Navy Finally Responds Following Deadly Crash That Killed 7 Sailors

May 8, 2018 James Baker 0

The Navy has just released preliminary information regarding the officers involved in the tragic Fitzgerald crash that took place last year on July 17th when the battle destroyer made contact with a civilian merchant shipping vessel. Seven sailors died in the accident. Two of the three officers involved in the accident still have their names concealed, but will be made public at a hearing later this week. Lt. j.g. Sarah Coppock was the officer in charge—the officer of the deck (OOD) early on that fateful day as the Fitzgerald made its way through Japanese waters. She will face a court-martial (Read More)

Senate Confirms Pompeo as Top U.S. Diplomat on the Front of North Korean Meeting

April 27, 2018 James Baker 0

The Senate has now cleared Mike Pompeo to serve as the next Secretary of State. The decision comes with perfect timing as South and North Korea make a historic leap towards talks of peace. Pompeo will now serve as America’s top diplomat during high-intensity engagements—such as those with North Korea sure to already be in the works. Pompeo is the outgoing CIA director and a West Point graduate. He is slated to be sworn in immediately and will depart within just hours on his first diplomatic voyage to Europe. The vote in the Senate was 57-42, one of the closest (Read More)

Senators Unite to Stop VA Confirmation

April 24, 2018 James Baker 0

Senators are now discussing the possibility of delaying President Trump’s Veteran Affairs nominee as some are now stirring controversy that he is unfit for the job. White House doctor and Navy rear admiral, Ronny Jackson, was originally scheduled to go before the nomination committee on Wednesday, but that may now be pushed back. Senate Democrat Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut is one of the politicians involved in the push-back. A member of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee, he says the questions being raised are more than fair. “I think there may well be a need for more time, in fairness to (Read More)

Shocking Video of Re-Enlistment Goes Viral, Leaders Removed Immediately

April 20, 2018 James Baker 0

An Air National Guard Colonel from Tennessee has been demoted and removed from his post after a video was posted online and went viral. Seen clearly in the video, the Colonel allows a senior NCO to take an oath of re-enlistment while wearing a puppet on her right hand. The unnamed NCO who video-taped the proceedings has also lost his rank as First Sergeant and is facing administrative action—but will stay in the guard. Watch below: WTF Remember when the Profession of Arms was taken seriously?!? SMDH!!! Tennessee Air National Guard Public Affairs United States Air Force Air National Guard (Read More)

U.S. Now Working with Allies on Joint Syria Strike

April 13, 2018 James Baker 0

The United States along with Britain and France united Thursday night over plans to respond with military action against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces following the vicious chemical attack that was carried out last week. President Trump held meetings with his national security team and members of the Pentagon to weigh all military options against the country. Two days ago the president sent a tweet directed at Putin for his support of Assad despite his use of vicious chemical attacks against his own people. Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready Russia, because (Read More)