Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher says he’s learned lesson from ‘distasteful’ photos

Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher said that he’s “learned his lesson” after being convicted of posing for gruesome photos with the corpse of a terrorist he killed in Iraq – but insisted that his behavior was standard operating procedure. “It’s wrong. I’ll say it’s wrong now. And I’ve definitely learned … my lesson,” Gallagher told David Martin of “60 Minutes” in

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How navy ‘girls’ helped turn tide in Battle of the Atlantic

HistoryA Game of Birds and WolvesSimon ParkinSpectre, $32.99 Years after World War II, Winston Churchill wrote, describing his experience as prime minister during the conflict, that "the only time I was genuinely afraid was during the Battle of the Atlantic". Unlike the far more visible, filmable and immediate Blitz and the Battle of Britain, it was the desperate struggle to

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Army, Navy investigators find hand gestures made during football broadcast weren't racist

Trump attends Army-Navy football game for the 3rd time President Trump and Defense Secretary Mark Esper visit the Army-Navy locker rooms to deliver words of encouragement before the 120th Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia. A probe into hand gestures flashed by West Point cadets and Naval Academy midshipmen at last weekend's televised Army-Navy college football in Philidelphia game were not racist, separate military

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Pensacola Navy base shooter visited NYC, 9/11 Memorial days before attack

The Saudi military man who shot up a Pensacola, Fla. naval base, killing three young Americans, visited New York just days before the attack — touring landmarks including the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, according to law-enforcement sources. Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, 21, arrived in the Big Apple on Nov. 28 — Thanksgiving Day — taking in sights including the Rockefeller Center

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Missing Navy veteran, 51, found dead on kitchen floor as its feared body lay undiscovered for THREE YEARS – The Sun

A MISSING Navy veteran was found dead on his kitchen floor – and it's feared his body lay undiscovered for three years. Ronald White's body was found in his Dallas home last week after apartment workers noticed he hadn't been using water. DeSoto Police Det. Pete Schulte told news station WFAA: "What I can tell you is it is very

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Navy confirms that three videos appearing to show UFOs ARE genuine

Navy confirms that three spectacular videos appearing to show UFOs ARE genuine – but admit they were not supposed to be released to the public Footage showing ‘unexplained aerial phenomena’ was released by the Navy in June  The clips, taken in 2004 and 2015 respectively, sparked a barrage of new conspiracy theories  On Tuesday, the Navy confirmed that the videos

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Navy vet walks across country for homelessness, mental illness

Armed with only a backpack and walking stick, an upstate ex-Navy man trekked 2,866 miles across the country on foot to raise money for veterans — braving snowstorms, shedding toenails and hearing from comrades-in-arms along the way. Former Navy nuclear electrician Tommy Zurhellen, 50, took off from Portland, Oregon April 15 and walked 22 miles nearly every day for four

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