Month: September 2021

Why we can’t use ‘Trump’ in Canada

CANADA is in an “era of polarization” as Canadians increasingly turn to political leaders who offer “a different and different” view of the world, the country’s national defence minister says.The military chief of staff and a prominent political leader are among the names being floated for prime minister, as voters look to a prime minister […]

Australia’s Army Birthday: Soldiers on the ground at a moment of heightened tension

Soldiers in the Australian Army celebrated the occasion of their birthday on Monday, while the Australian Government has been forced to acknowledge that some of its troops may have suffered psychological trauma.Military chiefs and soldiers at the end of the month will be asked to give a report to the Parliament on the mental health […]

Military leaders on brink of deciding whether to accept South Korea’s offer

Military leaders in Seoul have come to the conclusion that they need to make a decision about whether to agree to South Korea and the U.S. offer of a $1.9 billion military aid package, sources familiar with the discussions told Axios.South Korea is expected to provide $1 billion, while the U, under pressure from North […]

Army career tracker: Navy’s newest recruits to become officers

The Navy has announced that its newest recruits will become officers.The service announced Tuesday that Lt.Cmdr.Brian McKeon and Capt. Daniel Mims will join the Navy’s Officer Candidate School, which was created by the U.S. military and has received national attention for the recruits who are graduating from the class of 2021.The academy, which began in […]

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