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Kalashnikov 5: Brand-new AK-12 rifle unveiled (VIDEO, PHOTOS)

Kalashnikov have unveiled the latest incarnation of their iconic assault rifle, the AK-47. The company says new generation firearm called the AK-12 combines reliability with precision, and can be used with one hand.

Some Gave All

Today is Memorial Day. There are folks who have already hit the road to whatever destination they have chosen. There are some who will be grilling and having get togethers with friends and family. What do all of these share in common? They are all things that can be done in this great free country we live in. A freedom that we often take for granted and forget that the blood of many American service members has spilled for this country.

Resettlement Camps: May Be Performed As DOMESTIC Civil Support Operations

We’ve known for years that the U.S. Military has been preparing for civil unrest and riot response within the continental United States. Likewise, the Pentagon, Department of Homeland Security and various other government alphabet agencies have been actively preparing for how to handle natural and man-made crises that include everything from large scale economic collapse to war and asteroid strikes.

Happy Easter!!

We would like to wish you and your loved ones a happy and safe Easter holiday. We hope that you are able to spend quality time with family and friends. Our thoughts and prayers go out to our Military who are deployed and cannot be with their families this day. May God protect them from harms way and bring them home safe and sound. They are making a sacrifice for a debt we can never repay.

Aircraft Carrier Enterprise Sets Off On Final Journey – Direction Iran

May God bless our Sailors and Marines. Today at noon Eastern, the storied aircraft carrier Enterprise, aka CVN-65, left its home port of Naval Station Norfolk one final time for its final voyage with a heading: Arabian Sea, akaIran. There in a week it will join CVN 72 Lincoln and CVN 70 Vinson, as well as LHD 8 Makin Island, all of which are supporting any potential escalation of “hostilities” in the Persian Gulf region.

Depressed Army Reservist Attacked By Police Force After Calling For Help

This article was written by J.D. Heyes and originally published at Natural News The military spends tens of thousands of man hours annually and no small amounts of money training its personnel to seek help for any feelings of hopelessness or depression they may experience. The Army, especially, focuses on this issue because the suicide rate among its members has hit new highs in the wake of a decade of war in two separate theaters involving multiple deployments for millions of soldiers. That concern has also spilled over into the Guard and...