September 21, 2021

Author: Staff Editor

Young Marine killed in State Fair accident
All, Marines

Young Marine killed in State Fair accident

  Tyler Jarell will forever by 18.  He also will never know what it’s like to serve as a U.S. Marine.   The young man had dreamed of serving for years but that dream was cut short when a carnival ride malfunctioned at the Ohio State Fair.  The spinning and swinging “Fire Ball” broke apart and […]

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Legendary Tomcat fighter Pilot dies in Idaho crash
Air Force, All, News

Legendary Tomcat fighter Pilot dies in Idaho crash

  A legendary F-14 Tomcat pilot has died this weekend in a fiery plan crash at the Lewiston, Idaho airport.  Dale “Snort” Snodgress was flying a small Italian made short take off and landing plane that was built in the 1970s.    The plan crashed shortly after take off around mid day on Saturday, July […]

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Taliban warns of existing soldiers in Afghanistan
Army

Taliban warns of existing soldiers in Afghanistan

A spokesman for the Taliban demands all foreign soldiers leave Afghanistan, or be deemed as “occupiers”.   Some critics of the quick NATO and U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan worry that it could leave a void that extremist factions will fill.     In an interview with the BBC, Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen made comments that give us […]

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New Navy Amphibious Warship
Navy

New Navy Amphibious Warship

  The Navy’s new Light Amphibious Warship (LAW) program envisions procuring a class of 24 to 35 new amphibious ships to support the Marine Corps, particularly in implementing a new Marine Corps operational concept called Expeditionary Advanced Base Operations (EABO).  Click for story

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Transfers to new U.S. Space Force
Space Force

Transfers to new U.S. Space Force

  WASHINGTON — The U.S. Space Force announced June 30 it has selected 50 members of the Army, Navy and Marine Corps to transfer to the space branch, and hundreds more could be chosen in the coming weeks. (full story)

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Medal of Honor Heritage Center
Medal of Honor

Medal of Honor Heritage Center

  The Charles H. Coolidge National Medal of Honor Heritage Center memorializes the history of our nation’s highest military award for valor, from the first medals in 1863 to the present, and educates the next generation of Americans about the six character traits associated with the gallantry of Medal recipients.  (Medal of Honor Center website)

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