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What does the hit Netflix show “Squid Game” have in common with life in the U.S. military? Well, between the mind games, bad food, and a contract that sounds better than it really is, there’s quite a bit of common ground.
|“If we truly want to honor our veterans this holiday then we must confront this history.” That’s from Army veteran Daniel Johnson, who wrote about something that is often overlooked on Veterans Day: the shameful way Americans have treated Black veterans over the years.|
There’s weather in outer space, and the Air Force just set up a school teaching airmen and Space Force guardians how to forecast it,
“We’ve raised our counterterror capability to an exquisite level. We’re going to sustain and protect that. The other side is harder to describe.” That’s from retired Army Special Forces Col. David Maxwell, who told Kevin Maurer all about the U.S. special operations community’s post-Afghanistan identity crisis.
Pentagon leaders have said for years that sexual assault is a top priority, but a new report confirms what critics have long said: It isn’t. The Pentagon is not providing enough trained investigators to handle a growing number of sexual assault reports.
The Army is testing autonomous drones that can deliver life-saving blood to battlefield medics in need.
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