An Army official told The Post on January 12 that Charles Flynn "WAS NOT IN ANY OF THE MEETINGS" discussing the military response to the Capitol siege.
The US soldiers and the UH-60 helicopter was said to have been in a routine training mission in New York.
He is accused of giving "advice about the best way to fortify an ISIS encampment to repel an attack by US Special Forces."
"[We all] get to work using our fins," a highly seasoned Special Forces combat diver told Insider.
A sprawling tactical industry is teaching American civilians how to fight like Special Ops forces. By preparing for violence at home, are they calling it into being?
"It's sad that we have to get to that point, but you know our expectation is that someone may try to kill us," Rep. Peter Meijer told MSNBC.
"Officer Eugene Goodman was the only thing standing between the mob and the United States Senate," a congressional leader said.
(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Last year had its share of science and technology advances from Army researchers. The US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command, now known as DEVCOM, Army Research Laboratory, the Army's corporate research laboratory, has the mission to operationalize science for transformational overmatch. The lab's leading scientists picked the coolest advances to showcase how Army scientists and researchers are supporting the Soldier of the future with a top 10 list from 2020.
Every few months, a swath of central North Carolina becomes the territory of Pineland, where aspiring Green Berets put their skills to the test.
"The rights of freedom of speech and assembly do not give anyone the right to resort to violence, sedition and insurrection."
The move follows a request from a veteran in Congress who asked the Army to review troops and root out those sympathetic to domestic terrorists.
The US Army just took a giant step toward developing killer robots that can see and identify faces in the dark. DEVCOM, the US Army’s corporate research department, last week published a pre-print paper documenting the development of an image database for training AI to perform facial recognition using thermal images. Why this matters: Robots can use night vision optics to effectively see in the dark, but to date there’s been no method by which they can be trained to identify surveillance targets using only thermal imagery. This database, made up of hundreds of thousands of images consisting of regular… This story continues at The Next Web
With the new M17 and M18 pistols being adopted across the military, there are a number of reasons that service members will be glad to see the M9 go.
Mark Watson — better known as “Soldier Knows Best” — has been reviewing tech on YouTube since the very first iPhone. He joins Andre Stone and Ariana Escalante the Digital Trends CES Experience Center to talk about product announcements from Sony, Samsung, and more.
The decision to restore this capability and begin qualifying crews again is a result of a shift in the Army's tactical strategies in recent years
Democratic Rep. Jason Crow, a former US Army Ranger with multiple combat deployments, was the last to leave the room.
"This is likely to be the worst month of the pandemic," a county health official said in a statement. "The surge from the holiday gatherings is here."
Colorado police say a National Guard soldier, who was the first woman to earn the Special Forces tab and coveted Green Beret. received a summons.
In the early morning hours of December 20, 1989, Delta Force operators descended on a Panamanian prison holding CIA operative Kurt Muse.
(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Multi-domain operations, the Army's future operating concept, requires autonomous agents with learning components to operate alongside the warfighter. New Army research reduces the unpredictability of current training reinforcement learning policies so that they are more practically applicable to physical systems, especially ground robots.