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62% Of Americans Say Military Too Political; Half Say Too ‘Woke’

A new poll found that almost two-thirds of Americans feel the U.S. military’s leadership has become too political.

North Korea Launches 180 Warplane Flights; South Korea Scrambles 80 Jets Including F-35S

Dozens of South Korean warplanes were scrambled Friday after the country detected about 180 military flights over North Korea, the latest in a rapid series of escalations this week as the U.S. and South Korean militaries conduct large joint exercises condemned by the North.

Thousands of Guns, Gun Parts Stolen From ATF

Thousands of guns and gun parts were stolen from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) between 2016 and 2019, according to the Justice Department Office of the Inspector General (OIG).

Navy Has Discharged Nearly 2,000 Sailors for Refusing COVID Vaccine

The number of U.S. Navy sailors released from service for refusing COVID vaccination is nearing 2,000.

Defiant Xi Tells World China Is Ready to Stand Its Ground

President Xi Jinping had a clear message to those who want to thwart China’s rise: You will fail.

B-52 Bombers, 60 Warplanes Fly Near Russia in New Joint Nuke NATO Exercise

U.S. B-52 bombers and around 60 other aircraft are taking part in NATO’s weeks-long nuclear exercise, which kicks off on Monday amid Russian threats of nuclear war.

Silicon Valley Titan Keith Krach Calls for Universities to Divest Funds From China

Silicon Valley veteran Keith Krach recently published an open letter call for universities to divest from Chinese companies involved in China’s genocide against its Uyghur population.

26 GOP Lawmakers Demand SECDEF Austin Say When Military Vaccine Mandate Will End

A group of 26 House Republican lawmakers recently sent a letter to Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, demanding to know when the military-wide COVID-19 vaccine mandate will end.

Army Misses Annual Recruitment by Massive 25%; Worst Miss Ever

The U.S. Army missed its 2022 recruiting goal by 15,000 troops, marking a 25 percent miss from the 60,000 new soldiers it sought to recruit before the fiscal year ended on Sept. 30.

Hackers Are Selling Stolen Data on NATO Weapons Sent to Ukraine

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) said last week it is investigating the online sale of classified data about numerous weapon systems, including missile systems being sent to Ukraine.

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