SCAR Fox: A look into the battle-tested SwampFox Arrowhead LPVO
In a market with established players and a “you get what you pay for” mindset, breaking into the weapons optics industry can be a hard thing to do. Be it the venerable and recognizable name brands that have secured military contracts to imported budget brands barely fit for airsoft,... Read more
North calls South’s proposal to declare end of Korean War good idea

 North Korea has called a South Korean proposal to declare a formal end to the Korean War “an interesting and an admirable idea” and signalled a willingness to resume talks given some preconditions.

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Attackers attempt to assassinate close aide to Ukrainian president in his vehicle
By Andreas Stein Kiev — The car of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s close aide Serhiy Shefir was shot at just outside Kiev on Wednesday, in an apparent assassination attempt, according to the country’s police. While the driver of the car was injured in the attack, Shefir himself was unharmed, despite more than 10 shots being... Read more
Space Force unveils new dress uniforms

The US Space Force has revealed their new uniforms- and they look pretty bad.

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North Korea fires ballistic missiles from train as Korean arms race intensifies
Victoria Kim Los Angeles Times (TNS) Three years ago this week, South Korean President Moon Jae-in drew wide applause from thousands of North Koreans in Pyongyang when he declared “a new era of peace.” He and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had agreed on “concrete measures to completely eliminate the fear of war and... Read more
US agrees to withdraw combat troops from Iraq

Command Sgt. Maj. Walter Puckett, Command Senior Enlisted Advisor for Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve, greets Col. Mark Coble, Base Commander, Al Asad Air Base, during a battlefield circulation in western Iraq on Aug. 15, 2021. Puckett and Lt. Gen. Paul Calvert, the CJTF-OIR Commander, traveled to bases throughout…

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“Making the Taliban Great Again” billboards showing President Biden appear in Pennsylvania

Former York County state Senator Scott Wagner, never gentle about his politics, is getting some national attention for his latest visual haymaker: A set of highway billboards showing a gun-toting President Joe Biden dressed as an Afghan fighter, beside the slogan “Making the Taliban Great Again!”

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US creates tension with China and France over nuclear-powered submarine deal with Australia
The Ohio-class ballistic-missile submarine USS Alaska (SSBN 732)(Gold) returns to its homeport at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Ga., following a strategic deterrence patrol. The boat is one of five ballistic-missile submarines stationed at the base and is capable of carrying up to 20 submarine-launched ballistic missiles with multiple... Read more
US military investigating civilian casualties from Kabul drone strike that killed ISIS terrorist
Relatives and neighbors of the Ahmadi family gathered around the incinerated husk of a vehicle that the family says was hit by a U.S. drone strike, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, Aug. 30, 2021. (Marcus Yam/Los Angeles Times/TNS) Corey Dickstein U.S. Central Command has launched a formal inquiry into the Aug. 29 drone strike in Kabul that military leaders said... Read more
South and North Korea conduct missile tests hours apart

Seoul — North and South Korea conducted ballistic missile tests within hours of each other, displays of military power that raise tensions on the Korean Peninsula amid stalled talks over Pyongyang’s nuclear programme.

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Taliban claims to recover $6.5 million, 18 gold bricks at former Afghan VP’s home

The Taliban have claimed that they have found $6.5 million and 18 gold bricks during a raid at the residence of former Afghanistan vice-president Amrullah Saleh. The insurgent group made the claims on Twitter, as a local journalist shared a video showing two suitcases stuffed with cash and gold bricks.

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