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Russian Troops Will Be Getting Tactical Bomb Drones | Defense One

Having learned from ISIS attacks in Syria, Russia is rushing to put armed drones on the front lines. Following in the footsteps of U.S. Marines and Special Forces, the Russian military is looking to outfit soldiers with small multi-rotor drones armed with explosives, the Russian Defense Ministry told Russian news site Izvestia. “It is planned that the new flight vehicles ... Read More »

A-10 Warthog hits bird, drops 3 dummy bombs over Florida | Air Force Times

The Air Force says it’s investigating after a fighter jet struck a bird and dropped three dummy bombs used for training over northern Florida. Moody Air Force Base in central Georgia said in a news release there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage after the 25-pound (11-kilogram), nonexplosive training munitions were dropped Monday afternoon by an A-10C Thunderbolt ... Read More »

Mystical’ psychedelic compound found in normal brains of rats | Science Daily

In the past few years, thrill-seekers from Hollywood, Silicon Valley and beyond have been travelling to South America to take part in so-called Ayahuasca retreats. Their goal: to partake in a brewed concoction made from a vine plant Banisteriopsis caapi, traditionally used by indigenous people for sacred religious ceremonies. Drinkers of Ayahuasca experience short-term hallucinogenic episodes many describe as life-changing. ... Read More »

Delta Is Bringing Free Cocktails, Bistro-style Dining, and Hot Towel Service to Economy | Travel and Leisure

Main Cabin passengers traveling on international routes with Delta Air Lines will soon have an elevated experience to look forward to as the airline is introducing a completely reinvented service starting in November. The experience begins from boarding, with pursers and lead flight attendants greeting guests both at the gate house and at the boarding door before passengers receive a ... Read More »

Entrepreneurship: The True Process of Learning | Entrepreneur

There are people who learn while working and the key to become perfect is to practice and this is how one can become perfect. Journey as an entrepreneur is a process of self-teaching. A few tips that can help you learn and become perfect while working are as follows. Source: Entrepreneurship: The True Process of Learning | Entrepreneur  Read More »

Laser helps special forces kill terrorists in a heartbeat | The Times

Special forces could use a laser beam to positively identify terrorists from their heartbeats before they are targeted by drone strikes, snipers or arrest squads. The Pentagon has developed the device for the US military to identify suspects through cardiac signatures — which are unique to a person. Prototypes work at up to 200 metres (650ft) but the system’s creators ... Read More »

Defense Department to ban beer and pizza? Mandatory keto diet may enhance military performance | Military Times

The controversial ketogenic or “keto” diet may be the future of the military, some defense officials say. Service members, and Navy SEALS especially, may have to forgo beer and burritos for skinny cocktails and avocado salad (forget the tortilla chips) if a proposal from Special Operations Command gains momentum. While a nutritionally enhanced future could eventually be put into effect ... Read More »

Gosberton’s World War II Auxiliary Unit specially trained to resist Nazi German invasion during Second World War | Spalding Today

The search is on to uncover a “secret army” of resistance fighters specially trained to stop Gosberton falling into Nazi German hands during World War II. Researchers are trying to find out more about Auxiliary Units set up by wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill, including one in Gosberton that was made up of six men who were ready to act ... Read More »

50 years after moon landing: Army colonel taking ‘giant leap’ to space | Army

Fifty years after Neil Armstrong said, “One small leap for man, one giant leap for mankind,” during the historic Apollo 11 moon landing, one American Soldier will take the next “giant leap” into space. Col. Andrew Morgan, astronaut and Army emergency physician, is counting down to his launch for a nine-month mission aboard the International Space Station, July 20 — ... Read More »

When will these disabled veterans get millions of dollars in refunds? | Military Times

Lawmakers have asked the Veterans Affairs department for a detailed schedule for repaying millions of dollars in refunds to disabled veterans who were erroneously charged home loan fees. In a June 6 report issued by the VA Inspector General, auditors stated an estimated 72,900 exempt veterans were incorrectly charged an estimated $286 million in funding fees for their VA home ... Read More »

Pentagon: Fort Carson Green Beret dies in Afghanistan | The Gazette

A Fort Carson soldier died Sunday in a “non-combat” incident in Afghanistan, the Pentagon announced. The 10th Special Forces Group’s Sgt. 1st Class Elliott J. Robbins, 31, from Ogden, Utah, died in Helmand province in southern Afghanistan. The Pentagon said the cause of his death remains under investigation. He’s the second 10th Group soldier to die in recent days. Master ... Read More »

Trouble Sleeping? 5 Tips To Improve Sleep At Night | Medical Daily

A third of all Americans are getting less than the recommended seven hours of sleep per day. Lack of sleep leads to diabetes, weight gain and high blood pressure. Unfortunately, many people struggle to find ways to improve their sleep quality. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, every adult must sleep at least seven hours per ... Read More »

7 tips on how to save money after a pay day | Legit

Have you ever found yourself asking, ‘how come I am broke before the end of the month?’ The reason is that most people invest their money in things they don’t really need. Many salary earners consider a good job an opportunity to save more of their salary and, in the end, come to an improved lifestyle. Unfortunately, the truth is ... Read More »