Missing Mother Army Vet w/ PTSD Missing.
MISSING VETERAN! The DailyMail writes A former Army police officer, who suffers PTSD, vanished from her Kansas home and concerned loved ones are pleading the public for help in bringing her back. Ashley Meiss, 30, told family members she was going for a jog two weeks ago when she departed her home in Ogden, Kansas. […]Read More
Army vet beats the crap out of man with a gun! *VIDEO*
Good job! Tribunist writes If you’re going to try and rob a casino, don’t get caught. If you do rob a casino and get caught, make sure an Army veteran with combat training isn’t working there at the time. Elliot Montalvan was going through his day working at a casino when his whole world was flipped […]Read More
Breaking: Bikers escort student who filmed teacher’s anti-military rant!
We protect our own. Doesn’t matter if its one of us, their spouse, or their children. We have their backs. The veteran community doesnt take threats and bullshit lightly. Fox11 Reports PICO RIVERA, Calif. (FOX 11/ CNS) – Bikers rallied outside El Rancho High School Monday morning in support of the student who filmed a teacher giving an anti-military […]Read More
Soldiers Honored After Afghan Suicide Bombing for Saving Lives
This is a brief look at one of the many dangers service members going downrange face everyday. Good job to these guys for knowing how to handle the situation. Military.com reports BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan — Seconds after releasing his handheld microphone, Sgt. Joshua Sears heard the loud bang. “I see the trees on the […]Read More
Army Basic Training Recruits Allowed to go Home for the Holidays
Well I wish we had that in basic. Somebody come look at this! Tribunist reports While most people enjoy some time away from work during the holidays, future soldiers currently in basic training aren’t guaranteed that opportunity. However, tens of thousands of soldiers-in-training were elated to discover that they too would be able to spend […]Read More
Missing Oklahoma soldier found!
Welcome Home Donald. Oklahoma’s News 4 reports OKLAHOMA – It was a war that killed more than three million people, including more than 58,000 Americans. One of those was Donald J. Hall, a Stroud native. He enlisted in the Air Force in 1955 and became a helicopter flight engineer with a dream to serve the […]Read More
“No knock” Anthem for “Door Kickers”
“Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster… for when you gaze long into the abyss. The abyss gazes also into you.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche Will “No Knock” be considered the anthem of war-fighters heading down range? All that Remains front man Philip Labonte certainly believes so, “Its about door kickers and […]Read More
Homeless Marine used last $20 to buy stranded girl gas. Now he’s getting a massive payday.
We should have never had a problem with Vets becoming homeless in the first place. Hope things work out for this Marine! The tribunist reports A woman has stepped up to help a homeless Marine Corps veteran after he used his last $20 to help her purchase gas when she became stranded along Interstate 95. […]Read More
Veteran sets himself on fire in front of VA
This unfortunately is becoming a trend and there is no one to blame but our broken VA system. American Military News reports A veteran set himself on fire and committed suicide in front of a New Jersey VA clinic after the VA repeatedly pushed off his mental health appointments and delayed getting him adequate care, […]Read More
NSFW WARNING! Navy admits to being involved in obscene sky drawings.
You know these guys probably tagged a few porta johns while deployed over seas. This is hilarious. King5 reports OKANOGAN COUNTY, Wash. – Officials with the Naval Air Station Whidbey Island said one of their aircraft was involved in the obscene skywritings spotted in Okanogan County. Photos sent to KREM 2 by multiple sources show skydrawings of what […]Read More
73 years later a marine is reunited with his old friend.
Gotta love a story with a happy ending. Guns.com reports Dick Cowell comes from a long line of military veterans, and the WWII Marine recently was able to add the very rifle he carried during the conflict back to his collection. “It’s my baby,” Cowell said of the rifle, which amazingly his son, Richard, was able […]Read More
Gulf War veterans show signs of permanently damaged DNA
Researchers say they have found the “first direct biological evidence” of damage in Veterans with Gulf War illness to DNA within cellular structures that produce energy in the body.” GLP reports In blood tests, researchers observed more lesions and more mitochondrial DNA—that is, extra copies of genes—in Veterans with Gulf War illness, relative to controls […]Read More