B uck, a former US Army Ranger-turned-Special Forces communication sergeant, quietly watched as a C cargo airplane lifted off from the runway at Jalalabad Airfield with a deafening roar, quickly ascending into the pitch-black sky. Only 11 kilometers from the Pakistan border, the remote camp is one of the most forward positions the US military holds in the fight against ISIS-Khorasan. Buck eventually boarded a single blacked-out aircraft and departed with little fanfare, heading east and high, quickly leaving behind the relative safety of a major US military base.
Please refresh the page and retry. P olice investigating the disappearance of toddler, Katrice Lee, from a British army base in Germany, almost years ago, have arrested a man in Wiltshire. Officers from the Royal Military Police made the arrest in the Moredon area of Swindon, where they have also been seen digging up a garden and searching a property.
It is the most extensive system of sand dunes in Cornwall and is believed to be the landing site of Saint Piran. Dating from the 6th century, St Piran's Oratory is thought to be one of the oldest Christian sites in Britain. The remains were discovered in the late 18th century, and in the covering sand was removed to reveal a building more than a thousand years old, in a reasonable state of preservation.
Army Wives is an American drama television series that followed the lives of four army wives, one army husband, and their families. The series premiered on Lifetime on June 3, and ran for seven seasons, ending on June 9, The show had the largest series premiere in Lifetime's year history, and the largest viewership in the pm to pm time slot since December for Lifetime.
An army bomb squad captain had to smash his way through a wall after getting locked naked in a toilet by his drunk troops. The captain faces a huge bill after tearing the ceramic toilet from the ground and battering it against the wall, creating a large hole that he eventually climbed out of. Sources told the Mail On Sunday that the men undressed their officer after he fell asleep in their room and carried him into the cubicle.
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. The video has yet to be verified, but top officials ordered an investigation into party at Britain's largest army base. A link has been sent to your friend's email address.
The U. Patrick Seiber, a spokesman for the Army, told Business Insider. Seiber said there was no evidence at this point suggesting the site was related to the "Marines United" Facebook page.
German army conscripts broke their silence yesterday over a scandal of widespread physical abuse of soldiers at a military base, and told how they were bound, beaten and subjected to electric shocks by instructors in staged hostage-taking exercises this year. The scandal, which has provoked comparisons with the torture of Iraqi detainees at the US Army's Abu Ghraib prison, is being investigated by state prosecutors and 16 NCOs have been suspended, although no victim had been prepared to speak out in public. They told Bild newspaper they were abused during regular hostage-taking exercises in which they were hooded and beaten.