Ex-Army Sergeant’s Murder Conviction Leads To Possible Execution

September 28, 2018 G W 0

An ex-United States Army Staff Sergeant reacted to a ‘bad day’ in the worst possible way imaginable. In 2016, Ronald Hamilton, in the midst of a domestic dispute with his wife, shot and killed a police officer, his wife, and shot and wounded two other police officers. Two years later, he’s finally been convicted of the crime, and prosecutors promised that they would push for the death penalty. On February 27, 2016, officers were called to the home of Ronald Hamilton, a 32-year-old Staff Sergeant (E-6) who worked at the Pentagon, and who was the son of a police officer. (Read More)

US To Remove Several Missile Defense Systems From The Middle East

September 27, 2018 G W 0

The United States has long been the world’s last remaining military superpower; better equipped and trained, and with more troops than Russia, and with better trained and equipped troops (and more troops capable of being immediately fielded) than China. Because of this, the United States of America, with soldiers stationed at bases around the world, has provided much of the defense for many allied nations. Next month, however, the United States has declared that it will move several Patriot missile systems out of the Middle East.  These systems will be brought back to the U.S., where they can be refurbished (Read More)

Combat-Decorated Green Beret Takes On a New Enemy: The Washington Swamp

September 26, 2018 G W 0

The 2018 election season has showcased the rise of extreme leftists in hard-left parts of the nation, and to many voters, it seems these ‘democratic socialists’ have received the lion’s share of air time, despite their general lack of qualification or accomplishment. In Florida, once veteran hope to change that dynamic. That candidate, who is prepared to do battle with the swamp, is Michael Waltz, and he’s running for Florida’s Sixth Congressional District. The seat he’s decided to fill is currently held by Congressman Ron DeSantis, who is running for governor. Most impressive is that Waltz wears the famed cross (Read More)

Pentagon Declares War On Transportation ‘Trend’

September 21, 2018 G W 0

In the past few weeks, many urban areas in the United States have gotten their first taste of life with scooters, thanks to Bird, Lime, and other similar businesses. Opinions vary wildly, though many have complained about the way that the scooters are used and how the businesses operate. However, the Pentagon appears to hate the fashionable, trendy, motorized scooters with a passion. They have such animosity for the devices that they have impounded a number of them, which are not cleared for operation within the confines of the Pentagon’s campus. Last week, in one day, Pentagon police found a (Read More)

Air Force Calls For Largest Build Up Since Cold War

September 20, 2018 G W 0

The United States military has been engaged in combat operations for more than a decade and a half, fighting the Global War on Terror and taking on Islamic extremism throughout the middle east and Africa. This constant tempo of deployments has stretched forces to their limits, and some portions of the military are hoping to expand. Especially after the various military freezes and cuts during the Barack Obama administration, some organizations within the military have said that they are not able to do what is demanded of them with what they had. The Air Force is faced with just this (Read More)