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Fort Bragg Hospital Looks Back on Response to 1994 Green Ramp Disaster

When the fireball and debris from two aircraft cut through about 500 soldiers at Green Ramp in 1994, the unthinkable happened.

Terror in London

A fellow whose name is being kept from the media attacked in London yesterday, killing three people and injuring scores, including Kurt Cochran, an American from Utah, as reported by The Guardian. Cochran’s widow is still in the hospital being treated for her injuries. The terrorist was killed by police – a good guy with […]

Brandon Blankenship, the phony Marine Lieutenant

We talked a bit on Tuesday about Brandon Blankenship, the fellow in Wisconsin who pretended to be a Marine Corps officer and rented 20 apartments for his imaginary platoon. Someone sent us the criminal complaint against him. Apparently, he’s not a good person; It was also found that Blankenship had two outstanding felony warrants. One […]

Jack Junior Ottenwalder arrested for stolen valor

In Lehigh Acres, Florida, a sheriff’s deputy responded to a call at Jack Junior Ottenwalders home and for some reason Jack showed the deputy, a veteran, his DD214 discharge record. According to the Press-Record, the deputy noticed something was off about the DD214; A deputy, who has military experience, responded to Ottenwalder’s home back in […]

Megan Morse, IAVA and Paul Rieckhoff continue to have problems with integrity.

We first wrote about her back in 2013 and had to update her adventures in 2015. Initially, Megan Morse was featured in a video representing a Congressman before a group of veterans.   I am beginning to notice a pattern here in 2017.  In pictures taken just the other day Megan Morse is yet again […]

Thursday morning feel good stories

From Springfield, Illinois; According to the statement, Bettendorf repeatedly rang the doorbell of a house on the 1300 block of East Blaine Street at about 4 a.m. The homeowner didn’t recognize Bettendorf and didn’t open the door, the statement said, so Bettendorf went around the house and tried to pry off a window screen by […]

Landmark Air Force Academy Chapel to Close for Major Repairs

The Cadet Chapel at the Air Force Academy will close for up to four years starting next summer for major restoration work.

Officials: Man Arrested After Going AWOL 45 Years Ago

Authorities say they've arrested a Florida man who went AWOL from the U.S. Air Force 45 years ago.

First US Aircraft Carrier of Trump Presidency Enters Gulf

American sailors watched as the first Revolutionary Guard vessels appeared on the horizon of the Strait of Hormuz.

How To Fix Scratches On Your AR-15

Okay, there’s no need for name-calling Dave, because scratches can cause corroding with Aluminum (even if it doesn’t rust).  Now, do a compatible video for carbon steel.

The Wheels Are Coming Off The Coverup: Note To FBI Agents, Now Is The Time To Come Forward

By now you’re aware that House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes said that Trump transition team was under surveillance.  He was polite.  He said it was “inadvertent.”  We all know better.  He’s handing out bits and pieces of information in order to bait the field. Meanwhile, I haven’t linked George Webb for a while but he’s still […]

North Dakota Constitutional Carry

Rapid City Journal: BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The North Dakota Legislature has voted to allow most adults to carry a concealed firearm without a permit, but it’s not clear whether the governor will support the move. The Senate approved the measure 34-13 on Tuesday and the House passed it last month. It would allow people […]

Germany Blocks Arms Sales to Turkey

The German government has refused approval for military exports to NATO partner country Turkey on a growing number of occasions. Ministers are concerned the weapons could be used to oppress the local population. Berlin has rejected more than 10 applications for arms exports to Turkey in recent months, reports German daily “Süddeutsche Zeitung” (SZ), citing

General Order #1

My how times have changed. While searching for 250,000-year-old flint tools, Israeli archaeologists have discovered a a more modern find — century-old liquor bottles that belonged to British soldiers in World War I.  Of course, they were empty. “Excavation director Ron Toueg says uniform buttons, belt buckles and riding equipment were found near the city […]

Communists, Russians and Collusion

My elementary education began in 1958 in a wood framed single story schoolhouse holding grades 1 through 6. I recall my first day. There is not much else readily available in my memory of that time, but I remember that as clearly as I remember the day President Kennedy was assassinated which also happened while […]

Air Force Weighs Retiring F-15C/D Fighter in Mid-2020s

The Air Force is looking at possible plans to retire the F-15C/D Eagle as early as the mid-2020s, officials told lawmakers.

Russian Shipyards May Equip Warships with LNG Powerplants

19 hours agoIndustries / Military : Mil.Today

United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) would build ships powered with liquefied natural gas (LNG) in case of such instruction from the defense ministry, the USC president Aleksey Rakhmanov told Mil.Today at the industry conference coinciding with the corporation?s tenth anniversary.

Brigadier General Ron Lewis keeps his security clearance

Bobo and David send us links to USAToday which reports that Brigadier General Ron Lewis who has been admonished for using his government credit card to pay for his tab at sex clubs and his habitual drunkenness while accompanying the Secretary of Defense. “You are reprimanded for unprofessional conduct while serving in a position of […]

U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer (honorary) and U.S. Marine (honorary) Gary Sinise to receive 2017 George Catlett Marshall Medal.

Gary Sinise will be honored by the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) during the Marshall Dinner on October 11. The dinner will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. It is nice to see one of the good guys being recognized for decades of selfless dedication to veterans.  The […]

Ship's Name Honors Pearl Harbor Medal of Honor Recipient

The Navy this summer plans to commission a new guided-missile destroyer named after a sailor who received the Medal of Honor.

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