At 59, Staff Sgt. Monte Gould is the oldest-ever graduate of the Army‘s current Basic Combat Training Course, finishing Aug. 27 in the top 10% of his class. Now, a decade or two older than retirement age for most career soldiers, he’s starting a new journey — with plans to join his son, Spc.… Read more
It’s time: the new (and probably final) trailer for No Time to Die is here.
Focusing on Rami Malek’s Safin (“Your enemy is my enemy,” Bond tells the returning Madeline Swann) as well as two of the new women in 007’s life, the No Time to Die trailer goes globetrotting, going from Italy to London, to Chile.… Read more
The U.S. Air Force has taken initial steps to begin prototyping a supersonic aircraft that could someday carry the president around the world in half the time.
Last month, the service’s Presidential and Executive Airlift Directorate awarded a $1 million small business innovation research (SBIR) phase II contract to Exosonic, a start-up aerospace company, to begin the design and development of a low-boom executive airlift concept.… Read more
While wandering trails near Wiesbaden, Germany, in July, local resident Simon Krieger-Pleus spied something sticking out of the ground. He had discovered a pair of World War II-era U.S. military identification tags, according to a news release from U.S.… Read more