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  • It's tradition! Pantagon tracks Santa
    Pentagon tracks Santa again this year commands Rear Adm. John Kirby
    Is it true that the Pentagon tracks Santa? Yes, according to Rear Adm. John Kirby, the Pentagon's press secretary, who was asked this atypical yet probing question during his most recent press conference. The query came from an atypical yet...
  • Obama and Hagel mistrust
    Truth of what retired military leaders think of Obama mistrust is frightening
    A stunning number of retired U.S. military leaders were not surprised when Barack Obama announced that Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel would be stepping down from his Obama cabinet last week. The announcement confirmed their expectations that the...
  • Senior intel officer removed after stating that China is a military threat
    Senior intel officer removed after stating that China is a military threat
    Telling the truth can be a dangerous proposition for government workers and members of the military. On November 10, 2014, Navy Times reported that a senior Navy intelligence official Captain James Fanell, the director of intelligence and...
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    U.S. Army Handbook still allows the word 'Negro' to describe African-Americans
    As if the Army has never heard of racial sensitivity and political correctness this far into the twenty-first century, it still allows the word "Negro" as one of the choices for African-Americans to "self describe" as part of...
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    Marines in the Pentagon
    A chaplain, who happened to be assigned to the Pentagon, told of an incident that happened right after Flight 77 hit the Pentagon on 9/11.A daycare facility inside the Pentagon had many children, including infants who were in heavy cribs. The...
  • ISIS and WMD Facility in Iraq
    Pentagon kept Iraqi weapons of mass destruction secret, claims N.Y. Times
    Americansoldiers fighting in Iraq after toppling the regime of dictator Saddam Hussein encounteredchemical weapons multiple times in the years following the 2003 invasion, and officials at the Pentagon kept their discoveries secret from...
  • Chemical Weapons in Iraq
    Pentagon hid truth about chemical weapons finds in Iraq
    New York Times released a story discovering that American troops were exposed to chemical weapons in the years following the invasion of Iraq. Pentagon officials kept their discoveries of the weapons secret from fellow soldiers, doctors and...
  • ISIL Compound Strike
    Pentagon: ISIS still a "potent force" after 310 airstrikes
    A Pentagon spokesman said Tuesday that despite more than 300 airstrikes against Islamic State terror targets, "ISIL still remains a potent force".He also admitted that the long-term effect of the airstrikes will be minimal, at best."...
  • National Journal reports Chuck Hagel
    Too much information: U.S. ready to strike ISIS in Syria
    Would someone at the Pentagon or the White House explain why it is necessary to broadcast our every military move against our enemies? Where is the wisdom in that?Telling the enemy that you are ready to strike them is like sending them an email to...
  • Syrian rebels
    Pentagon prematurely chatty about Syria
    Kristina Wong from The Hill reports the Pentagon’s three objectives for Syria:To hold and defend liberated territories from the Islamic StateGo on the offensive against both the Islamic State forces and government of Bashar al AssadPerform...
  • MRAP to serve 'downtown'
    MRAPS to protect citizens at dangerous intersections
    Washington: Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected vehicles (MRAPS) to aid pedestrians crossing dangerous intersections.Pentagon officials want their stigmatized ‘1033 Program’ which distributes excess military equipment to police departments...
  • Cut off oil revenues and the ISIS threat is destroyed
    Cut off oil revenues and the ISIS threat is destroyed
    The Pentagon is making a major tactical error if they rely solely on “surgical” airstrikes to stop the ISIS Army. That is the opinion of Bernard Kerik, former U.S. interim minister to Iraq. Kerik posted a blog with The Huffington Post...
  • F-35
    F-35: Most costly military weapons project in history
    A new analysis of the F-35 fighter jet shows it’s not only the most expensive warplane ever. Once the engines are added, it’s also the most expensive weapons program in history.Defense analyst Winslow Wheeler broke down the costs of...
  • Hillary Clinton and Benghazi
    Benghazi attacker nailed by feds but timing of arrest questionable
    One of the primarysuspected terrorist perpetrators responsible forSept. 11, 2012 Benghazi, Libya, attack on a U.S. diplomatic missionthatleft four Americans deadwasnabbedby U.S.military and law enforcement. The suspected terrorist is currently on...
  • Maj. Gen. Kenneth Dahl, U.S. Army
    Pentagon names chief investigator to probe Bergdahl's alleged desertion
    The United States Army announced on Monday that it has begun to investigate former POW Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's desertion from a military base in Afghanistan and his subsequent capture by Islamists, according to the Department of Defense. Maj...