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WillThomasonline.net

With shockwaves rippling through the mountains, and fallout spreading through mountain passes, Taliban and al-Qaeda fighters knew that something momentous had occurred. But killing a few ...

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After finding unusually high radiation levels in American veterans, as well as birth defects in the offspring of their spouses, he had became convinced that not only that was DU slowly killing them...

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Duong said the next step will be to shrink the lab to the size of a “backpack” so soldiers who encounter a suspect “could find out within minutes” if he’s on a terrorist watch list and should be killed.

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Maybe some of Walson's images ARE of sensitive, secret US military Star Wars machines. Maybe even 'secret' weapons platforms in space, which the US military has been rumored...

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Bush’s global strategy also has similarities to “Operation Condor” in which South American right-wing military regimes in the 1970s sent assassins on cross-border operations to eliminate “subversives.”

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AFP

The US military is experiencing a "suicide epidemic" with veterans killing themselves at the rate of 120 a week -- an average of 17 a day.

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Huachuca is one of the primary training centers for interrogation techniques, data collection and covert operations. Intelligence personnel trained at the Arizona base are stationed in Iraq, Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

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"When Dobson’s Focus on the Family “campus” was completed, the academy skydiving team, with great ceremony, delivered the “keys from heaven” to Dobson.

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Faced with higher recruiting goals, the Pentagon is quietly looking for ways to make it easier for people with minor criminal records to join the military. This comes as the number of Army recruits needing waivers for bad behavior - such as trying dr

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AP

The Army began its recruiting year Oct. 1 with fewer signed up for basic training than in any year since it became an all-volunteer service in 1973, a top general said. Gen. William S. Wallace, whose duties as commander of Army Training and Doctrin

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The Army, stung by a contracting fraud scandal that has generated more than 80 criminal investigations, needs 1,400 more personnel to deal with the demands of supplying troops in combat, said US officials familiar with a report by federal procurement

As a method for safely addressing the difficult missions of the war on terrorism, enforcing perimeter and exclusion areas, and supporting military operations other than war, the LRAD product puts distance between a potential threat and our troops to

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There is a new breed of weaponry fast approaching--and at the speed of light no less. They are labeled "directed-energy weapons" and may well signal a revolution in military hardware--perhaps more so than the atomic bomb.

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So you thought only Romulans had a cloaking device? Hardly. Purdue researchers using nanotechnology this week have taken a step toward creating an optical cloaking device that could make objects invisible.

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Ionatron developed LIPC weapons because we saw a need for a reliable, humane, near instantaneous defense mechanism against the growing threat of terror attacks. The adjustable range of LIPC weapons, their near instantaneous disabling action, and the

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A story from CNN reminds one that the enemy is not the only hazard of serving during wartime. Two U.S. sailors were killed and one was critically wounded in a shooting inside their barracks early Monday at a U.S. Navy's base in Bahrain, the Navy

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[especially the dead ones] "There has been an erosion of adherence to weapons-handling standards [SAY WHAT!!!!] at Minot Air Force Base and Barksdale Air Force Base," said Maj. Gen. Richard Newton, the Air Force deputy chief of staff for op

More than 30,000 foreign troops are enlisted in the US Army, many of them serving in Iraq. Their reward for risking their lives for their adopted country is US citizenship.

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