WASHINGTON — An independent study of military performance reports show service members save the DoD upwards of $900 trillion each year. The savings are equivalent to the GDP of the entire European U
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah — Half of the 86th Intelligence Squadron overheard their commander cry out the name of the unit’s first sergeant during climax with his wife, sources confirmed today.
PORT HUENEME, Cailf — In a time of budget cuts, increased shift-hours, and minimum manning, the Airmen of a California Air National Guard unit are finding an unlikely hero in a small green button.
CHARLOTTE, N.C.— A soldier in the bathroom of the USO Lounge at Charlotte/Douglas International Airport was reportedly screaming, “What have I done?” over and over again for several hour
NORFOLK, Va. — Critics of Rear Adm. Richard Petit suggest the admiral “might be compensating for something,” after the officer has waged an extraordinary campaign for the Navy to commi
WASHINGTON — Navy Lt. Roger Johnson prefers to masturbate with his class ring, the 2011 graduate of the US Naval Academy recently admitted to friends. And Johnson is not alone. A recent poll of mili
PENTAGON — Defense Department Officials announced in a press conference on Wednesday, that starting next month, grooming standards will be relaxed to give balding military members “one last go at
NEWARK, N.J. — An Air Force cadet has logged over 500 hours in his flight suit in the last six months, shattering a record held since 1986. Cadet Col. Mike Finnes, 22, of the 490th Air Force Reser