The Gaza Aid Pier Is Officially Dead After Being Removed Over Weather for a Fourth Time

A U.S. Army soldier directs traffic across the Trident Pier

Almost a week after Pentagon officials began suggesting that the temporary pier in Gaza may not return, the deputy commander of U.S. Central Command has confirmed that the pier’s mission is over. “Now that that maritime surge mission was successful, it’s now transitioning from a temporary pier in Gaza to a port in Ashdod, Israel,” […]

Alabama National Guard Leader Says World More Dangerous Than Any Time Since World War II

Brigadier General David Pritchett

Brigadier General David Pritchett, an Alabama native and Auburn University graduate, was recognized as the new adjutant general of the Alabama National Guard at a change of command ceremony in Montgomery on Friday, Jan. 5. Pritchett takes over the leadership position from Major General Sheryl Gordon, who retired after more than six years as adjutant general. Pritchett, who started his military career with the Marine Corps in […]

West Point Opens 200-Year-Old Time Capsule and Finds … Silt?

West Point Time Capsule

Brig. Gen. Shane Reeves, broadcasting to the world on a livestream Monday morning, rattled off a list of possibilities as to what could be inside the nearly 200-year-old time capsule that was sitting center stage before the crowd gathered in West Point’s Thayer Hall. West Point had been building anticipation for nearly two weeks over […]

The Trinity Test Site Is Open One More Time This Year. You Might Not Get In.

Plaque on the obelisk that marks ground zero at the Trinity Site

The Army said the only day for tourists to visit the Trinity nuclear test site in New Mexico this year could be packed amid the massive popularity of the blockbuster movie “Oppenheimer.” White Sands Missile Range, where the U.S. detonated the world’s first nuclear weapon known as “the Gadget” on July 16, 1945, as part […]