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The media at large is accusing Tom Brady of comparing football to war, but he didn’t. So why do you believe it?
An Army drill sergeant’s attempts to placate a menacing recruit cost him his career — and a pair of pants.
A crew of young Space Force Guardians will soon ship off to Earth’s favorite star to figure out why it’s been so darn hot lately.
An Army chemical specialist accidentally made his unit’s color run a little spicy — and the consequences were catastrophic.
The scene depicted in this Twitter video is easily in the running for the most butt-puckering moment of 2022.
Don’t choke under pressure! Know the ins and outs of this classic MMA technique.
This is, hands-down, the worst recruiting ad in American history. Well done, Army.
Developed by a World War II veteran, the La Sierra System transformed average American high schoolers into complete physical studs.
Here are 10 great alternatives to letting your head explode whenever someone casually asks you to recall your darkest memories.
In this installment of “Dear Jack,” Marine veteran Jack Mandaville explains why people don’t understand service members.
CS gas and pepper spray have both proved to be very effective in using pain to make people comply, but is one more painful than the other?
Local hipster Tobi Flanders says you don’t understand the black-market goldfish trade, and that’s why he’s better than you.
Legend has it that when boot Marines leave Camp Horno to train in the field, the Horno Cloud follows, bringing rain, misery, hate, and discontent with it.
If you go more than half a mile north or south of Main Street in downtown Spartanburg, South Carolina, there’s a good chance you’ll get shanked, shot, robbed, offered fentanyl, or all of those things at once.
Meet Blaze, the new official mascot of the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Not all new privates are dumb. Our comprehensive guide will help you figure out which ones are.
All troops masturbate downrange, but not all in the same place. Where they choose to do it is crucial to understanding who they are.
Mark “The Sandman” Davis loves guns and dressing up like a tactical Grim Reaper, yet he’ll do whatever it takes to avoid actual danger.
Headed to Army Basic Training and worried about the infamous gas chamber? You should be. Our step-by-step visual guide will show you why.
An Air Force staff sergeant showed courage, ingenuity, and psychotic disregard for his own safety when he tore open an MRE with his pearly whites.
On July 11, New York City’s Department of Emergency Management released a PSA advising residents on what to do in the event of a nuclear attack.
If the United States military wants more good troops, they’re going to have to get with the times and make some concessions. But never fear, Uncle Sam, we’ve got some great ideas.
The Pentagon plans to spend approximately $27.1 million in fiscal year 2023 on balloons used for surveillance and homeland defense.
Should you confront a potential stolen valor guy? Does the US leave its allies out to dry after making years of promises to them as they risked their lives for our rushed foreign policy decisions?