Monthly Archives: July 2016

Democrats Mistakenly Display Russian Ships at National Convention

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — In the midst of one of the biggest political gatherings of the election cycle, the Democratic Party made a huge mistake during a tribute to veterans at their national convention. When showing a slideshow demonstrating American military might, someone accidentally included a photo of Russian ships. “The ships are definitely Russian,” said noted naval author Norman Polmar…

U.S. Army Approves Special Forces Women Selection

FORT BRAGG, N.C. — According to a report from Shadowspear, the US Army has officially approved the admission of two female officers into the Special Forces Assessment and Selection (SFAS) course. SFAS, after completing Airborne School, is the first step in the Special Forces pipeline. “Two females met the requirements for SFAS and were nominated by the [Army Special Operations…

86 Year-Old Vietnam Hero Finally Awarded Medal of Honor

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Five decades after conducting a daring rescue in Vietnam, retired Lt. Col. Charles Kettles of Ypsilanti, Michigan has been awarded the Medal of Honor: the nation’s highest military honor for valor. Kettle’s story is so remarkable, that during the presentation ceremony on Monday, President Obama said, “[you can’t] make this up. It’s like a bad Rambo movie.”…