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Past articles by Jeff:

US Air Force drone crashes after colliding with Russian fighter over Black Sea

The Air Force MQ-9 Reaper was a total loss. It is the latest example of Russian pilots flying aggressively around US aircraft. → Read More

Military buying more missiles and other weapons to fight China, Russia

Here is a breakdown of weapons systems that the military services want to buy in the 2024 fiscal year. → Read More

The Pentagon seeks to stock up on Tomahawks and other tactical missiles in $842 billion budget

The Defense Department is spending more money on air- and sea-launched missiles. → Read More

Wounded Abbey Gate Marine delivers powerful testimony to Congress

Marine Sgt. Tyler Vargas-Andrews told lawmakers about the events leading up to and following the Aug. 26, 2021 suicide bomber attack on Abbey Gate. → Read More

Congress honors heroic MARSOC working dog with 4 deployments

Multi-purpose Canine Shimanski is a 12-year old Belgian Malinois with plenty of combat experience. → Read More

‘Be All You Can Be’ remains the Army’s best recruiting slogan, service leaders say

‘Be All You Can Be’ has hit home with young men and women thinking about joining the Army in a way that other recruiting slogans have not. → Read More

The US and South Korea are holding their largest joint military exercise in 5 years

Big military exercises on the Korean peninsula are back. → Read More

How Russia uses US military veterans in its propaganda war against Ukraine

Former Army Pfc. John David McIntyre told Russian state-run media that he has defected, but it is not much of a propaganda victory for Russia. → Read More

American vet who claims he defected to Russia in Ukraine served just 2 years in the US Army, left as PFC

The self-described communist said he was previously assigned to Fort Bliss, Texas. → Read More

Why mortars are increasingly important on the modern battlefield

'Large caliber mortars supporting the tank infantry team in the crucible of ground combat will often be the margin of victory or defeat in the evolving large-scale combat fight.' → Read More

Why the US Coast Guard is ramping up deployments to the Western Pacific

The U.S. Coast Guard plays a vital role in defending freedom of navigation and commerce in the Indo-Pacific. → Read More

The Marine Corps is getting rid of Scout Snipers

The Marine Corps has had Scout Snipers since World War II. → Read More

Air Force relieves 2 commanders and 4 subordinates at Minot Air Force Base

Minot Air Force Base is the home of the 5th Bomb Wing, which operates B-52H Stratofortress bombers. → Read More

How balloon encounters revealed gaps in NORAD’s warning system

NOARD’s North Warning System is made up of 46 radar sites built between 1986 and 1992. → Read More

Latest US airstrike in Somalia kills 7 suspected al-Shabaab fighters

The U.S. military has launched six airstrikes and one special operations raid against an ISIS leader in Somalia so far in 2023. → Read More

China is considering arming Russian forces in Ukraine, US says

China could potentially provide Russia with artillery shells, rockets, and armed drones, experts said. → Read More

4 US troops injured in Syria helicopter raid targeting ISIS senior leader

The injuries resulted from an "explosion on target," U.S. Central Command said. → Read More

US launches another airstrike in Somalia, the next battlefield

The US military has conducted five airstrikes and a counter-terrorism mission in the first two months of 2023. → Read More

DIA report confirms Russia's use of Iranian drones in Ukraine

Iranian-made drones are turning up in Ukraine as well as the Middle East. → Read More

US troops kill ‘ISIS official’ involved in planning prison breaks

Since ISIS lost its physical caliphate, it has tried to break out tens of thousands of fighters and family members being held in prison camps. → Read More