The US Army Somehow Thought This Rap Recruitment Video Was a Good Idea

"Uniform: paid for. Electric bill: paid for. Water bill: paid for."
Justin Caffier
Five Questions

Five Questions About… Those Snowflake Army Ads

Honestly a snowflake army sounds good I don't know what the fuss is all about.
Joel Golby
Canadian Far Right Extremism

Member of a Neo-Nazi Terror Group Appears To Be Former Canadian Soldier

Using sources and hidden chat networks, VICE has traced the code name of an Atomwaffen member to Brandon Cameron, a former Nova Scotia soldier.
Mack Lamoureux
Ben Makuch
southeast asia

Will North Korea Drive Japan to Remilitarise?

Thanks to the legacy of American occupation, Japan hasn't had much in the way of a military since World War II. An election this past weekend might help change that.
Allie Conti

The US Soldiers Stuck in Immigration Limbo Under Trump

The Army wanted 19-year-old Private First Class Kyungmin Cho and others like him. Now it's not so sure.
Julia Preston

Death, Dehydration and Amputations: Young Army Recruits Aren't Treated Very Well

"One of the guys in my unit died. He collapsed after having been forced to do press-ups for hours, under a cold shower in the middle of winter."
Verena Bogner
Hanna Herbst
Fast Food Week

How US Army Technology Gave Rise to the McRib

The US Army pioneered restructured meats in the 1960s, and that technology found its way into beloved fast food menu staples.
Anastacia Marx de Salcedo

The Real Problem with Having Soldiers On Britain's Streets

Away from the politics, there are some fairly serious practical concerns.
JS Rafaeli
Views My Own

Trump Beefing with His Generals Is Good for Democracy

Reports of infighting between the president and the guy who replaced Mike Flynn might actually be a healthy sign for civilian control of the military.
Jacob Siegel

How the US Military Could Spend $54 Billion

President Trump wants to take a hatchet to America's federal budget, and give what's left to its military. Here's what that might look like.
Mike Pearl
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Pentagon Posted a Video from 2007 to Prove the Raid in Yemen Was Successful

The military took it down a few hours later after realizing the mistake, saying it had not been properly analyzed.
Brian Moylan
The 2016 Fiction Issue

'Hell,' a Short Story by Benjamin Nugent

A professional interrogator teaches frat boys how to run a proper hell week.
Benjamin Nugent