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Saturday, November 26, 2022

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For the Navy sailors who disarm mines and bombs, the learning never stops | Daily Press

According to Master Chief Petty Officer Brian Jurgens, learning how to dive isn't the first lesson you have to learn to become a Navy. Instead, learning how to learn is the key. A Navy must be willing to learn...

The worldwide web as we know it may be ending | CNN Business

In the last few years, the worldwide web isn't exactly like how it was years ago. With most of the big tech giants facing their struggles, it isn't surprising to learn that the online world could become different soon....

Tattooed vet competes for cover girl spot with ‘Inked’ magazine | Military Times

Marie Oberloh is an Army veteran who fell in love with getting inked. Her first tattoo was the Korean spelling of her name, and since then she fell in love with the art that she just can't stop adding...

A tenacious nation built on shape-shifting land | BBC Travel

Bangladesh is a country known as "nature-on-the-move" due to its most dynamic and extensive river networks in the world. The country is prone to natural disasters than in the past three decades. It has overcome around 200 natural disasters....

Why it’s so difficult for the military to weed out extremists | Task & Purpose

For the military, weeding out extremists has become so difficult because these extremists have the obscure subculture that allows them to form invisible bonds, making them untraceable. Out of all the extremist cases, each of them is neither unique...

The Himalayan peak off limits to climbers | BBC Travel

In a country where mountain tourism is a boom lies a Machhapuchhare, an iconic 6,993m mountain in central Nepal's Annapurna. Unluckily, climbing the mountain is forbidden because of its height, but because of a man named Lieutenant Colonel James...

50-mile winds and bone-chilling temperatures: Welcome to the military’s Arctic survival school | Task & Purpose

Located north of the Arctic Circle, near the northernmost point of Alaska, the S-V81-C Barren Land Arctic Survival training is known as Air Force’s frigid arctic survival school. This so-called Cool School has 50-mile winds and bone-chilling temperatures, showing...

Beer honoring Black Hawk crash victim and SAS trooper Josh Porter to flow at Australian barracks | ABC News

In honor of Josh Porter, a fallen SAS trooper, Sunshine Coast brewery in Queensland crafts a beer. The specially made beer is expected to be canned and in Australian barracks this year. Porter died in 2006 when the Black...

Israel and US begin Arrow-4 development | Defense News

In an announcement made a day after U.S. President Joe Biden spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel and the United States have already started developing the Arrow-4 missile defense system. According to Israel's Defense Ministry, the system...

PETA pushes Pentagon to end the drinking of cobra blood during jungle survival training | Stars & Stripes

In its second attempt to stop the annual Cobra Gold exercise in Thailand, PETA, an animal rights group, has filed another petition to the Pentagon. Cobra Gold is a multinational exercise co-hosted by the United States and Thailand where...

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Let us thank Ukraine’s Special Operations Forces: ‘Never was so much owed by so many to so few’ | Daily KOS

Ukraine has succeeded in winning the Battle of Kyiv in a David vs. Goliath battle. The duties given to Ukraine's...

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