Gruesome tales part II by Marty Carlson 9-14-2016 Again today due to the gruesome nature of the testimony I will not be put up pictures to make light of what this testimony is concerning. As most you probably know this morning session was a total failure and actually never occurredContinue Reading

Three weeks, nothing but packaged, ready-to-eat meals.  It’s not a far-flung mission, nor is it a lost wager — it’s how Army researchers hope to discover how new knowledge of the digestive process could improve future Meals, Ready-to-Eat (MREs.) The work could even help protect soldiers from sickness while deployed. Here’s what you needContinue Reading

The Pentagon conceded Wednesday that U.S. troops are in combat in Iraq after days of dancing around the characterization following the first death of U.S. service member in the campaign against ISIS. “We’re in combat,” Army Col. Steve Warren, a Pentagon spokesman, told reporters Wednesday. “I mean, of course, thisContinue Reading

Army retires green service uniform after 61 years The green service uniform has finally been laid to rest after 61 years of approved wear. As of Oct. 1, the “Green Class As” are no longer permitted for wear. From 1902 through World War II soldiers wore an olive and/or khaki/tan combination of some sort. ButContinue Reading

Russian President Vladimir Putin made a bold move Wednesday to take over from the United States as the dominant power in the Middle East by launching airstrikes in the Syrian civil war. And he leader literally told the United States to get of his way as the Russian bombing missions began. According to USAContinue Reading

“Green Beret discharged for beating alleged child rapist speaks out,” by Jake Tapper and Kim Berryman, CNN, September 28, 2015: (CNN)Sergeant 1st Class Charles Martland, the Green Beret being separated involuntarily from the U.S. Army for kicking and body slamming an Afghan police commander he describes as a “brutal child rapist,”Continue Reading

In his last phone call home, Lance Cpl. Gregory Buckley Jr. told his father what was troubling him: From his bunk in southern Afghanistan, he could hear Afghan police officers sexually abusing boys they had brought to the base. “At night we can hear them screaming, but we’re not allowedContinue Reading