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Movie making Marine shares story and insights to success

Military adviser and retired Marine Sgt. Maj. James Dever offers a glimpse into his past life as an active duty Marine and how his experiences and core values led him down the path to becoming one of the most influential military advisers in the entertainment industry. In this first iteration of a continuing series that … Continued

Here are the type of TRICARE plans you can have

TRICARE is the current health care program in place by the United States Department of Defense’s Military Health System. The DoD offers health insurance and benefits for U.S. soldiers, as well as civilian workers, retirees and their dependents, up to 26 years of age, through the TRICARE program. Previously it was known as Civilian Health … Continued

The 9 most badass unit mottos in the Marine Corps

There are some units in the U.S. Marine Corps that really know how to make an impression.

Like the rest of the military, Marine units have unit crests, nicknames, and of course, mottos. And in quite a few cases, those elements are pretty badas…

The mystery of Vietnam apes

Vietnam has no native apes within its borders. Yet countless soldiers reported to have seen them, or rather “ape-like creatures” when fighting in the country’s dense jungles during the Vietnam-American war. They were known as “rock apes” and stories about them came in by the hundreds. In fact, so many rock ape stories came from … Continued

How China’s gaming ban is affecting lucrative Esports

For a long time, China has criticized online games, claiming they are harmful to the mental health of not only children but also adults. China will now moderate the duration of time spent by children on video games to three hours at most every week. This dramatic restriction came as a blow to the world’s … Continued

These 6 veterans went on to become famous NBA players

During World War II, many basketball players left to serve the country, bringing the near end of the then-titled NBL. As players were minimal, basketball teams were open to racial integration, and teams such as the Toledo Jim White Chevrolets and Chicago Studebakers started signing black players. Nevertheless, these servicemen of all time served their … Continued

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