In this episode of Violent Times, we interview Sgt. Paul Cale about state-sanctioned violence.
My bosses wanted to see if, in one day, I could be trained to fight like an assassin.
“It’s the most demoralising thing you can ever experience. You’re out there with your mates and all of a sudden a huge explosion goes off, you could have a guy lose a limb or half a dozen getting blown up.”
We spoke to New Zealand’s most polarising investigative journalist about his latest book: the backlash, the denials, and how his family’s history of escaping Nazi Germany changed his perspective on war.
"Det var ren kaos. Folk forsøgte at åbne dørene og blokerede vejen. De forsøgte at rive mig ud af bilen. Brad og Angelina spurgte mig, hvad vi skulle gøre."
Afghan forces are desperately trying to retain control of Sangin, a district capital in Helmand province, which is on the verge of falling back into Taliban hands.
Hands up for five chunky as fuck club-ready grime edits!
Stuart Griffiths was posted to County Tyrone as a military photographer. Some weeks into the tour, a young British soldier lost both his legs to an IRA explosive device, triggering the Coalisland riots.
Commandos might've rode horses in Afghanistan, they're getting new covert bikes for the future.
Listen to Blue Sky Black Death and S.A.S.'s Single "Valley of Kings," Featuring Cam'ron and N.O.R.E.
The West Coast producers recruited two hip-hop legends for their latest single.