HOLLYWOOD — In the build up to a third world war possibly breaking out on the Korean peninsula, many critics have expressed concerns it will not live up to the hype, sources confirmed today. “
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
LANGLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Va. — Due to manning cuts and years of major airliners paying higher wages for sweet abs, the U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command may begin allowing normal-looking people bec
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.
FORT EUSTIS, Va. — The Army announced that it has revoked the security clearance of Staff Sgt. Brett Arnold of the 93rd Signal Brigade, after a routine review uncovered disturbing details about the
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
AL UDEID AIR BASE, Qatar — With more than 60 years as a bomber, the Air Force’s B-52s are gearing up to begin touring once again, with many dates already planned this summer in Iraq and Syri
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