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A couple converted a Kansas nuclear missile silo into a bizarre 18,000-square-foot castle, and now it’s on the market for $3.2 million — s...
The Pedens spent 33 years renovating the property, decorating it like a castle, and erecting two watch towers.
2 Cold War-era nuclear missile silos sat abandoned for decades and just went on the sale in Arizona for $495,000 each
Each of these silos held land-based missiles that were the largest ever held by the US and stood at the ready for over 20 years.
US troops are still posting to TikTok despite partial ban over Chinese spy concerns, and there’s not much the Defense Department can do about it...
The US government has expressed concerns about Chinese-owned TikTok, but troops still post from personal devices, potentially posing similar risks.
A decommissioned nuclear missile complex in Arizona that was abandoned for decades just sold for $420,000
This complex used to be home to the US's largest land-based missile, Titan II, which sat there armed for 24 years.
A decommissioned nuclear missile complex in Arizona that was abandoned for decades is now on sale for $400,000
This complex used to be home to the US's largest land-based missile, Titan II, which sat there armed for 24 years. Now, it's on sale.
8 dogs who were military heroes, from Stubby, a WWII Army mascot, to Conan, who helped take down Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
Dogs have been working as bomb sniffers, message carriers, and guards for US military branches since at least World War I.
The Delta Force operators who killed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi took along a Belgian Malinois named Conan. Here's how dogs have served alongside troops.
Trump's decision to pull US forces from Kurdish-controlled areas in northeastern Syria left the civil-war-torn country open to Turkish attack.
Esports, Comic-Con, and momfluencers: How the US Army is revamping its multi-billion-dollar marketing plan
Struggling to recruit from Gen Z, the Army plans to move its massive ad budget from TV to digital and focus on tech jobs over combat.
With about 350 American World War II veterans dying each day, Alabama photographer Jeffrey Rease is documenting a vanishing generation.