Pentagon Reviewing Social Media Apps

Pentagon Reviewing Social Media Apps

After social media companies retaliated against a pro-American influence operation with conceivable ties to the U.S. government, the Pentagon is now examining its information warfare operations. Following concerns expressed by Biden administration officials, the Department of Defense asked its military units participating in psychological operations to produce a thorough accounting of their efforts by next […]

National Guard Cancels Drills as Congress Fails to Reimburse for Capitol Security

National Guard Cancels Drills as Congress Fails to Reimburse for Capitol Security

Congress redirected monies allotted to state National Guard divisions to pay for troops protecting the Capitol after the Jan. 6th insurrection to ensure the safety of those working in the building and protect the then-incoming presidential team. After months of Congressional delays, states were forced to cut their Guard budgets drastically. On July 27, 2021, […]

Senate to Amend Military Selective Service Registration to Include Women

Senate to Amend Military Selective Service Registration to Include Women

Since its inception, women have fought in this country’s wars — based on stories passed down generationally and ample evidence since WWII.  Yet, it was not until 2016 the military opened up combat jobs to women. The next logical step is to require them to join men 18-25 in being required to register with the […]

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