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Sen. Joni Ernst on Protecting American Freedoms
In her RNC speech, the Iowa Senator talks finding success and fulfillment through hard work and resilience.
Jihadists' Computers '80 Percent' Full of Porn, Ex-Official Says
Computers belonging to Islamic extremists and recovered by coalition troops are often chock full of pornography, according to a former top American intelligence official. In his new book, former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn (Ret.) writes that extremists in al Qaeda
Probe Shows Different Medal Count for 'American Sniper'
The number of medals slain Navy Seal and "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle received has been corrected following a military investigation
Explaining the Broader Role Approved by President Obama for the US Military in Afghanistan
President Obama has approved broader authorities for the U.S. military in Afghanistan that will, on occasion, allow American forces to accompany conventional Afghan troops and possibly allow airstrikes in support of Afghan troops to help them seize a battlefield advantage, U.S. military officials
Observers Fear 'Dirty Brigade' Atrocities After ISIS Fight in Fallujah
As the Iraqi military digs in against ISIS in the battle for Fallujah, American human rights and Iraqi activists are voicing alarm about the potential for more sectarian atrocities from some Iraqi forces and their militia allies in the event of victory – a possible continuation of captives being
How One Man Helped Keep So Many Vietnam Servicemen Alive
Nguyen Hoang Minh's intelligence in the Vietnam War helped keep countless servicemen and Navy SEALS alive.
After ISIS: Inside the Iraqi City Left in Ruins
It was one of the biggest cities in Iraq -- the capital of Anbar Province and a strategic hub for travelers going west to Syria and Jordan. Once a bustling city along the banks of the Euphrates with a booming population of nearly 850,000, Ramadi is now a ghost town, destroyed by the ISIS takeover
Navy Reviews What Procedures Might Need to Be Improved After Three Deaths of SEAL Trainees
The Navy is reviewing procedures for keeping track of trainees who do not make it through the grueling course to become SEALs in the wake of three deaths involving sailors who participated in the last four training classes, military officials said. Two of the deaths involved trainees who had
T he word "disabled" is seldom heard at the Invictus Games. Not out of courtesy. Not out of correctness. Absolutely not out of pity. Out of spite. Forgive the competitors at this elite international competition if the word is no longer in their vocabulary. They have routinely accomplished things