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|Marine Corps transition continues with new drones at Kaneohe base in HawaiiThe MQ-9A Reapers replace the RQ-21A Blackjack drones that the Marines previously operated.|
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has confirmed that Yevgeny Prigozhin has arrived in Belarus after his short-lived armed mutiny in Russia. Prigozhin, the head of the mercenary group Wagner, was exiled to Belarus as part of the deal that ended the weekend mutiny.
|With Russia Revolt Over, Mercenaries’ Future and Direction of Ukraine War Remain UncertainThe rebellious mercenary soldiers who briefly took over a Russian military headquarters on an ominous march toward Moscow is gone, but the short-lived revolt has weakened President Vladimir Putin just as his forces are facing a fierce counteroffensive in Ukraine.|
Military Pay Overhaul Could Mean Huge Pay Boosts for Enlisted Troops
Junior enlisted troops could see their monthly pay boosted by up to 35% next year under a massive rewrite of the military’s pay tables proposed under a House Republican defense appropriations plan.
Nearly 2 decades after his death, Massachusetts WWII veteran to be buried in Arlington National Cemetery
As one of the original members of the 82nd Airborne Division, Lawrence Dunlop parachuted into some of the most dangerous areas in Europe during World War II.
It seems like people take too many things for granted. They want more. They think they need a new boat, new car, nice home, and freedom.
Well, they can earn the new things, but the freedom comes with a price. Thousands of men and women died in wars that were fought to give us that freedom. Thank a veteran for that right they fought for you.
Just finished an interview with the daughter of a WWII nurse. Some gripping thoughts there. The nurse, Velma Sundet was a hero to many soldiers during the war. She saved many lives.
I only have one other interview left. That is with a Gold Star father. I will be talking to him this week.
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