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First off, "Drunk History" is a weird show. We're not sure if it's the mis-matched lip-synch narration or the weirdly-bizarro-perfect casting, or if it's just the booze talking, but it's weird.
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THE Devonport Royal Naval Volunteer Band from Plymouth Naval Base hit the high notes at the Royal Naval Volunteer Band Festival.
8 hrs ago | China Digital Times
China's debut at the monthlong Rim of the Pacific, or Rimpac, exercises has been hailed by Chinese and U.S. officials as evidence of an improving military relationship, despite escalating tensions over territorial disputes in Asia.
Northwest Energy Innovations' wave energy conversion device undergoing preliminary testing off the Oregon coast.
IN September 2011 Royal Marine Andrew Mills received a chilling phone call in the early hours of the morning, informing him that his services were needed to support a Blackburn mother whose only son had been killed in Afghanistan.
An Indian Navy commando was on Monday killed in a weapon-handling accident at Visakhapatnam-based INS Kalinga, a missile storage facility under the Eastern Naval Command and a base for marine commandos .
Commander, United States Fleet Forces Command, Admiral Bill Gortney, presents sailors assigned to the guided-missile cruiser USS Gettysburg with the 2013 Battenberg Cup.
The Wall Street Journal noted on Sunday that the Israelis, whose Iron Dome ballistic missile defense system has done much service blunting Hamas' missile attack, is already working on an enhancement called "Iron Beam."
China has sent a spy ship to international waters off of Hawaii during a giant U.S.-led naval exercise involving 22 countries, even as Beijing participates in the drills for the first time this year, the U.S. Navy said on Sunday.
The noise generated by one of Canada's frigates was so excessive that navy officers worried for a time that it had become more vulnerable to torpedoes and other weapons that home in on sound, according to a military report obtained by the Citizen.
It's budget-cutting time for the U.S. Navy. And while the admirals seem fine with this, Congress is getting nervous.
Bahrain's official news agency reported Sunday that the ministry is taking Al-Wefaq to court so that the group can "correct its legal status" after failing to comply with rules of transparency when holding general meetings.
John Alan Guyader, 94, Rural Woolstock, Troy Township, died on Saturday, July 5, 2014, at his home surrounded by family.
Sometimes debates arise that clarify the values and conflicts of our society. They needn't involve the grand questions of the day - which most often are endlessly partisan and complex - but they nonetheless can offer unmistakable insights into who we really are.
The U.S. military has a reputation as a somewhat secretive organization. But in at least one respect, the Pentagon is one of the most "open" organizations on the planet.
After some 41 years and over 1.3M mishap free flight hours, the the US Navy has retired its last C-9 Skytrain II.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 01:01 pm
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