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The Hokey Pokey

I am woman, hear me roar In numbers too big to ignore And I know too much to go back an' pretend --I Am Woman, Helen Reddy I've seen your picture Your name in lights above it This is your big debut It's like a dream come true --Peg,Show More Summary

Anthony Laskowski’s family sought

The Citizens’ Voice says that the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency is looking for surviving family members of Army Private Anthony Laskowski. Laskowski was killed near Ajincourt, France on October 10, 1944 is a massive explosion. His remains were lost with those of twelve others in the conflagration, but recent recovery efforts have uncovered some remains, […]

Dunford ‘not giving up’ on Pakistan

According to Reuters, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Marine Corps General Joseph Dunford claims that he still has hope that Pakistan can commit to the war against terror within their own borders; The United States has long blamed militant safe-havens in Pakistan for prolonging the war in neighboring Afghanistan, giving insurgents, including from […]

Tuesdays with Claymore

So sayeth the millionaire Shithole Not so funny now is it? Papists Shithole Part 2 This feels like virtue signalling Pro tips for the soy boys “Inclusion” Surprised to find out this guy is still on tv! A political eternity Kneel Parking privileges Aw…what an incredible made up story. Voice of an angel Sold out? […]

Coming Soon to Grocery Stores Near You!

What new product am I talking about? Well, here ya go – it’s called “Unicorn Fruit Loops”:     No, I’m not joking – I’m serious. It’s already available in the UK. Supposedly it will be available in the US in March. I’d guess it will be quite popular with college students and recent grads […]

Tuesday morning feel good stories

From Waco, Texas; Waco police responded to the Mr. Magoo’s bar at 4601 Hodde Dr. at around 2:00 a.m. Sunday. Officers determined that a customer who became upset when the bar announced last call, got into an argument with a bouncer, pulled out a handgun and fired several rounds, sending the bouncer running for cover. […]

Thailand’s T-50s need new engines after storm | Last RAF Lynx make final flight | MoD skeptical of Indian Navy’s third aircraft carrier proposal

Americas Aviation Week reports on Boeing’s unveiling of its Mach 5 hypersonic demonstrator concept at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics SciTech forum. Dubbed the ‘son of Blackbird’, the aircraft features a delta-wing and builds on the two decades of hypersonic demonstrator experience Boeing gained from the X-43 and X-51A projects, as well as […]

Thai T-50s hit bad weather, welcoming ceremony postponed | Airbus announce Taiwan payout, German one on the cards | New Belgian NH90s need radar fix

Americas Boeing revealed Wednesday, a new unmanned electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) cargo air vehicle prototype. Powered by an environmentally-friendly electric propulsion system with eight counter rotating blades allowing...Show More Summary

Saudi Shopping Spree: 24 UH-60L Black Hawk Helicopters, and more

Latest updates: Fleet upgrades to UH-60L; Final helis make Saudi Arabia one of the last UH-60L customers. UH-60L: Leaving the LZ (lick to view larger) On July 20/06, the US DSCA announced Saudi Arabia’s official request to buy 24 UH-60L Black Hawk helicopters, plus spares and support. The UH-60L Black Hawk is currently the USA’s […]

Martin Luther King Day 2018

Hoping all of our readers are having a productive January, and that those resolutions are sticking after the end of year feasting and excess. As tomorrow is Martin Luther King Day—and the first time since 2007 the holiday falls on the great man’s actual birthday—we shall not be observing regular posting to the site. Posting […]

Surion: Eurocopter’s Korean KHP/KUH Helicopter Deal

KHP/Surion rollout (click to view full) South Korea currently owns around 700 helicopters, but more than half are considered outdated, and they need to be replaced. December 2005 marked the endgame for a South Korean competition to produce about 245 utility transport helicopters, which would be developed and produced as a semi-indigenous program. The KHP/ […]

Russian Navy?s Crews Use Tablets to Master New Ships

18 hours agoIndustries / Military : Mil.Today

Crews of the Project 02690 floating cranes obtained interactive electronic technical manuals for ship servicing. They are made as a program for web-browsers and can be opened even on a tablet.

Understanding Head Space On An AR-15

Tom McHale writing at Ammoland gives us a good rundown of what head space means and how to check it.  I won’t copy and past his prose because that would be bad form.  Visit Ammoland and read Tom’s piece.  But I will lift one of the videos and embed it here.

Visit the Hermit Kingdom- the State Department has a couple recommendations first.

Fox News reports the US State Department is fine with Americans traveling to North Korea, but will not guarantee one’s safe return. In fact, they recommend making preparations in the all to likely event the trip will be one-way. ‘“The U.S. government is unable to provide emergency services to U.S. citizens in North Korea as […]

92-year-old Bulge vet reunited with dogtag

Boris Stern got a package from Jean Paul Mandier of France recently – it contained a dogtag that he had lost in the opening hours of the Battle of the Bulge in December, 1944 according to Fox13; A collector of relics, Mandier bought the dog tag from a friend. Searching for Stern online, he discovered […]

Chuck Hagel and leadership

Former Senator Chuck Hagel, who also served as the Defense Secretary during the Obama Administration, and as a squad leader in the Vietnam War came out of hiding today to criticize the current Presidential administration on the subject of leadership. He told the Lincoln, Nebraska Journal-Star; “Globally, you see the same political dysfunction in virtually […]

3rd World shitholery

A perusal of the news this weekend makes me weep for the nation as we seem to be slipping into the “shithole” category of nations. For example, some bureaucrat in Hawaii, flicked the wrong switch triggering a warning to the entire state about incoming nuclear missiles. A person’s who sole responsibility in life is to […]

Joe Chamblin wins another one

HMC Ret sends a link to the news that former Marine Corps Staff Sergeant Joe Chamblin who lost his job as a sniper when someone posted a video of his team urinating on the corpses of Taliban fighters has won another court battle; The United States Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals decided today it […]

Sports Broadcaster Keith Jackson passes

Devtun sends us the sad news that iconic sportscaster, Keith Jackson has passed at the age of 89. He was known for his colorful expressions, “Whoa, Nellie!” was probably his most famous proclamation. He began calling college football games for ABC Sports when it acquired the broadcast rights for NCAA football in 1966. He also […]

Sergeant Major John Canley may receive Medal of Honor

According to Military.com, the paperwork has been sent to President Trump to upgrade the Navy Cross for US Marine Corps Sergeant Major John Canley to a Medal of Honor for his actions during the battle for Hue, Vietnam from January 31st, 1968 to February 6th, 1968; With backing from Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, paperwork to […]

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