribes?

Washington, D. C. - In the wake of the recent flap over the name of a US sports team, some have questioned the cultural sensitivity of the US Army’s practice of naming its helicopters after Native American tribes, leaders, and terms.
In the Media by Justin King - 5 comments

Military Vet to join Port St. Lucie Police Force Special

The War in Afghanistan began in 2001 after the 9/11 attacks on New York and Washington D.C. Why are we in Afghanistan? “We’re cleaning up someone else’s mess. The enemy is the Taliban.” ~Sergeant Hayley Nine, U.S. Army
Digital Journal Report by Kelly Jadon

U.S. soldiers get comfortable air-conditioned helmets

Battlefields are the hottest and most uncomfortable places to be in, but the US Army has made things easier for its soldiers by designing a new air-conditioned helmet that is light, comfortable, and requires less power.
In the Media by Sonia D'Costa - 2 comments

Military generals say youth too fat and stupid to fight

Military leaders claim that only a quarter of american youth are eligible for the army because of the increasing rate of illiteracy and obesity among the nation's youth.
In the Media by Ryan Hite - 1 comment

U.S. Army Drone crashes by elementary school in Pennsylvania

An unmanned Army drone being operated by the National Guard fell out of the sky and crashed into the ground near a elementary school in Lickdale, Pennsylvania Thursday. No one was hurt in the mishap.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro - 3 comments

Four die in Fort Hood shooting

Killeen - At least four people were killed and several wounded Wednesday at Fort Hood Army base in Texas when a soldier allegedly opened fire near the facility's medical center.
In the Media by Nathan Salant - 2 comments

U.S. Army updates on latest fatal shooting at Fort Hood

Killeen - Following shootings at Fort Hood on Apr. 2, which left four dead, the U.S. Army issued a series of updates on what took place at the Texas army base. It was the second time in less than five years Fort Hood had been the scene of multiple killings.
In the Media by Robert Myles

U.S. to downsize army as cost-cutting measure

War is costly, not only in human lives lost, but to a nation. With the withdrawal of our forces from Iraq and Afghanistan, the U.S. military is under ordered budget cuts, making it an impossibility to retain many of those soldiers.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 7 comments

Urban Outfitters use of the Ranger scroll seen as disrespectful

A vest being sold by Urban Outfitters has caused outrage among American military community for the use of the Ranger scroll (the insignia of the 75th Ranger Regiment).
In the Media by Stan Rezaee - 1 comment

US sends army planners to Jordan amidst worsening Syria situation

The United States is sending Army planners to Jordan as the conflict in Syria gets even worse. However the US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has expressed skepticism regarding any US military intervention into the ongoing conflict in Syria.
In the Media by Paul Iddon

Op-Ed: US military wants commanders reviewed by those they command

Sydney - This is a shakeup in a way no military organization has ever been shaken up. The new move is to get commanders “to be evaluated by their peers and the people they command on qualities including personal character”. Expect some interesting results.
In the Media by Paul Wallis

Soldier rescues cat in Afghanistan: 'He was my saving grace'

U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jesse Knott was serving in Afghanistan when he found an abused kitten. After seeing evidence of the abuse, he took the kitten back to his office to care for him.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 14 comments

Army will seek death penalty for Afghan massacre suspect

The US Army has announced it will seek the death penalty for a soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan villagers in a March massacre.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins

US Army sprayed zinc cadmium sulfide on poor St. Louis residents

Saint Louis - Previously classified documents reveal new details about how and where the US Army sprayed chemical agents over thousands of unwitting residents of St. Louis, Missouri during the 1950s and 60s as part of a series of Cold War experiments.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins - 5 comments

Op-Ed: Always remember Independence Day

Baker City - July 4, 1776 is one of the most important dates in American history. It was a moment defined by celebration, patriotism and the birth of a new nation that would change the world we know today.
In the Media by Scott Ungerecht

Op-Ed: Real heroes donate blood

Baker City - When people choose to donate blood to the American Red Cross, some give a few pints a year, while others have donated 100 pints in their lifetime. Father Julian Cassar of Saint Francis Cathedral in Baker City, Oregon is one of them.
In the Media by Scott Ungerecht

One soldier dead, two injured, in Fort Bragg N.C. shooting

Fort Bragg - In a shooting this afternoon at Fort Bragg, N.C., one Soldier is dead and two are injured. The incident occurred during a unit safety brief.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 3 comments

U.S. Army: Captain Clark, soldier who died on Skype was not shot

The U.S. Army has said that the soldier who died in Afghanistan while chatting with his wife on Skype was not shot. The Army said that in spite of the claim by his wife that the captain was shot, he did not have a bullet wound.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

Study: Detaching from work email lowers stress, increases focus

A new study suggests that cutting back on email time lowers stress on the job. Researchers examined the issue and found that people who are frequently on their email during the course of the day experienced increased heart rates and were less focused.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 6 comments

U.S. military unveils new non-lethal heat ray weapon

The U.S. military has unveiled a new weapon, a non-lethal heat ray weapon that causes a sensation of unbearable heat which appears to the victim to come from nowhere and causes a reflexive urge to flee.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 2 comments

US soldier kills up to 16 Afghan civilians in shooting spree

Kabul - Up to 16 civilians, including nine children and three women, have been killed by a rogue American soldier in Kandahar province, Afghan and Nato sources say.
In the Media by Alessio Fratticcioli - 13 comments

U.S. army warns soldiers of dangers of Facebook geotagging

Fort Benning - The army has told soldiers that posting pictures on Facebook and other social media sites can put deployed troops at risk by revealing their location.
In the Media by Arthur Weinreb - 9 comments

Op-Ed: Ahmadinejad and asteroids — The case for U.S. defense spending

With the unfortunate array of threats facing the United States, its allies, and the planet itself, it is a mistake to believe that the American government will - or even should - reduce its defense investments meaningfully.
In the Media by Michael Krebs - 7 comments

Op-Ed: Reinventing the U.S. military, the khaki side of election 2012

Sydney - The Obama administration has flagged that the US military needs a new business model. Defense Secretary Panetta has a working model which is raising the hackles of an election year Congress bent on self-preservation.
In the Media by Paul Wallis

Soldier's sexual orientation in WikiLeaks case raised at hearing

Washington - The second day of hearings for Pfc. Bradley Manning, with his lawyers attempting to say his gender confusion played a key role in his decision to leak sensitive government materials.
In the Media by Joan Firstenberg - 1 comment

U.S. Army 'thrill-killer' gets life sentence

After a week-long court-martial, a five-member military panel has convicted Staff Sergeant Calvin Gibbs of leading a rogue unit involved in "thrill-kills" of Afghan civilians. Gibbs was jailed for life after being convicted of three murders.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Today is Veterans Day

Today is Veterans Day. It is a day of honor, a chance for Americans to show its gratitude to the men and women who have served in the armed forces.
In the Media by Sadiq Green

US Army ‘kill team’ member pleads guilty: ‘I pulled the trigger’

Tacoma - A rogue unit of the US Army in Afghanistan, called a "kill team," had a third team member plead guilty to murder Thursday, part of a plea deal over shocking revelations the team brutally killed innocent Afghan civilians, collecting fingers as trophies.
In the Media by Lynn Herrmann - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Celebrating Baker County gold mining legacy Special

Baker City - On July 15-17, Baker County, Oregon celebrated its 79th annual Miners Jubilee, which is a celebration of Baker County's gold mining heritage during the late 1800's.
Digital Journal Report by Scott Ungerecht

Op-Ed: 'Cry Me a River' - Timberlake also invited to Marine Corps Ball

Quantico - After Justin Timberlake convinced Mila Kunis to attend November's Marine Corps Ball with Sgt. Scott Moore, it looks like the 30-year-old might be going to a ball after all.
In the Media by Christopher Bates
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File photo: U.S. Army troops in a fierce shootout with insurgents during a raid on an al-Qaida in Ir...
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File photo: U.S. Army troops in a fierce shootout with insurgents during a raid on an al-Qaida in Iraq
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Nov. 11  2008 Soldiers take the oath of enlistment during the 3rd ESCs Operation Sustainer Strong re...
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Nov. 11, 2008 Soldiers take the oath of enlistment during the 3rd ESCs Operation Sustainer Strong reenlistment ceremony and Veterans Day observance. www.Army.mil/
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Clock at Nobiru, Japan train station stopped at the moment tsunami washed debris into the station building and destroyed tracks March 11, 2011.
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U.S. Army soldiers in Iraq
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U.S. Army mortar fire demonstration
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File photo: Amputee Retired Staff Sgt. Bradley K. Gruetzner explains his prosthetic arm to service m...
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File photo: Amputee Retired Staff Sgt. Bradley K. Gruetzner explains his prosthetic arm to service members
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Sergeant Hayley Nine
Sergeant Hayley Nine
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Debris around Nobiru  Japan train station after March 11  2011 tsunami.
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Debris around Nobiru, Japan train station after March 11, 2011 tsunami.
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Golden Knights' landing and gathering their parachutes
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Fort Hood shooting: First responders use a table as a stretcher to transport a wounded US Soldier to...
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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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US Army Sergeant (retired) Brendan Marrocco  lost all four limbs in an EFP attack in Baiji  Iraq in ...
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US Army Sergeant (retired) Brendan Marrocco, lost all four limbs in an EFP attack in Baiji, Iraq in 2009, being helped from the firing range during 'Operation Proper Exit' at Forward Operating Base Shank in Afghanistan's Logar Province, May 28, 2014
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A B-1B Lancer unleashes cluster munitions. The B-1B uses radar and inertial navigation equipment enabling aircrews to globally navigate, update mission profiles and target coordinates in-flight, and precision bomb without the need for ground-based navigation aids.
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Jumpers descend towards the ground
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U.S. soldiers work together to pull up the Nobiru Rail Station sign that was knocked down by the tsu...
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U.S. soldiers work together to pull up the Nobiru Rail Station sign that was knocked down by the tsunami of the Great East Japan Earthquake, April 21. U.S. soldiers are providing manpower to the Japanese in support of Operation Soul Train.
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File photo: Soldiers attend a chemical light vigil held at the North Fort Hood training site Nov. 6 ...
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File photo: Soldiers attend a chemical light vigil held at the North Fort Hood training site Nov. 6, 2009.
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A U.S. Army soldier reacts as he sits inside an armoured vehicle after his comrade  Sgt. Matt Krumwi...
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A U.S. Army soldier reacts as he sits inside an armoured vehicle after his comrade, Sgt. Matt Krumwiede, was wounded by an improvised explosive device (IED) in southern Afghanistan in this June 12, 2012 file photo
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Bomb damaged buildings in Kassel, Germany. Untere Königsstraße Deutsch: Blick vom Königsplatz in die Untere Königsstraße im April 29, 1945.
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Photo of Staff Sergeant James Hunter is on display near the Journalists Memorial at the Newseum in W...
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Photo of Staff Sergeant James Hunter is on display near the Journalists Memorial at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.
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