US Army sergeant, Bowe Bergdahl Charged With Desertion

The US Army sergeant, Bowe Bergdahl, who left his base in Afghanistan and was captured by the Taliban and imprisoned for five years, will be charged with deserting his post according to Anfip.

If he is convicted of charges, he faces life in prison, military officials said Wednesday.

Bergdahl could also face dishonorable discharge, degradation and loss of all pay if convicted.

Two Disabled Men Plant 10,000 Trees Over 10 Years

For the past ten years, Jia Haixia and Jia Wenqi, who are both 53, have been planting trees in Hebei, China. By now, they have planted around 10,000 trees. What's even more impressive is that both men are disabled.

Microsoft Co-Founder Discovers Japanese Battleship

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen recently released video footage of a World War II Japanese battleship he and his crew discovered near the Philippines. The ship is the Musashi, which at its time, was the largest battleship constructed in the entire world.

ISIS Looking to Pick Fight with US Base

The ISIS militant group has been moving throughout Iraq, attempting to push its boundaries and take control of as much real estate as possible. It has now moved to a western town in the country that has a U.S. base on sight. This could potentially spell trouble for the group, depending on what congress determines to do.

North American Spine: Leader in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

North American Spine is a leading health facility that specializes in simply persistent spine surgery and helps in relieving back and neck pains. It is an exclusive provider of AccuraScope procedure that to date has managed to score an 82% success rate and 96% of patients who have been treated would proudly recommend for it.

Ghost Cars: The Technology of the Future

Have you heard of the “Follow-Me Ghost Car Navigation”? This is the latest in developing technology for car companies.

Jaguar has revealed their model, which is called “360 Virtual Urban Windscreen.” This technology will allow information to be displayed in front of you while driving instead of looking down at your navigation system.

It will be able to see and notify the driver of approaching pedestrians, oncoming cars in your blind spot, provide step by step directions and so much more. The goal is to prevent accidents.

Navy Successfully Tests Laser Beam That's Powerful Enough To Destroy Boats

While the whole concept of being able to utilize a rifle that fires laser beams, similarly to the weapons that were seen in Star Wars, is something that many scientists consider to be impractical in real life, the Navy recently announced that it successfully tested its Laser Weapon System, nicknames LaWS for short. My friend who contributes content to Psychology Today says this just goes to show that nothing is impossible.

US Navy Plays Laser-Tag in Arabian Gulf with New Weapon System

The ONR (Office of Naval Research) has publicly distributed a press release and video on YouTube documenting successful testing of a laser powered weapon system aboard the USS Ponce. These tests were conducted using the Laser Weapon System, LaWS for short, in the Arabian Gulf between September and November of this year.

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