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If you've deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan, especially in the early days of Operation Iraqi Freedom and...

source: By Roy Phillips

It's been about nine months since the Army began a field test for its new PT exam, and soon, the Center for Initial Military Training will begin evaluating an alternate assessment for soldiers who are permanently unable to complete...

source: Army Times

The U.S. Army has been building a virtual world in which to train soldiers for war, and it's expected to award contracts in June for reconfigurable virtual air and ground trainers and for a common synthetic environment that includes complex and real-life terrain. The idea...

source: Defense News

In the past three years, the Navy has overhauled the physical requirements of enlisted boot camp at Recruit Training Command Great Lakes, Illinois, requiring those joining the service to meet stricter standards and making recruits...


If the Pentagon had to take Consumer Math class in high school, they'd flunk. The U.S. military — correction, the U.S. taxpayer — is spending more money to buy fewer weapons. The reason? Poor acquisition practices, according...

source: The National Interest

In what might be his final keynote at the Marine Corps Association and Foundation Ground Awards dinner recently, Commandant Gen. Robert B. Neller recently went back to his early days as a young second lieutenant in 1976 reporting...

source: Marine Corps Times


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