Today’s History On January 27th, 1943, the 8th Air Force dropped deadly bombs over Nazi Germany. This was an air campaign that paved the way for the D-Day invasion that … Continue reading Holocaust Remembrance Day
Non-Hodgkin lymphoma affects an estimated 19 out of every 100,000 people in the U.S. annually. It is a blood cancer that uses the body’s infection-fighting lymph system to spread. The … Continue reading Could Blood Cancer Be Linked to Nuclear Silo Work on Air Force Base?
American Defense News has previously reported about the Biden Administration sending M1 tanks to Ukraine. Russia responded Thursday for the first time regarding the decision by President Biden to send … Continue reading Russia Claps Back at Biden’s Tank Deliveries in Ukraine
On Tuesday, Lockheed Martin CEO Jim Taiclet said that his company is waiting for the completion of the December 15 F-35 mishap before new fighters can be delivered. The Mishap … Continue reading Watch: Viral F-35 Mishap Video and Resulting Delays in F-35 Deliveries
On Monday, the Coast Guard intercepted a 50-foot boat just outside of Florida that had 396 Haitian migrants. The Report The U.S. Coast Guard detained a 50-foot boat between Florida … Continue reading Coast Guard Stops Human Smuggling of Haitian Migrants on Boat Near Florida
Poland is building a coalition of countries that will send armored tanks to Ukraine. Germany was getting in the way. The U.S. Arms Package Fox News reports that the latest … Continue reading Germany Caves to The Relentless U.S. Pressure
American Defense News has been busy reporting against all of the threats against the United States that our brave men and women in uniform are monitoring. Here is a summary … Continue reading Summary: The Current Threats Against the United States
If Russia is defeated by NATO arms in the war against Ukraine, then there is a threat of nuclear fallout. The threat which has been repeated over and over again … Continue reading NEW: Threats from Russia Against NATO- The Russians Are Bad Losers
As threats against the United States grow, the F-15EX has broken records and is ready to perform and defend the country. The F-35 vs. The F-15EX Operating at a third … Continue reading The Air Force’s New F-15EX Breaks Record as Threats Grow
A turboprop trainer aircraft crashed on Tuesday morning in Alabama. This aircraft was the Navy’s T-6B aircraft. The Crash The crash was in a remote part of Alabama. The area … Continue reading Navy T-6B Trainer Aircraft Crashes in the SouthEast
American Defense News first reported about Ukrainian troops being trained by the U.S. on the Patriot Missile just over a week ago. Now, the troops have arrived in Oklahoma and … Continue reading Patriot Missile Training Begins in Oklahoma for Ukranian Troops
The U.S. Air Force and Hawaii Officials have announced that Hawaii’s Molokai land will be returned back to state of Hawaii from the Air Force. The Air Force will return … Continue reading The Air Force Returns Molokai Land Back to Hawaii
In December, an amendment was added to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that would require the Department of Defense to investigate the UFO sighting in Roswell in 1945. To … Continue reading Roswell UFO to be Investigated by Government 78 Years After the Crash
Starting Tuesday, January 17, U.S. military veterans in a suicidal crisis will be eligible for free care at any VA or private facility. Unlike for most other medical benefits, veterans … Continue reading Veterans: Free Care at Any VA or Private Facility for Suicide Prevention
Only the U.S. Air Force and Space Force have implemented the new policy allowing for 12 weeks of parental leave. The Policy American Defense News reported on this new policy … Continue reading Most Troops Still Can’t Take the New 12 Weeks Parental Leave
China is threatening military retaliation against the United States and Japan. They are worried that the cooperation between the U.S. and Japan will be a threat. The Chinese Military Analyst … Continue reading NEW: China is Threatening Military Retaliation Against the U.S.
Volunteers can change the world. Volunteer airmen in the Air Force have joined together to figure out how the Air Force could use small store-bought drones to their advantage in … Continue reading The Air Force Might Use Small Drones in the Middle East
The contentious COVID-19 Vax Mandate has pushed more than 8,400 troops out of the military for refusing to obey the law requiring them to get the vaccine. This vax mandate … Continue reading Pentagon Drops the Vax Mandate for Troops
Fox News has confirmed that Ukrainians will be trained by the U.S. on the Patriot Missile System in Oklahoma starting next week. The Patriot Missile American Defense News reported last … Continue reading U.S. Will Start Training Ukrainians on The Patriot Missile in Oklahoma
2 ships from the U.S. Navy have been deemed as unfit for combat operations by the Board of Inspection and Survey. These ships were the cruiser Chosen and the destroyer … Continue reading Could the Navy Bring Back Cold-War Era Squadrons to Boost Readiness?
Heraclitus once said, “The only constant in life is change.” This is certainly true of change in the military. I enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 1999. At that … Continue reading Military Members Will Now Receive 12 Weeks of Paternal Leave
There is a group of newly elected house members waiting to be sworn in after the new House speaker is sworn in. These members are also military veterans and they … Continue reading Republican Military Veterans Voice Their Choice for House GOP Speaker