Nukes for Neighbors- The world is about to get much more dangerous

The death of the INF Treaty just made the world much more dangerous. Welcome to Cold War 2.0

Strange But True: The US Military Once Wanted to Blow Up the Moon

The United States military once wanted to detonate a nuclear weapon on the moon without a full understanding of its consequences. Sheer lunacy, you say? But the story is true. Well, sort of.

Veteran’s Review: First Man

Let’s get the controversy out of the way up front. Academy award-winning director Damien Chazelle’s film on the life of Neil Armstrong was met with outrage before it was initially released in theaters in October 2018.

VETERAN'S REVIEW: A Dog's Way Home

An unexpected parable on veteran homelessness and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) subtly hidden just below the sugary-sweet score and sentimental dialogue adds an unexpected (but welcome) dimension to this kids’ movie.

Nukes for Neighbors- The world is about to get much more dangerous

Strange But True: The US Military Once Wanted to Blow Up the Moon

Veteran’s Review: First Man

VETERAN'S REVIEW: A Dog's Way Home

A few hours before the Pentagon released its first Artificial Intelligence strategy,SASC Chair James Inhofe was asked why the US military – and the US generally – appeared to be doing so relatively little about it, while China has made AI the centerpiece of an outright societal realignment, complete with a master plan and huge amounts of targeted money.
In January 2019, the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) released its unclassified assessment of China’s military capabilities, with the telling subtitle: “Modernizing a Force to Fight and Win.”