Paul Szoldra

Paul Szoldra


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Here’s the full statement from @SecArmy  announcing an independent review of the Fort Hood command climate

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Finding out all these strips are now online has just made my entire year

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A 36-year-old man convicted of stealing a bunch of firearms from a gun store in Rochester, New York has also pleaded guilty to lying about serving in Iraq and receiving two Purple Hearts, according to a @TheJusticeDept 

I couldn’t sleep last night so I read the AP Stylebook until about 1:30am this morning. Damn thing is a page turner

I love how he “aced” it, as if he studied really hard, crammed all night, and finished the test in record time and with amazing confidence

The Pentagon has a plan to include more women in national security. Here’s what that means — and why it matters

Army denies making soldiers with coronavirus 'quarantine' behind a strip of tape in the field via @halbritz 

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My hot take: James Mattis just made it a lot easier for many, many other respected defense officials and Republican lawmakers to criticize the president.

Apparently Gillette wants to take away everyone’s guns or something

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Minn. Lt. Gov. says her brother Ron, a Marine Corps veteran, has died of #covid19 . “If you feel fine, that’s great. But please consider the possibility that you’re carrying the virus and don’t know it, and then you walk past the next Ron in public."

The first act of escalation toward violence in the D.C. protests today was done by the police: the firing of tear gas. The protests were peaceful up to this moment.

Current and former Taliban leaders say Russia really did pay bounties to kill American troops in Afghanistan

Richard Overton, the nation’s oldest veteran, was finally laid to rest in Austin — with a box of cigars and a bottle of whiskey

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So much of D.C. and natsec circles is centered around your current job and whether you can get a better one later. That’s really the major concern of so many who want to speak out but are afraid.

BREAKING: The Army is considering renaming military bases named for Confederate leaders via @JeffSchogol 

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