Burmese Ceasefire Not Truly “National”

W. R. Collier Jr.- In a statement released on 15 October of 2015, John Kirby, spokesman for...
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The Coming Era of Micronations

OPINION By W.R. Collier Jr-  Micronations- it's new, it's hot, and its happening. A...
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Terror Attack NOT Sophisticated

W. R. (Bill) Collier Jr- The terror attacks in Paris were not "sophisticated" attacks, as is...
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SITREP – WEEK ENDING 10/27/2018

                Welcome back the the MilitaryGazette's SITREP! In this series, we try to keep you up to date on the latest security news and combat reports from around the world, trying to rely on local news agencies not well known in the...

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Little Grey Men

          Or, How An Improbable Series Of Events Unhinged The World   Recently, the New York Times, working with Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist Rukmini Callimachi, spent fifteen months unpacking a trove of over fifteen thousand...

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ARE YOU SURE YOU WANT TO THROW THAT AWAY?

              Or, When Is It Time To Toss Old Equipment?   Military equipment, like all man-made products, breaks down over time. Worse, items can be rendered obsolescent, if not outright obsolete, before they even reach the field. When...
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SITREP – WEEK ENDING 10/27/2018

                Welcome back the the MilitaryGazette's SITREP! In this series, we try to keep you up to date on the latest security news and combat reports from around the world, trying to rely on local news agencies not well known in...
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Little Grey Men

          Or, How An Improbable Series Of Events Unhinged The World   Recently, the New York Times, working with Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist Rukmini Callimachi, spent fifteen months unpacking a trove of over fifteen...
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Has The Time Come For A United States Foreign Legion?

                    Foreign Legions have existed for centuries, but in their generally-accepted form, have only really existed since roughly the end of the 1700's. Unlike condottieri of Renaissance Italy, "foreign legions" are...
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News Bite, 8-28-2017 — Military Working Dogs In Short Supply

  The US Armed Forces are in direct competition with not only foreign militaries, but local, state and federal law enforcement agencies in acquiring Military Working Dogs (MWDs). The animals have become increasingly vital in both military and law enforcement...
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SONIC BOOM, 07-24-2017 — Winchester ’95

After an unfortunately-necessary hiatus, MilitaryGazette returns with SONIC BOOM! Tonight, We'll look at an interesting bit of history through several videos, a historical "might have been". Lever action rifles never caught on in the wider military world...but...
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SPOTLIGHT – Jai Hind, A Brief Overview of India’s Army

NOTE TO THE READER: The following is a necessarily brief overview of a top-tier national military force. The opinions expressed are those of the author, and are based solely on "open-source" research. This is the first of a series on national military forces that...
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SONIC BOOM, 5-18-2017 — Tanks, For The Memories…

We hope you enjoy this article. MilitaryGazette strives to bring you the best quality security and defense news and commentary - one aspect of that, is that we don't litter our page with annoying ads, to make your reading experience better. If you'd like to help...
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IN DEPTH — Blue, Green and Brown: An Introduction To Naval Warfare

  We hope you enjoy this article. MilitaryGazette strives to bring you the best quality security and defense news and commentary - one aspect of that, is that we don't litter our page with annoying ads, to make your reading experience better. If you'd like...
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SPECIAL REPORT: War Plans – Taste The Rainbow

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W. R. (Bill) Collier Jr.- Publisher     Michael Cessna- Chief Military Correspondent

The Military Gazette is your OPEN SOURCE intelligence resource for all things military, foreign affairs, and conflict related around the world. What's the latest TECH, what hot spots are bioling beneath the surface that the news media have not noticed, and what are the emerging trends in global security, anti-terrorism, and even global diplomacy.

SITREP – WEEK ENDING 10/27/2018

                Welcome back the the MilitaryGazette's SITREP! In this series, we try to keep you up to date on the latest security news and combat reports from around the world, trying to rely on local news agencies not well known in the...

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Little Grey Men

          Or, How An Improbable Series Of Events Unhinged The World   Recently, the New York Times, working with Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist Rukmini Callimachi, spent fifteen months unpacking a trove of over fifteen thousand...

read more
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