Blogs related to any of the branches of the military, in any country, are housed in this category, or its subcategories.
30 Days Through Afghanistan
Two friends blog and vlog their way through Afghanistan to witness and chronicle the insurgency there.
Supplies news, views and commentary on antiwar and activism issues. The weblog contains archived posts that date back to July 2003 and also features military statistics.
This military blog that comments on military concerns in the United States and other countries. The website also provides humour takes on the military through cartoons. The blog has recently commented on the activities of the Australian Navy and military history.
The New York Times blog which is subtitled "notes from the front lines," contains chronicles from Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan, among other theaters of war.
Created by a former paratrooper and Army officer when he learned of the heroic death of a friend which was not reported by the very journalist whose life he saved, this blog is currently maintained by ten current and former military personnel.
Blogs of War
Links to and discusses intelligence, technology on the battlefield and Infosec, national security, and counter terrorism, among other things.
Beginning in 2003, this marine blogged about medical school in the United States Marine Corps, and about civilian life and emergency medicine afterwards.
CENTCOM Live Blog
United States Central Command, part of the Department of Defense network of blogs, contains entries about life in the active duty military and lays out essays about military life in Iraq, Afghanistan, Bosnia, and other places in which the US military jad bases and missions around the world.
Provides information on military equipment and training. Find reviews of the LaRue Tactical Steal OSR Rifle, advanced body armor technology and developments in the military supply industry.
Contains updates on what is going on at the United States Department of Defense, including not just what is going on in battle, but sports and social events as well.
Dude, Where's the Beach?
An active duty Air Force captain blogs his way through his military career, discusses presidential politics, and tosses out random thoughts.
FAS Strategic Security Blog
The Federation of American Scientists, founded in the wake of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings, was originally made up of scientists from the Manhattan Project. The FAS remains vigilant about nuclear weapons and arms in general as well as transparency in government.
Fort Liberty Blog
Spreading the message of liberty around the globe.
A Vietnam veteran writes about the military, politics, government, and life in general.
Life After The Army
Are you prepared to leave the military? Over our years of service we have watched Soldiers ETS and retire unprepared for the life in the civilian sector. There's more than transitioning than preparing a resume. Were here to help.
My War: Killing Time in Iraq
While stationed in Iraq in 2004, an infantry soldier began this blog, which chronicles his tour of duty. He also talks about music he likes and random thoughts.
Provides a blog with commentary on and description of today's American military. Topics include his experiences, military news, army advice and more.
Writes about security, defense, and foreign policy issues concerning Australia, Southeast Asia and Afghanistan with an aim to provide a platform for comment and analysis of issues related to the research interests of the Security Scholar team.
Offers support and humor for husbands and wives of those in the military. Topics include deployment, reintegration, marriage, and military life in general.