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These videos seriously never get old. When someone comes home from military service, the love they get from their pets is always just so priceless. Cinder has her sailor back!
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A pair of soldiers have started a country music band in Fort Eustis, Virginia. Patten and Goff posted their new song "Proud of Who I Am" on Facebook and the music video already has garnered more than 30,000 shares. The video is being shared around the world and could become a popular military anthem for our troops.
When a Mexican military stunt goes horribly wrong, a paratrooper is left dangling by his parachute from a fast moving airplane, spinning uncontrollably.
The Royal Danish Air Force used cameras to capture a unit's travels over Greenland. The view from above showed the ice on the ground and the large mountains.
When a soldier returned from Afghanistan, his biggest surprise came from the reaction of his family dog.
Well this is something you don't see every day! A playful squirrel hanging out with some soliders. We're not sure which one's having more fun!
Oshkosh Defense has created what could save countless military lives from the devastating blast of an IED. It's called the Terramax Conversion Kit which creates unmanned ground vehicles that can drive and maneuver themselves while at the same time detecting and being able to withstand IEDs.
Today's Daily Pet is a man reenacting a cliché death scene from almost every iconic war movie ever. You know, where the one friend is dying and the other friend is telling him to hold on as he tries to get the wounded one to safety, but it's just too late? Except this time it's hilariously adorable.
Tera is the girlfriend of Ohio National Guard Soldier Stephen Kantorik. She has been wanting to marry her soldier for awhile now, but it wasn't until a parade in her hometown in front of a large audience that she finally got the surprise she's been waiting for.
Even if they're professionals, it has to be nerve-racking for members of the US Army Golden Knights to throw themselves into danger in order to demonstrate parachute emergency protocols. Hopefully they take turns and don't just stick one person with the job!
The U.S. Army both dropped a beat with all the sounds of the gun range and gave an unique look at the 8th Theater Sustainment Command.
Former Army Sgt. Robert Price suffers from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and brain injuries from his work in the Middle East and he has a service dog named Walker. Recently, the pair visited Daytona Beach, Florida and the two pals were denied a room at a hotel due to a "no dogs" policy. Bina Patel, the manager of the hotel, could face a misdemeanor charge for turning away the former soldier. Police escorted the pair to another hotel, which gave Price a massive discount.