DC Comic’s Frank Miller reinvents Clark Kent as Man of SEAL
Superman’s alter ego, who usually trips over his own feet and stutters in front of Lois Lane, is headed to BUD/S training - and this time he’s a lady’s man. That’s right; Seal Beach is about to have a new recruit on Coronado Island. And he’s an E-1, no less.
Pompeo tries rallying foreign leaders in alleged oil attacks
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is reaching out to wary foreign leaders to frame alleged Iranian attacks in a Middle East oil shipping route as a problem for the world at large, especially for Asian countries vitally dependent on that oil.
Mortar attack on Iraqi base home to US troops; no casualties
Militants in Iraq fired three mortar shells early Saturday into an air base just north of Baghdad where American trainers are present, causing no casualties, the Iraqi military said.
With a new team of prosecutors, the Navy takes a final shot at SEAL Eddie Gallagher
Jury selection begins in the war crimes case on Monday, with a trial expected to kick off two days later.
This sergeant became the first woman in the US Army to earn a Silver Star for combat valor
Hester personally killed three enemies to her front in close-quarter combat.
Inside the process of confirming a Defense Secretary Shanahan
Patrick Shanahan expects to have his nomination "completed here shortly." But what does that process entail?
WWII Army veteran, 101, gets over 5,000 birthday cards
When John Frey’s family requested 101 birthday cards to celebrate the World War II veteran’s 101st birthday in Utah, they were expecting to get 500 at most.
Female team leading Navy helicopter training changes command
For the first time in the history of Helicopter Training Squadron Eight at Naval Air Station Whiting Field, two women held the top two leadership positions in the Navy’s oldest helicopter training squadron.
New littoral combat ship launches
It honors the Twin Cities.
This airman is a pro wrestling champion in South Korea
When Air Force Tech. Sgt. Gregory Gauntt isn’t conducting operations with his unit, he’s conducting body slams inside the ring.
Stars and Stripes and strife: Americans’ especially close relationship with their flag
From the Revolution to the present conflict in Iraq, use of the flag has progressed from primarily a naval emblem rarely flown by patriotic citizens to a widely revered national symbol.
Army officially unveils Expert Soldier Badge
As early as October, soldiers could be knocking out tasks to earn the Expert Soldier Badge.
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