World War II and PLUTO: The Pipeline under the Ocean

After the D-Day landings at Normandy and the initial breakthrough of the Nazi-held Western Front, the Allies found themselves needing a significant amount of fuel for their growing number of military vehicles.

Beyond UFOs: What Are Navy Pilots Seeing in the Skies?

Are the recent flood of U.S. Navy fighter pilot UFO sightings aliens? Or a top-secret U.S. aerospace project?

Could the Allies Pull off a Secret D-Day Invasion of Normandy Today?

On June 6, 1944, over 150,000 Allied troops landed in Normandy commencing one of the most daring operations in military history, the invasion of Nazi-occupied France.

D-Day: The Military Stories of Four Brave Celebrities

This week sees the 75th anniversary of the now-legendary Allied invasion of Fortress Europe. While incredible movies like “The Longest Day” and “Saving Private Ryan” do justice to the heroic acts of that fateful day, the real heroes were unassuming Americans, Canadians, Brits and Australians who answered their nation’s call to push back against tyranny.

World War II and PLUTO: The Pipeline under the Ocean

Beyond UFOs: What Are Navy Pilots Seeing in the Skies?

Could the Allies Pull off a Secret D-Day Invasion of Normandy Today?

D-Day: The Military Stories of Four Brave Celebrities

The decision by U.S. President Trump to pull back from a retaliatory strike against Iran for the downing of a surveillance drone because there would be “too many deaths for a proportionate response” has been painted as a backtrack. Instead, “President Trump approved an offensive cyber strike that disabled computer systems used by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps to control rocket and missile launches.”