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Back In My Day
7:46

Back In My Day: Members Of The Armed Forces

D-Day Veteran Arthur Jones sits down with Officer Cadet, Rebecca Smith to discuss life in the Armed Forces, fighting in World War II and women serving in the forces today.
VICE Specials
20:41

Alhan: Ready For War

VICE's Alhan Gençay joins all the armies of NATO in one of the biggest war games ever enacted, hoping to discover whether he can stop being a self-interested millennial arsehole and become a true soldier.
VICE News Shorts
3:29

How Trump has ramped up the war on terror

In President Trump’s first year as commander-in-chief, U.S. military activity intensified in nearly every theater of war he inherited, a VICE News review of publicly available information on military operations shows.
VICE News Shorts
2:38

Veterans still can't get answers after the VA charged them thousands

Many veterans still can't get answers after the VA charged them thousands. Here are a few of their stories.
VICE News Shorts
1:03

Watch North Korea launch four banned ballistic missiles toward Japan

The launch put the region on edge.
VICE News Specials
12:28

Abandoned At Home: America's Veteran Crisis

As politicians in Washington wring their hands over the Veterans Affairs scandal, VICE News travels to Portland, Oregon, to see what it’s all really about.
Daily VICE
6:59

Mascot Kidnapping in the Army/Navy Football Rivalry

We also investigate the history of a vanished public art installation, revisit Fruity Loops, and talk photography with Bruce Gilden.
VICE News Specials
33:38

Arts in the Armed Forces

VICE News follows Adam Driver and his fellow actors as Arts in the Armed Forces deliver theater performances to military audiences in the US and overseas.
War Games
11:16

Black Dart: How to Kill a Drone

VICE News was one of the first media outlets ever granted access to the US military's annual Black Dart exercise, a joint exercise that focuses on defeating UAVs.
VICE News Specials / Clip
8:29

Hiding in Afghanistan: The Interpreters (Part 1)

The interpreters who worked alongside American and NATO forces in Afghanistan are among our bravest and most loyal allies. Now they're in danger of being abandoned.