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US Troops Move To Ukraine Borders Within a Week

(DOD News) President Joe Biden ordered U.S. troops already based in Europe to shore up the defenses of nations bordering Ukraine. Biden directed Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III to move forces within the U.S. European Command's area of operations to the Baltic Republics, Poland and Ukraine's southeastern flank. The forces will move within…

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Will Recent Navy SEAL (BUD/S) Training Deaths Affect Future Training

In light of the recent BUD/S Training Deaths is it possible it will affect future decisions regarding training? Last week a SEAL hopeful died during Hell Week, while training to become one of the U.S. military’s most elite. Another trainee has been reported to be hospitalized, with no cause that’s yet to be released to…

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Where To Go For Best Veteran Home Loans

(USMilitary.com Staff) There can be many perks to using a VA home loan for active duty and veteran members. Most notably, homes can be purchased with the absence of a down payment (or additional fees, like private mortgage insurance, though a funding fee will be charged without the former). Using a VA loan can also…

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United States Sends 3,000 Military Members To Romania, Poland and Germany

(Military DOD News) The United States will move approximately 3,000 service members to Romania, Poland and Germany in response to Russia's continuing build-up of forces on its western border with Ukraine and in Belarus, Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby said today during a news conference. The move demonstrates America's commitment to the defense of…

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DOD Says There Is Still Time & Space For Diplomacy With Russia

(DOD Newswire) Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III stressed that conflict with Russia is not inevitable. "There is still time and space for diplomacy," the secretary told Pentagon reporters. "The United States, in lockstep with our allies and partners, has offered Russia a path away from crisis and toward greater security, and the Department…

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Do You Have SomethingTo Say To The Special Forces Community?

NavySeal.com is always looking for talented writers with passion and pride for the men and women that serve our great country in the armed forces. Whether you’re a fan, soldier, spouse or anything in between. If you’d like to write a guest post or have a story idea or tip for us, we’d love to…

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The Best Auto Insurance Discounts for Military Members

Joining the military comes with access to many veteran discounts, but perhaps none are as sought-after as recurring monthly services. When you pay for an ongoing service saving means lowering your payment annually. That goes for options like lowered interest rates on loans (available to many higher-ranking military members), cell phone bills, and car insurance.…

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Legal System Gets Involved Between Navy SEALs and Vaccines

(NavySEAL.com News Release) With differing views on how to proceed with the COVID vaccine, it comes as no surprise that legal mandates have come into play … as well as actions to fight them. After all, a legal battle involving rights is about as American as it gets. Late in 2021, the Biden Administration announced…

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FEDERAL JUDGE BLOCKS PUNISHMENT OF NAVY SEALS REFUSING VACCINE

Yesterday, Federal Judge Reed O'Connor, of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, issued a temporary injunction against a federal vaccine mandate for Navy SEALs, who sued President Biden because they were seeking a religious exemption. This is HUGE. In November 2021, the First Liberty Institute filed this case on behalf of…

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