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Iran missiles- Act of attention over act of retaliation?

Now that the dust has settled, we are able to review more information on the missile attacks from Iran.  First and foremost, we are relieved to hear there were no American, Coalition, or Iraqi casualties.  According to the President’s statement this morning, only minimal damage was sustained to the bases.  The President went on to …

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China trying to block US military for supporting Hong Kong

Over the Thanksgiving weekend, Congress passed legislation that supports Hong Kong in its pro-democracy battle.  Why? Because the United States supports Hong Kong and the people in it who want freedom, bacon and all the glory that goes with it, too. Hong Kong took to the streets and flew American flags, sang our national anthem …

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N. Korea not playing by the rules with S. Korea

At the beginning of the month, we wrote an article (found here) about North Korea “losing their patience” with the US.  Well, it seems they are still trying to escalate things.  This week, they decided they needed to push the button with South Korea by firing some artillery close to an established border between the …

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Green Beret to be awarded Medal of Honor

Take yourself back to April 6, 2008.  What were you doing?  Was it memorable? Now, was it Medal of Honor worthy? Well, for Master Sgt. Matthew O. Williams, it most certainly was.  He and his team, along with some Afghan Commandos, received a mission to capture or kill a High Value Target in the province …

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