Standing Up For Operation Iraqi Freedom

(AP Photo/John Moore)

Operation Iraqi Freedom soldier hands out book to Iraqi child Political pundits and Democratic politicians (among others) have been quick to blame the public’s lack of support of President Obama’s plans to “punish” Syria, on the public’s collective memory of the Iraq War. However, I am here to say “Shut Up.” I am sick and tired of politicians More...

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Russian Navy, Tartarus, Syria June 2013
By Walter Coffey On Thursday, September 5th, 2013
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Intervening in Syria: What’s the Cost?

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee has approved allowing President Obama to use military force against the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria. The costs far outweigh the benefits of intervening in yet another More...

A father helps his daughter and son escape from an artillery barrage. (Unmarked photo.)
By Tom Wyld On Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

Al Qaeda Stages Massive, Historic Jailbreak as Congress Debates Defense Spending

Overnight Sunday, one of the biggest jailbreaks in Islamist history freed at least 600 Salafi/Takfiri militants, including senior Jihadi leaders and plausibly high-ranking experts in unconventional technologies More...

An Israeli Sea Corps DOLPHIN-class submarine surfaces in the eastern Med near a boxship suspected of running the Gaza blockade.  (Photo Courtesy of the IDF.)
By Tom Wyld On Sunday, July 14th, 2013
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Israeli Submarine Nails Russian-Made Anti-Ship Missiles in Syria

A Dolphin-class submarine with the Israeli Sea Corps destroyed 50 Russian-made anti-ship missiles in the Syrian Port of Latakia.  Said to have been coordinated with the Obama administration, the attack occurred More...

Last month in the Gulf of Aqaba, Marines with the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit assembled for a briefing aboard USS SAN ANTONIO (LPD 17).  Off the port bow of SAN ANTONIO is the Sinai peninsula. (Public domain photo by MC1 Abraham Essenmacher, U.S.N.)
By Tom Wyld On Saturday, July 13th, 2013

Navy and Marines Take Station Off Egypt as North Africa Terrorist Threat Looms

The U.S. Navy has positioned the KEARSARGE Amphibious Ready Group and the embarked 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit off the coast of Egypt as the political crisis there continues to erupt.  Possible contingency operations More...

Russian Spetsnaz Troops
By Frederick Hunt On Friday, July 12th, 2013

FEMA Signs Protocol With Russia – Plans For Joint Operations?

  On June 25, FEMA signed a Protocol with the Russian Emergency Ministry to exchange experts during joint rescue operations in major disasters.  This from a press release out of EMERCOM which is the voice of More...

US Troops Train for Sinai Deployment
By Shoshana McCrimmon On Monday, June 24th, 2013

Civil War In Egypt? US Soldiers Deploy to Sinai Amid Ominous Warnings From Egypt’s Military Chief

Soldiers with the Saber Squadron of Fort Hood, TX, train in non-lethal riot control measures ahead of Sinai deployment. KDH/TJ MAXWELL Four hundred American soldiers from the Army’s 6th Squadron, 9th Cavalry regiment More...

defenders of freedom military veterans
By Brent Rosenbaum On Thursday, June 13th, 2013

A Veteran’s View of the Military Sexual Assault Scandal

The vast majority of veterans and active duty personnel, including myself, are ashamed and disappointed by the flood of military sexual assault scandals plaguing our armed forces. We are embarrassed and angered More...

missile defense systems
By Kerry Hazelton On Thursday, June 6th, 2013
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List of Compromised Defense Systems, Technologies Are Leaked, Published

Government officials admit that many designs for our military’s defense systems have been compromised. Recently, the Washington Post released a story regarding a report prepared for government officials and More...

By The Brenner Brief On Saturday, June 1st, 2013
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Why The Outrage Over Marines Losing A Hot Meal In Afghanistan?

“The drawdown diet: Marines steamed by loss of hot meal at Afghanistan base” was covered by NBC News this week. Why are some Americans — and some conservatives — outraged about marines losing More...

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