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The Royal Navy Submarine Museum is having a special treat this weekend. In addition to their collection of submarines (one goes back to 1901), there are some great activities.

If you know any Limeys, or perhaps visiting the UK, you should check out the attractions.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Sep 28th 2018 (11:36pm)
Guys, don't get all gushy or wimpy about this article just because it's published in Vogue magazine. The senator is a victim of war and stands strong with our active servicemen.
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, Sep 19th 2018 (12:00am)
The Canadian province of Nova Scotia lies along one of the main Atlantic shipping routes between North America and Europe. It was a key strategic location for the allies during both World Wars. Ships here were loaded with vast amounts of munitions, upon returning from the war many of these ships ditched any extra munitions they had right into the water.

Even today these World War II era munitions pose a major hazard, during World War I and II millions of tons of weapons and ammunition were produced but no one thought about what should be done with them after the fighting stopped.

It’s a ticking bomb for the environment, the Allies sank their surplus munitions off the coasts of Europe - 1.6 million tons in German waters alone. And in addition to conventional explosives, there are also highly toxic substances on the seabed, including Sarin, a mustard gas containing arsenic.
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, Aug 8th 2018 (12:00am)
The long-standing conflict over Hans Island in the Arctic may be winding down - Canadia and Denmark have announced a joint task force to solve the boundary issues once and for all, and put a stop to all this liquored-up nonsense.
By: dave
Friday, Jun 1st 2018 (12:00am)
Desperate times call for desperate measures, and no time in history was as desperate as the time when the world’s most powerful nations were determined in destroying each other. It was time of the Second World War, and the allies were running out of essential resources needed to construct military and naval equipment. One of them was steel.

In the North Atlantic, the British fleets were taking a pounding against the German U-boats. Allied supply ships on their way across the ocean were being intercepted and sunk by German U-boats at an alarming rate. Planes could protect the ships, but they cannot be deployed in the middle of the ocean without aircraft carriers, and those things are massive and required enormous quantities of steel to manufacture, which was in short supply. What was needed was a way for aircraft to land and refuel without overtaxing already strained resources.
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, Nov 9th 2017 (7:52am)
Here's a list of military slang words and phrases used by American soldiers serving in WWII.
By: spam_vigilante
Sunday, Feb 5th 2017 (8:32am)
The city is in a state of great disorder. Why, I will let others bitch and moan about politics and struggles for power. Here in this clip, you can get an idea of how Syria's largest city has turned into a shithole.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Jan 6th 2017 (12:00am)
Mohammad Alaa Jaleel, an incredibly brave and compassionate man who lives in the Masaken Hanano neighborhood of war-torn Aleppo, Syria, has taken it upon himself to care for the increasing number of cats who have been left behind by families fleeing for safety. Alaa has set up a small sanctuary named "La Casa Dei Gatti Ernesto", a place where the cats can feel safe and be fed. Not only does this amazing man take care of the abandoned cats, but his day job as a paramedic has him taking care of anyone who needs his help, especially children. Because of his big heart, Alaa has gained a great many admirers, including some who rightfully want to nominate him for a Nobel Prize.
By: spam_vigilante
Tuesday, Oct 4th 2016 (12:01am)
Through giant balloons and forest fires. Out of maybe 9,000 such balloon bombs, only six people were killed.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Jun 24th 2016 (1:27am)
The Gulf Cartel boasts a rare weapon in the high stakes war for drug-trafficking supremacy: U.S.- trained soldiers.

The Zetas, hired assassins for the Gulf Cartel, feature 31 ex-soldiers once part of an elite division of the Mexican army - the Special Air Mobile Force Group. At least one-third of this battalion's deserters was trained at the School of the Americas in Fort Benning, Ga., according to documents from the Mexican secretary of defense.
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, Jan 20th 2016 (5:55pm) | Thanks: Mike B
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Located squarely between Greenland and Canadia, unassuming Hans Island has no resources other than its location - and Denmark and Canadia have been battling over it for years. Fortunately, the battles consist entirely of taking down each other's flags and leaving a bottle of hooch for the next wave.
By: dave
Thursday, Nov 12th 2015 (7:24am) | Thanks: reddit
Her name is 'Sparkle.' She operates a drone. She is sick of whiny boys. And she is perfectly OK with dealing out death.
By: dave
Tuesday, Oct 20th 2015 (12:05am) | Thanks: digg
"On September 7, 2011 in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, a homemade bomb detonated beside Sergeant First Class Aaron Causey, costing him both legs, several fingers, and portions of his reproductive organs. THE NEXT PART, uniquely told from his wife, Kathleen's, point of view, details the couple's remarkable journey through recovery, as well as their struggle to conceive before Aaron's medical treatments will eventually sterilize him."
By: spam_vigilante
Sunday, Oct 4th 2015 (12:01am)
The young men who fought in the Vietnam War had to grow up fast, but they also liked to have a good time just as much as the next guy.
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Saturday, Jul 18th 2015 (3:53am) | Thanks: Chive
A British sniper in Afghanistan killed 6 Taliban members with a single shot by hitting a suicide bomber's trigger switch at over 900 yards.
By: dave
Wednesday, Apr 2nd 2014 (12:00am)
It was a sunny, mostly clear Sunday in Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, when the unexpected hum of planes cut through the warm Hawaiian air. In a period of just two hours, 353 Japanese aircraft laid siege to the U.S. naval base, sinking 18 ships and destroying nearly 200 aircraft in a sneak attack that killed more than 2,400 Americans and wounded over 1,000 more.
By: spam_vigilante
Saturday, Dec 7th 2013 (8:50am)
It's the height of the Cold War and the United States government is desperate to combat the spread of Communism. The CIA launches a highly classified, top secret research program into the covert use of biological and chemical agents. In simulated attacks on enemy populations, entire cities in America are contaminated with bacteria, exposing millions of Americans to germ warfare. But the real focus of the research is on mastering the art of mind control. Psychiatrists at top academic institutions work under secret contract with the agency. Psychiatric patients, prisoners, even unwitting members of the public are exposed to a startling array of experiments designed to facilitate interrogations, induce amnesia and program in new behavior. Every psychological technique is explored, including hypnosis, electroshock therapy and lethal cocktails of drugs. What was the extent of these brainwashing experiments? How did the CIA become involved in such far-reaching and disturbing research? Join us as National Geographic presents: CIA Secret Experiments.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Mar 1st 2013 (10:52am)
It's well known that Hollywood take artistic license when it comes to retelling history. As for war movies, the day-to-day lives of soldiers, the humdrum truths and the hard facts don't always translate well onto the silver screen. Modern audiences are hungry for fast-paced action and entertainment, and this is reflected in what they're served up. Moreover, in some cases, incorrect reporting and political agendas can twist reality even further.

Here's a list of the 10 most inaccurate military movies ever made.
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, Jan 10th 2013 (7:15am)
When most people think of the Air Force, they think of fighter jets and Adam Baldwin's character from Independence Day. From its inception however, the Air Force has "aimed higher" than the stratosphere. Here are a few things you might not have known about the Air Force.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Nov 12th 2012 (1:31am)
The Joes have met their match.
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Thursday, Sep 27th 2012 (12:47am) | Thanks: Jaxon
The history of military code names contains some pretty silly creations. Some are (at least temporarily) secret, some coined to be memorable, and some are just plain propaganda.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Jun 11th 2012 (10:15am) | Thanks: Miss C
Larry Eckhardt, known as "The Flag Man", drives to soldier funerals all over the United States. He sets up over 1000 flags along the procession route to show his gratitude for their sacrifice.
By: dave
Monday, May 28th 2012 (7:53am)
During World War II the Army Corps of Engineers needed to hide the Lockheed Burbank Aircraft Plant to protect it from being a target for a Japanese air attack. They covered it with camouflage netting and to make it look like a rural housing subdivision from the air.

These photos tell the story of ingenuity during trying times.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Feb 24th 2012 (12:01am) | Thanks: Kooolcat
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