Tuesday’s links show how things can change: your money, a construction site, and even a dictator’s physical appearance.
After prodding his Friends with Benefits co-star Mila Kunis to accept a Marine Corps ball invitation, Justin Timberlake is following suit – by suiting up for a ball of his own.
Today marks the 67th anniversary of D-Day, the Allied invasion of Normandy, France during World War II. NewsFeed takes a look at TIME’s June 12, 1944, issue for its earliest coverage of the massive military effort to liberate …
There’s still no official acknowledgment of SEAL Team 6. But at least the Navy isn’t letting everyone else profit off their success.
Sounds crazy, right? Well if you’ve got an extra $1900 lying around and are feeling adventurous (read: masochistic) you can spend a week at a Navy SEAL-inspired training camp in Chesapeake, Va.
Who needs photos when there’s video evidence?
In the wake of the Osama bin Laden raid, fake Navy SEALs are coming out of the woodwork. (via ABC News)
Seal Team Six is so secretive, the U.S. Navy won’t even confirm its existence. But it’s no secret that the elite squadron was behind last week’s takedown of the world’s most wanted terrorist, Osama bin Laden.
Accompanying the Navy Seals who completed the bin Laden mission was a faithful four-legged fighter.
A picture of the tail rotor of the chopper that the Navy SEALs’ Team Six detonated revealed unfamiliar features. Reports say it could be a new, secret helicopter.
Two Rolls-Royces from Queen Elizabeth’s fleet cruised past Westminster Abbey at 4.50am this morning. All the Queen’s horses and all the Queen’s men followed.
An Alaskan lawmaker has suggested that if soldiers under the age of 21 are entitled to risk their lives abroad, then they should be able to indulge in drinking and smoking too.