Trump pays respects to two killed in Afghanistan

US President Donald Trump paid respects Thursday to a pair of Army officers who were killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan. The president and first lady Melania Trump traveled to Delaware to meet with the officers’ families. (Nov. 22)

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War in Afghanistan comes home for pregnant widow

A young woman is preparing for the birth of a daughter that will bear the name of her father, an Army sergeant killed this past June in Afghanistan. (Oct. 7)

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What Happens Next For Julian Assange (HBO)

Julian Assange’s lawyers are digging in for a furious, last-ditch effort to block his extradition to the U.S., following his dramatic arrest Thursday morning. The WikiLeaks founder was dragged out of the Ecuadorian embassy, where he had been living since 2012.

Assange is now facing up to five years in American prison for allegedly conspiring to hack into a classified Pentagon computer system in 2010. A 2018 indictment, unsealed by the Department of Justice on Thursday, charges him with a single count of conspiracy to commit computer intrusion and alleges that he tried to help former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning gain access to the government computer system in March 2010.

Given Assange’s contentious history with Washington, the initial indictment may be an attempt to bring Assange to the U.S. before targeting him with additional charges, former federal prosecutors told VICE News. His longstanding confrontation with the U.S. government now appears destined to play out in courtrooms in London and Alexandria, Virginia.

“Once the Justice Department gets him over here, they have a lot more leverage over Mr. Assange — and the tables are turned,” said Renato Mariotti, a former U.S. prosecutor based in Chicago. “You don’t need to be a legal analyst to see why the Justice Department would probably like to charge him with all sorts of things.”

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Brazil’s Drug Gangs Are Prepared To Go To War Over Bolsonaro’s Gun Crackdown (HBO)

Brazil’s new president, Jair Bolsonaro, signed a temporary decree on Tuesday fulfilling a campaign promise to tackle the country’s epidemic of violence by making it easier for Brazilians to buy guns.

“I signed this decree, created by many upstanding people, so that at this first moment, upstanding citizens can have peace inside their homes,” Bolsonaro said at the signing ceremomy in the country’s capital, Brasília.

Bolsonaro, a conservative former Army captain, was sworn in as president on Jan. 1 after sweeping to power last year on a hard-line law-and-order platform, pledging to reduce the countrys record murder rate and booming trade in illegal drugs that fuels it.

On the main highway leading into Rio de Janeiro, Brazil’s Federal Highway Patrol or PRF say they’re confiscating record numbers of illegal guns and drugs. The officers patrolling the road seized 18 tons of drugs last year — a more than 300-percent increase from the year before.

“It’s a traditional route for drug traffickers – not just for drugs, but also heavy arms,” Alcino Galvao da Silva, Unit Leader of the Federal Highway Patrol, told VICE News. “Machine guns, bullets, marijuana, and cocaine… It has grown quite a bit, especially in Rio de Janeiro.”

“Johnny,” as he asked VICE News to call him, has been dealing drugs for the Third Command drug gang since he was 16 years-old. Now at 28 he manages all the drugs corners in the neighborhood and isn’t afraid to defend them by force.

“I can tell you that today I’ve got 35 homicides,” “Johnny” told VICE News. “Fear? We don’t have fear. That’s what we’re here for. To kill and die. We’ll die, but die fighting. It’s our war motto: Die fighting.”

Bolsonaros plan to “give guns to good people,” and ramp up the military’s role by giving security forces more power to shoot and kill armed criminals isn’t getting the drug gangs to drop their guns. Third Command says their stockpilling weapons of war.

“He’s going to take the world into an urban war,” “Johnny” told VICE News. “Instead of us killing the Red Command we’re going to go after the guy who is in the police who listened to one of Bolsonaro’s orders.”

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US Army Pilot Tests ALIAS’ Autonomy Capabilities in Demonstration Flight

During an hour-long flight demonstration with DARPA, the U.S. Army and Sikorsky, an Army pilot tested the autonomous capabilities of DARPA’s Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System (ALIAS), conducting a series of realistic missions, including aircrew tasks such as low-level terrain flight, confined area takeoffs and landings, landing zone selection, trajectory planning, and wire-obstacle avoidance. The demonstration took place at Fort Eustis, Virginia, October 2018.

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Trump bestows Medal of Honor on former Army medic

(1 Oct 2018) US President Donald Trump presented the Congressional Medal of Honor Monday to a former Army Special Forces medic who served in Afghanistan. (Oct. 1)

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Mosaic Warfare and Multi-Domain Battle

The U.S. military is beginning to recognize the value of distributed, joint, multi-domain warfighting capability. In the Mosaic Warfare and Multi-Domain Battle keynote and panel session at DARPA’s 60th anniversary symposium, D60, Dr. Timothy Grayson, director of DARPA’s Strategic Technologies Office, explains the concept of mosaic warfare and its path to implementation.

Panelists including senior Army, Navy, and Air Force flag offers provide critical perspectives on the potential game-changing benefits and daunting challenges of mosaic warfare.

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Dr. Timothy Grayson – DARPA, STO

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Dr. Dan Patt – Vecna Robotics

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Gen Herbert “Hawk” Carlisle, USAF Retired – National Defense Industrial Association
ADM Scott Swift – USN Retired
Gen David Perkins – USA Retired

D60 took place Sept. 5-7, 2018, at Gaylord National Harbor, Oxon Hill, Maryland.

Mexican Army locates clandestine crystal meth lab

Mexican Army locates a clandestine methamphetamine laboratory near La Rumorosa town in Tecate, Baja California state, Mexico. According to the Army, the lab can produce up to 200 kilograms of crystal meth daily. On the same operation, the Army also destroys two marijuana plantations with a total surface area of 19,000 square meters.

‘God, help us’: British Army on standby in case of no-deal Brexit supply issues

Ministers planning Brexit told media the Army is on standby to deliver key supplies like food, fuel and medicines in the eventuality of a no-deal scenario. Remainers have likened the revelation to “self-immolation.” READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/9bbf

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President Trump Awards Posthumous Medal of Honor

US President Donald Trump is presenting the Medal of Honor posthumously to Garlin Conner, a 1st Lieutenant in the Army, for conspicuous gallantry during World War II. (June 26)

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N. Korea showcases missiles, jets at military parade marking Army’s 70th anniversary

North Korea held a military parade and rally on Kim Il Sung Square on Thursday, just one day before South Korea hosts the opening ceremony of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

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The Origins Of The US Military Salute

We are all familiar with the most common form of the US military salute, a respective gesture from a military personnel raising her right hand to eye level. But many may not know where it comes from. In fact, the origins of the US military salute isn’t a clear-cut case. Editor of Army Officer’s Guide and Acting Secretary of the American Battle Monuments Commission, Robert J. Dalessandro, shares his insight about the complicated history of the military salute. Following is a transcript of the video.

Robert J. Dalessandro: The origin of the military salute that we use in all the armed services of the United States is really shrouded in mystery. We really don’t get a good look at what the quote, unquote customs, and traditions are until the Army spells them out around World War I.

In the Army, we say that the tradition certainly goes back to Roman times. If you’ve ever seen any of the Roman movies, the Romans would sometimes slap their chest and put their arm up in the air as a matter of salute. And they say that that salute had an origin to show allegiance from your heart and then to show that you didn’t have a weapon in your fighting hand — that your hand was open and that you’re a friend. That’s one of the very early origin stories.

There’s a second one. One is that in the times of the knight. A knight who saw a friendly knight or to pay tribute to a king would raise the visor of his helmet, to let that person see their face. And then, show an open hand, again that they didn’t have a sword in their hand.

If you think about the act of grabbing the visor of your helmet and lifting it up to show your face, and you think about today’s salute where the right arm is taken up and touches the brim of your headgear, helmet, or soft hat, that is very similar to this medieval era days of knights.

I would say those are the two most common origin stories of the salute. We know that all of these legends and myths that have been passed down to us on how the salute started — they have in common the idea of showing that you are not hostile to the person you’re approaching, that you don’t have a weapon in your hand, and that you are in fact a person that wants to speak with, and perhaps honor the person you are approaching.

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Obama Visiting Injured Veterans

Former chief official White House photographer Pete Souza describes Obama’s five meetings with Army Ranger Cory Remsburg, who was injured in Afghanistan. Following is a transcript of the video.

Pete Souza: My name is Pete Souza. I was the chief official White House photographer for President Obama and my new book “Obama: An Intimate Portrait” just came out.

The president would often visit Walter Reed Hospital where wounded soldiers were taken after being injured in Iraq or Afghanistan or really anywhere in the world.

In 2010, we walked into a room and met with Army Ranger Cory Remsburg, who was severely injured in Afghanistan. He had dozens of stitches across his side of his head and was not fully cognizant when we walked into the room.

There was a picture hanging on the wall that I had taken eight months earlier of President Obama meeting Cory Remsburg in Normandy and I had forgotten of that moment. And to see the contrast of this photograph that was hanging on his hospital room wall and the injured Cory in the bed was almost too much to bear. We didn’t know that he was going to recover.

A year, a year and a half later, we were in Phoenix for a speech and Cory met with the president backstage, was learning how to walk again, and was able to walk across this small room using his walker.

And not long thereafter that he was invited to be the guest of honor at the State of the Union speech and sat next to Michelle Obama in her box.

A year after that, we visited Cory again in Arizona. Some veterans had built him a house and we visited his house in suburban Phoenix.

And I think there was one other time towards the end of the administration, he came and visited President Obama in the Oval Office and walked through the door by himself to shake hands with the president.

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The U.S. Army Is Breaking Its Promise To Foreign-Born Recruits (HBO)

The United States Army has canceled the enlistment contracts of hundreds of foreign-born recruits who joined through the Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest program (MAVNI), according to a report published Friday by the Washington Post.

MAVNI launched in 2008 as the brainchild of Margaret Stock, a retired Army lieutenant colonel and MacArthur Genius Fellowship winner. Stock and other Pentagon officials had assessed the weaknesses in military readiness post-9/11 and determined that the Army needed more highly skilled language experts. In exchange for military service, the enlistees would have their citizenship process expedited.

The program started small, with a cap of 1,000 recruits, but early successes pushed up targeted recruitment numbers to 5,200 in 2016. Last year, the Army’s target was 62,500 overall new soldiers, which means roughly 8 percent of new enlistees would be immigrants seeking citizenship. Critics of the program, including Army veteran and Oklahoma Congressman Steve Russell, looked at that number and said the program had outgrown its stated purpose and had turned the Army into an immigration processing center.

The Pentagon announced plans to curtail the MAVNI program last September, citing the need for additional security screenings. The Army stopped taking new recruits, but the approximately 1,000 enlistees who had signed their contracts and not yet shipped out were left in limbo. MAVNI requires anyone who signs up to terminate their current immigration status — so the suspension of the program left many without legal status and open for deportation proceedings.

VICE News went to South Bend, Indiana, to talk to two recruits from China as they prepared for the potential cancellation of their contracts.

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Flynn Regretted “Lock Her Up” Speech Almost Immediately (HBO)

The minute Michael Flynn walked off the stage at the Republican National Convention last July, he knew his speech hadn’t gone well, particularly the “Lock her up” part targeting the Democratic nominee. That’s what Flynn — who hasn’t spoken publicly since it emerged that he was under federal investigation — has been telling friends, VICE News has learned.

“He almost immediately wished that he had handled it differently,” said a source close to the former Army general. “He regrets it to this day. It was not at all in character for him.”

VICE News Tonight spoke with more than a dozen friends and former colleagues of Flynn for a segment looking back on Flynn’s career before politics. (Thursday, 7:30 p.m., on HBO.) Many pointed to the moment of Flynn’s RNC speech, when the crowd began a chant of “Lock her up,” as one when they didn’t recognize the man they had admired for so long. Flynn leaned into the microphone and ad-libbed about Hillary Clinton: “Lock her up. That’s right.”

“I never saw that side of him,” said Jim Sisco, a former colleague of Flynn’s from Afghanistan. “But, you know, politics is politics. It does things to people that you wouldn’t expect it to.”

Flynn was national security adviser for Donald Trump for a record-short 24 days, before being fired in mid-February. He is being investigated by the FBI for lying to law enforcement about his communications with Russian officials, and for his post-military-career business dealings with agents of the Turkish government. There have also been reports that he omitted key information from his White House security clearance forms.

Before his turn to politics, Flynn was a highly respected Army officer who had done multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and played a key role in shaping modern-day special operations through his work on the Joint Special Operations Command. “Mike Flynn helped build that machine,” said Phillip Carter, a senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security. “And that machine in many ways is what won the conflict for a few years in Iraq, because it just ripped the heart out of the insurgency.”

The moment at the RNC helped turned Flynn into a symbol — at least among liberals — of the most visceral and partisan aspects of Trump’s campaign. Flynn frequently bashed Clinton and President Barack Obama for, in his view, underestimating the risks posed by Islamist extremism, and in particular the rise of the Islamic State group.

His regrets today may be somewhat self-serving. As recently as last fall, Flynn defended his harsh attacks on Clinton. In his original RNC address, released prior to the speech, Flynn planned to deliver several other acerbic attack lines, saying of Clinton, “We do not need a reckless president who believes she is above the law.” He went on, “I have called on Hillary Clinton to drop out of the race because she put our nation’s security at extremely high risk with her careless use of a private email server. If I did a tenth of what she did, I would be in jail. Crooked Hillary Clinton — leave this race now.”

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‘Humanitarian move’: Chelsea Manning’s sentence commuted – ex-CIA officer Kiriakou

President Barack Obama has shortened the prison sentence of former Army private and whistleblower Chelsea Manning, She will be released on May 17, instead of remaining in military custody until 2045 as originally sentenced.
Manning had leaked to WikiLeaks hundreds of thousands of US government documents that came to be known as the Iraq War Logs and the Afghan War Diary. She was convicted by a US Army Court Martial to 35 years’ imprisonment prison in August 2013, under the Espionage Act.

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‘Firepower-2016’: Chinese military launches anti-air drills

The northern-theater command of the Chinese military has recently drilled its anti-aircraft defense and air-to-ground assault capabilities. The drill, codenamed Firepower-2016, has pitched the air defense unit against the Army air force unit.

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Were Gitmo Murders Covered Up As Suicides? – Interview with Joseph Hickman

What really happened at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility on the night of June 9, 2006?

According to the US government, three detainees — all imprisoned as part of the global war on terror — hung themselves in their cells that night. But Army Staff Sergeant Joseph Hickman, who was on guard that night at Camp Delta, came to believe something very different: that the three men were murdered in a secret CIA black site at Guantanamo.

After leaving the Army, Hickman spent years looking into the deaths. His investigation has led him to write a new book, Murder at Camp Delta.

Hickman sat down for the first time on camera with VICE News to tell the story of his investigation and what he learned about what happened that night in 2006.

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Yemen: A Failed State

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Since 2011, when Yemeni youths took to the streets and sparked the eventual demise of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh’s regime, the country has fallen to pieces. The new embattled government is now struggling to cope with a bevy of issues, including sectarian rivalries, CIA drone strikes, and one of al Qaeda’s most sophisticated branches. It now risks presiding over the failure of one of the world’s most fragile countries.

In “Yemen: A Failed State,” VICE News visits some of Yemen’s most dangerous and hard-to-reach places and groups, including the national Army in the country’s lawless East, the Houthis in Sana’a, and the Popular Committee in the South, to find out how both the government and the West’s policy toward Yemen have gone wrong.

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Life After Guantanamo: Blacked Out Bay (Part 4)

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In the final episode of Guantanamo: Blacked Out Bay, VICE News sat down with Terry Holdbrooks, a former guard who converted to Islam shortly after his time at the detention center. Holdbrooks gave us a solid glimpse of what life is really like at Gitmo, and how he is coping with life after being honorably discharged from the Army.

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