Last September, a Danish commercial ship named Nordic Orion became the first cargo vessel to use the Northwest Passage. The Canadian Coast Guard and the Royal Canadian Navy are not View More ›
A few days ago I was watching one of Discovery network’s shows on the Kennedy Assassination, and figured I’d throw my hat in with my own opinion as a former View More ›
He reminded me that we were going to be inserted on Thanksgiving Day. I told him that we were planning to dine on state-of-the-art chicken and rice LRP rations at the launch site before going into the target.
I know many who are infuriated over the current “deal” made between the United States and Iran. Make no mistake that everyone should be cautious when dealing with Iran. But, View More ›
For once in my lifetime, I have found something that I agree with Michael Moore on: American veterans are committing suicide.
Mark Divine joins the show this week. Mark is the founder of NavySEALs.com, and founder and CEO of SEALFIT, a fitness program inspired by the mental and physical toughness training View More ›
On Nov 21, three female Marines graduated the basic infantry course at the School of Infantry – East at Camp Geiger, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. A fourth completed the View More ›
The following infographic is an excellent data visualization product created by the Navanti Group. It was originally published in October of 2012, but is still a useful tool for anyone View More ›
If we were casting for a Star Wars redux movie, Obama would be my pick for Vader, and JSOC would be his Death Star. He’d be perfect to lead us View More ›
The Air Force knows it’s tough to be the littlest brother in the service. The Marines, Army and Navy all get to trace their roots back 238 years and some-odd View More ›
It was a cool and chilly morning at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. We woke up at 0500 on 30-September-2013 and first formation was at 0530. Just like any other weekday View More ›
October 25th, Robert Westbrook, a freelance photographer, came across what is believed to be a CANSOFCOM training evolution in an old call centre in Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia. The old View More ›