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Pentagon

The American Military Sucks at Cybersecurity

A new report from US military watchdogs outlines hundreds of cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
Matthew Gault
1.15.19
russian hackers

The US Military Just Publicly Dumped Russian Government Malware Online

US Cyber Command, a part of the military tasked with hacking and cybersecurity operations, says it is releasing malware samples as an information sharing effort.
Joseph Cox
11.11.18
Military Service

People from the Middle East Tell Us All the Weird Ways They Avoided the Draft

"I spent months gorging on as much fast food as possible. I added mayo to everything I ate, and even had it on its own as a snack between meals."
Badar Salem
11.7.18
video

Why Young People Helped Elect a Far-Right Authoritarian Government in Brazil

Young Brazilians don't remember military rule — so they elected someone who wants to revive it
David Noriega
11.1.18
VICE News Tonight on HBO

It’s Been 17 Years Since 9/11 But There's Still No End in Sight for the War in Afghanistan

The Trump administration appears to be looking for a way out, but how the war will end is anyone’s guess.
VICE News
9.12.18
VICE News Tonight on HBO

Georgia Is Still Fighting Its War Against Russia—10 Years Later

Ten years after flighting a war, Georgia and Russia still can't get along. Is NATO the answer?
Josh Hersh
9.10.18
urbex

Photos of a Forgotten Island That Defended America During the Cold War

Once home to 5,000 military personal, the base on Adak Island is now rusting into the wind.
Stephen Smit
8.15.18
violent times

The Ex-Commando Who Reenacts His War on a Paintball Field

“If it’s no use worrying, what’s the point of crying?”
Mahmood Fazal
7.3.18
violent times

Meet Australia's Deadliest Soldier

Paul Cale earned the nickname Killer Commando after strangling a Taliban leader with his bare hands.
VICE Staff
6.20.18
war

Inside the Dark, Depraved Comedy Channel Targeted at US Military Veterans

We asked actual veterans of America's wars about a controversial new network, VET TV, that's supposed to help them readjust to civilian life.
VICE Staff
6.14.18
Photos

Photos of Wet, Sweaty Men Climbing a Lard-Smothered Monument

Photographer Ben McNutt captured the annual Herndon Climb at the United States Naval Academy.
Ben McNutt
5.25.18
jobs

What It's Like to Build a Hospital in a Warzone

An engineer in war-torn South Sudan explains what its like to build medical infrastructure in a place so violent that the UN can't send in its own ground workers.
Andy Jones
5.21.18
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