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Medieval Knight Reenactor Killed By His Own Lance In ‘Freak Accident’

A popular medieval knight re-enactor died over the weekend after accidentally impaling himself during a performance in front of a crowd.  Peter Barclay was competing in an equestrian game in Williamstown, Kentucky on Saturday when the fatal injury occurred. The military veteran attempted to spear a...

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Across the spectrum of military technologies, the U.S. is losing its edge as competitors gain ground.

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Girl, 5, was riding bicycle when struck by garbage truck in Aliamanu Military Reservation

Honolulu police said a 5-year-old girl died after she was struck by a garbage truck while she was riding her bicycle at the Aliamanu Military Reservation Wednesday afternoon.

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Over the course of 12 months, the U.S. Army discharged more than 500 immigrant enlistees who were recruited across the globe for their language or medical skills and promised a fast track to citizenship in exchange for their service. The decade-old Military Accessions Vital to the National...

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Aussie Air Force freaks out entire city by flying insanely close to buildings

This is the terrifying moment a Royal Australian Air Force jet flew shockingly close to high-rise buildings in Brisbane – sparking comparisons with 9/11. The eye-popping stunt saw the military plane flying just 300 feet from ground-level as it weaved between skyscrapers, in what has been described...

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Imagine if the United States military could send combat vehicles like tanks into battle with enemies – but without a single American on the battlefield – instead, the vehicles drive and fight autonomously. 

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The U.S. military has grounded the entire fleet of F-35 stealth fighter jets following a crash in South Carolina last month while on a training mission, officials said Thursday.

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An Egyptian military court on Thursday sentenced 17 Islamic militants to death for involvement in deadly attacks on Christians, a rights lawyer said.

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Washington and Lee renames buildings, replaces military portraits of its namesakes

Washington and Lee University makes changes that are part of an ongoing reexamination of the school's history.

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An adolescent girl grapples with the absence of her father in “Sadie,” Megan Griffiths’ exploration of the darker side of girlhood. Sophia Mitri Schloss delivers a powerful performance as the troubled Sadie, who is fixated on her military father, away at war. Her mother, Rae (Melanie...

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The Israeli military says it has grounded its fleet of F-35 warplanes after a similar aircraft crashed in the U.S. The Israeli military said the U.S. has shared the findings of its investigation into the crash two weeks ago

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Your Jersey license is still valid ID at the airport, but not for long

Travelers got another stay of execution to continue using NJ driver's licenses accepted as ID at the airport, but not for long. Jersey drivers who want to use their license as identification at the airports are in luck. Federal officials will accept them for another year. But change is coming....

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WASHINGTON - Beer, pizza and defense. Americans spend more on each of these than anyone else. So what? These facts say nothing about how happy, healthy or safe we are. They are meaningless without context.

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Bayonne makes its choice for ferry operator

The city appears to be one step closer to having a commuter ferry. BAYONNE -- The city appears to be one step closer to having a commuter ferry. The City Council next week is expected to approve a ferry operator to provide service from the former Military Ocean Terminal to Manhattan. On the agenda...

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Officials are inspecting possible faulty engine fuel tubes after a crash in South Carolina.

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Washington and Lee University makes changes that are part of an ongoing reexamination of the school's history.

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Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said he plans to introduce a bill this week to cut off all military aid to Saudi Arabia until missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is returned alive.

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Menendez and Aleckson both receive support from USC’s Military & Veteran Initiatives. The post Finding community: Female veterans adjust to life at USC appeared first on Daily Trojan.

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Menendez and Aleckson both receive support from USC’s Military & Veteran Initiatives. The post Finding community: Female veterans adjust to life at USC appeared first on Daily Trojan.

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