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Air Force Says Hypersonic Missile Tests Could Kill Four Snails And 90 Clams

A USAF report cites a range of environmental impacts that could be caused by missile testing including the highly anticipated ARRW live-fire test. The U.S. Air Force (USAF) has determined that future tests of the AGM-183A Air-launched Rapid Response Weapon hypersonic boost-glide vehicle, or ARRW, could result in the deaths of four Top Shell snails and up to 90 clams at Kwajalein Atoll in the South Pacific.
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Wreckage of USS Nevada found in Pacific Ocean

The USS Nevada, an iconic U.S. battleship that survived the attack on Pearl Harbor, has been found in the Pacific Ocean. The ship's wreckage was located 65 nautical miles southwest of Pearl Harbor more than 15,000 feet below the water's surface. Video provided by SEARCH and Ocean Infinity shows the wreckage.
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Clark Gable and His WW2 Death Wish

Clark Gable did not intend to see action when World War II came to America. Which is not to say he ignored the war. Gable was there that day in 1940 when President Franklin Roosevelt gave his famous “Arsenal of Democracy” speech from the Oval Office. And, indeed, the first thing the movie star did when he heard about the Pearl Harbor attack was cable FDR to offer his full support—and, tellingly, the besieged president promptly answered right back.
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Remains of 3 sailors killed during attack on Pearl Harbor identified

The remains of three crewmates who were killed in the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor have been identified, officials said. Authorities used DNA as well as dental and anthropological analysis to identify Navy Seaman Second Class Floyd D. Helton, 18, of Somerset, Kentucky, the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency said in a statement.
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B-52H bombers fly over the Arctic from Spain to Louisiana

June 18 (UPI) -- B-52H Stratofortress bombers flew from Spain to Louisiana in a long-range mission over the Arctic and Pacific Oceans, the U.S. Air Force said on Friday. The planes of the 2nd Bomb Wing -- normally stationed at Barksdale Air Force Base, La. -- left Moron Air Base, Spain, and completed their 27,00-milke, 12-hour mission with Bomber Task Force Europe before arriving at Barksdale.
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Cpl Waverly Woodson Jr. was a WWII Medic who Saved Over 200 Lives During the D-Day Omaha Beach Battle

“He pulled out bullets, patched gaping wounds, and dispensed blood plasma. He amputated a right foot. When he thought he could do no more, he resuscitated four drowning men. Thirty hours after he set his boots on Omaha Beach, Woody Woodson collapsed.” ~Linda Hervieux (author) -Forgotten: The Untold Story of D-Day’s Black Heroes, at Home and at War.
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'Sangorians' take a page from insurgent playbook in fight against Taliban

They name themselves after a Turkish soap opera, count former Taliban insurgents among their ranks and dress like their enemies, but the shadowy "Sangorians" militiamen are among the fiercest forces on the Afghan battlefield. They were established in 2015 by Abdul Jabar Qahraman, a high-ranking politician and military commander who was assassinated three years later by a Taliban bomb. Local media reports say the covert group has received training from the country's spy agency as well as foreign forces. And the Jamestown Foundation -- a US-based conservative think-tank -- says it was established specifically to infiltrate and disrupt the Taliban.
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Mark Levin calls for firing of Naval chief: He's pushing a 'racist' book by 'Marxist' Kendi

Former Reagan Justice Department official and host of "Life, Liberty & Levin" Mark Levin called for President Biden to fire Adm. Michael Gilday, chief of Naval Operations. Gilday was recently questioned by House Armed Services Committee member Jim Banks, R-Ind., who called attention to his inclusion of "How to Be an Anti-Racist" by left-wing academic Ibram X. Kendi, in recommended reading for Naval officers.

Confusion in Afghanistan as U.S. cancels NATO flag-lowering ceremony

WASHINGTON — The U.S.-led military mission in Afghanistan planned to hold a flag-lowering ceremony on Friday in Kabul with NATO allies but the event was cancelled at the last moment amid questions over what the ceremony was meant to signify, according to three U.S. Defense officials. The cancellation reflected a...
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Pentagon pulling 'certain forces and capabilities,' including air defenses, from Middle East

The Biden administration is withdrawing “certain forces and capabilities," mostly air defense systems, from the Middle East, the Pentagon confirmed Friday. “The secretary of Defense directed the commander of U.S. Central Command to remove from the region this summer certain forces and capabilities, primarily air defense assets,” Pentagon spokesperson Cmdr. Jessica McNulty said in a statement.
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United States withdrawing some troops, aircraft from Middle East

The Biden administration is pulling out hundreds of troops, aircraft and anti-missile batteries from the Middle East, the Wall Street Journal exclusively reported on Friday. Why it matters: The decision reflects the administration's intent to reduce its footprint in the Middle East and instead bolster armed services against China and Russia.
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Aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson arrives in Hawaii

June 18 (UPI) -- The U.S. Navy's Carrier Strike Group 1, led by the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson, arrived in Hawaii for training, the Navy announced on Friday. The strike group includes the aircraft carrier, Carrier Air Wing 2, Destroyer Squadron 1 and the guided-missile destroyers USS O'Kane USS Howard, USS Chafee, USS Dewey and USS Michael Murphy.