Top 5 Military News Stories From the Past Month

Leadership Cover Ups Revealed by Pentagon

Senior Pentagon leaders have been involved in flagrant scandals for decades. Despite several reform efforts, including the Freedom Of Information Act of 1967 and pressure from Congress to allow the public access to records of any federal agency, the Pentagon is repeatedly ignoring requests for unclassified information in order to protect senior military leaders from embarrassment.


New MARSOC Commander Continuing the False Advertising of Predecessors

Marine Raiders, Gunnery Sergeant Daniel Draher, Gunnery Sergeant Joshua Negron, and Chief Petty Officer Eric Gilmet, and their families are in a fight for their lives. Each of those men — the MARSOC 3 as they are called — is being sent to a general court-martial for crimes they did not commit.

On June 26, 2020, MajGen James Glynn assumed command of MARSOC (Marine Forces Special Operations Command) as well as the role of convening authority for the case in question.


UNC Unjustly Denies Decorated Spec Ops Medic Admission to Program

Decorated Special Operations Independent Duty Corpsman, U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer Eric Gilmet, has been prejudicially rejected by the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill’s Graduate School. The university determined that his “alleged behavior is more likely than not to pose a danger to members of the University community, University property, or the proper function of the academic process.”


A Special Letter From 1SG John Hatley

As I am sure you are all aware, I am nearing the end of my incarceration and will be released from the USDB on 16 October 2020. I will finally have the opportunity to enjoy the freedom in which I have spent the majority of my life fighting for. I spent 20 years of my life fighting for the freedom of every American and the past 11 ½ years fighting for my own. Without the support of all of you, I feel confident that this victory would not have come to pass, and I wish to express my heartfelt appreciation and undying gratitude to each of you for helping me achieve this monumental milestone in my life.


Respected Military Investigative Journalist, Nick Coffman, Joins UAP

United American Patriots is proud to announce that former United States Marine and respected military investigative journalist, Nick Coffman, has joined our organization on a permanent basis to help us fight for justice for our Warriors.

Nick has been covering high-profile military cases since 2016, and now he is bringing his passion for defending our Defenders to a new level with UAP.




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