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Honor our Vets by Prosecuting Traitors

It's important to recognize those who serve our country and those who work against our country. Edward Snowden is an example of the latter. His disclosures make it more likely we will have to fight more wars and
suffer through more terrorism. He has greatly weakened our defenses.

Edward Snowden Labeled a Modern-day Alger Hiss

Former Republican Senator Jon Kyl says former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, now living in Moscow, is “this generation’s Alger Hiss” and “may be one of the worst traitors in the history of our nation.” Alger Hiss, the State Department official who was convicted of perjury in 1950 for denying he was a Soviet spy, served 44 months in prison.

Coast Guard Saves 4 From Severe Weather 24 miles off Matagorda Bay

Video by United States Coast Guard District 8

2013 Veterans Day Specials and Discounts

Free Entrance Into National Parks - This freebie is in honor of Veterans Day but everyone can take part in it. Over 100 national parks will waive admission fees on November 9-11, 2013 in honor of Veteran's Day.

Free Admission Into Knott's Berry Farm - From November 4-27, 2013, veterans and those on active military duty can get free admission to Knott's Berry Farm for themselves and one other.

Free Haircuts at Sports Clips - Veterans and active duty U.S. service members can stop into participating Sports Clips on Monday, November 11, 2013 to get a free haircut.

GOT A NICKEL? YOU COULD'VE BOUGHT A CARRIER

The U.S. Navy recently sold USS Forrestal (CV 59) for scrap, netting the grand total of one cent.

Squad Live Fire

Video by Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Public Affairs

FRC Commends Army Secretary for Intervening After Anti-Christian Briefing at Fort Hood

Family Research Council (FRC) commended Army Secretary John McHugh for swiftly intervening after learning about another Army briefing that listed Christian Evangelical groups as a "threat" to the United States. The latest incident occurred at Fort Hood, the site of a domestic terrorist attack by radical Islamist Nidal Hasan in November, 2009.

TROUBLE AT 8TH AND I?

Marine Corps Commandant Accused of Unlawful Command Influence
By Harold Hutchison

Did the Commandant of the Marine Corps engage in unlawful command influence during the investigation into Marines who were seen on video urinating on the corpses of dead Taliban? That is the question a number of former military officers who served as JAGs are now asking.

The Oath of Office - No expiration date

Take Action: Troops told that Christian org is hate group

This week news broke that a recent briefing to Army soldiers at Camp Shelby in Mississippi featured and endorsed dangerous and false left-wing anti-Christian propaganda. In this briefing, Fox News writer Todd Starnes reports that U.S. Army troops were explicitly led to believe that the American Family Association (AFA) -- a Christian ministry -- was a "hate group" which soldiers should avoid at all costs.

A-10 Show of Force

Videos by 99th Air Base Wing

Million Vet March on DC

Get ready to join a million vets in Washington DC and online! The Administration has closed down war memorials that are normally open 24/7 and that do not have any staff to guard them under normal circumstances.

TURKEY TO BUY CHICOM MISSILES?

Knockoff of S-300 Wins Competition
By Harold Hutchison

Turkey has touched off a major kerfluffle among NATO countries after selecting a Chinese surface-to-air missile system for purchase. The decision has drawn criticism from numerous quarters.

According to media reports, Turkey has chosen the HQ-9 system, which is comparable to the Russian S-300 SAM. The manufacturer, China National Precision Machinery Import and Export Corporation, has been subjected to sanctions for doing business with Iran, which has purchased anti-ship missiles from the company.