Pentagon Undecided On Fate of ‘Dreamers’ Currently Serving

Less than 900 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival recipients are serving in the military, and the Pentagon has no idea what will happen to them. President Donald Trump officially declared an end Sept. 5 to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival program initiated by the Obama administration to allow illegals to remain and work in ...

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5 Special Forces Mental Exercises to Take On Any Situation

The U.S. Army Special Forces, commonly known as the Green Berets, are masters of warfare, fitness, endurance, and preparation. Like the U.S. Army Rangers, the U.S. Navy SEALS, or the U.S. Marine Corps Special Operation Raiders, the U.S. Army Special Forces are an elite force with a mission that includes everything from attacks against enemy ...

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81 Year Old Air Force Veteran Dies Trying To Stop Shoplifters

Cookie Sowers said a prayer each time she saw her 81-year-old neighbor leave for his job as a sales associate at Sears. Her concern was for his safety in traffic, not that he would be hurt – or killed – doing a job that he loved. “Just a gentle spirit,” Sowers said of Duaine Hamilton, ...

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En Route To Honeymoon, Marine Saves Vietnam Veteran

When a motorcycle accident left a rider severely injured on the side of the highway, Marine Staff Sgt. Dustin Gill sprung into action. On July 31, Gill, a Marine recruiter in Springfield, Massachusetts, and his wife Cynthia were driving along Interstate 26, headed for their honeymoon cruise when the newlyweds hit heavy traffic in Bowman, ...

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Military Researching Limb Regeneration, Like The Terminator Cop

One of the signature wounds of the War on Terror has been the traumatic amputation of limbs. Today, advanced prosthetics help wounded troops recover much of their independence and live their lives more fully than those who’ve lost limbs in the past. And while the science and engineering of prosthetics has markedly advanced, the military ...

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Hurricane Harvey Has Shown the Spirit of America’s Veterans

A few months back, I visited with Bill Rausch, the executive director veterans nonprofit Got Your 6. I asked him about the mission of his organization and he put it very simply, “Veterans like serving. They want to continue to serve. We try to empower them do that.” I understood what he was saying back ...

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Stunning Pictures of the River Special Forces Teams

Our Navy has built “brown water” Special Forces units based on a very special group that served in the Vietnam War. 2 During the war in ’Nam, the Navy’s Riverine Forces was the most highly decorated unit to serve during the Hell that was Vietnam. 3 This unit earned their accolades the hard way… 4 ...

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Army Designs New Cloth For Cold Weather Gear

A revolutionary new cloth that uses nanotechnology to generate heat could end the days when soldiers deployed to Arctic environs are forced to walk around looking like 2-ton Stay Puft marshmallow men. Created at the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center in Natick, Mass., the material uses a coating of silver nanowires ...

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22 of the Funniest Things Drill Instructors Have Ever Said

  Ooo, Burn! "I am going to take a s--- in a box and send it to your parents for sending me theirs!" Source   Future Soldier "One of our warrant officers took my glasses, drew a crosshair on one of the lenses and introduced me as a 'future soldier' to a colonel who was inspecting ...

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From Platoon To Pin-up

  In 2006 Gina Elise began to notice reports of under-funding for military veteran healthcare programs and started brainstorming of ways she could help. She wanted to be able to raise money for the healthcare programs, while also being able to provide some of the older, bedridden veterans a visitor or two. And so, Pin-Ups ...

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