Operation Enduring Freedom
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Area 51, Operation Paperclip, the Pentagon's secret research group, and the US Government's secret experiments with ESP & psychokinesis - what is the truth behind these programs and what are the results...?
Jason Hawes & JV Johnson talk with journalist Annie Jacobsen about her books that detail many secret government programs including - Operation Paperclip, DARPA, Area 51, and much more. ANnie has talked to the people who have been directly involved in these clandestine operations, and programs and she reveals their intent, their scale and their effectiveness. 5/3/2017 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson
Review: "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot" (R)
Everything with her is OK, but she’s hardly setting the world on fire -- so when she gets the chance to cover the war in Afghanistan in 2003, she decides that might be just the thing she needs to shake her out of her rut. In Kabul, she finds life is
More Than 5,000 Muslims Serving in US Military, Pentagon Says
Vietnam War, according to military officials. More recently, Muslims have also served in the Gulf War, Iraq War and the war in Afghanistan . Here's what the numbers tell us. There are 5,896 self-identified Muslims currently serving in the military, according
The War in Afghanistan by the Numbers
iStock/Thinkstock (NEW YORK) -- Thursday's announcement that more American troops will be staying in Afghanistan longer than expected effectively extended the war that President Obama had hoped to end during his administration. Cited as reasons for the major policy change were the renewed presence ...
'Taliban 5' Travel Ban Extended for Further Negotiations
to extensive monitoring as well as travel restrictions." Bergdahl, who was the U.S. military's only prisoner of war in Afghanistan , was charged with desertion nearly a year after President Obama announced his release. Bergdahl was heavily criticized
'Taliban 5' Could Be Free to Travel by Monday
years before being transferred to the Qataris in May 2014. Bergdahl, who was the U.S. military’s only prisoner of war in Afghanistan , was charged with desertion nearly a year after President Obama announced his release. Bergdahl was heavily criticized by his former comrades
President Obama Honors Troops In Weekly Address
families and friends who live with their loss.” The president will spend the first Memorial Day since the end of the war in Afghanistan at Arlington Cemetery, remembering the more than 2,200 service members who gave their lives in that conflict, as well as all of the