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James E. Miller; a posthumous Distinguished Flying Cross

MCPO Retired in TN sends us a link at the Department of Defense which reports that they are about to award a Distinguished Flying Cross to Army Capt. James E. Miller who was the first aviator killed in combat on March 9, 1918; Miller, Maj. M. F. Harmon and Maj. Davenport Johnson began the first […]

Georgia can’t be bought, a sweet, sweet victory

The Democrats pulled out all the stops and threw in everything including the kitchen sink. I’ll wager those clichés will be repeated incessantly all across America tomorrow to describe the huge effort the Democrats made to win the most expensive congressional district election in history. And they lost. How sweet it is that citizens of […]

Inmates save guard

Just when I’ve given up on people, this happens; The prisoners were weeding and cleaning a local cemetery when the unidentified guard passed out, face-down, in hot and humid temperatures, authorities said. The inmates rushed to the man’s side, turned him over and removed his gun belt. Then the prisoners removed the officer’s bulletproof vest […]

Classified military records

This is from a case that was sent to us from someone. I’m not going to write about the person or the reason that some other person thought that we should expose him, but it’s good teaching point for the phonies out there who think that they can avoid our scrutiny by claiming that their […]

Huntington awarded $3 billion AAS contract | F-35A flights at Luke AFB resumed | India’s Seahawk deal dropped

Americas Huntington Ingalls has been awarded a $3 billion contract modification for the design and construction of the America-class Landing Helicopter Assault Replacement Amphibious Assault Ship. The majority of work will take place in Pascagoula, Miss., with further work to be carried out at smaller sites. Completion is expected for January 2024. The vessels will […]

Navy eyes upping Super Hornet numbers | Lockheed close to next F-35 order | M-346FA unveiled at paris air show

Americas It’s been revealed that the US Navy intends to acquire at least 80 F/A-18 Super Hornet fighter aircraft over the next five years, running against initial plans to zero out the aircraft program beginning next year. The announcement was made by the sailing branch to the US Senate Armed Services seapower subcommittee last week […]

‘F you, I’m Millwall’ beer

11B-Mailclerk sends us a link to the UK’s Telegraph which reports on a new Sweden-brewed beer inspired by Roy Larner, the hero of the Black & Blue restaurant and bar where some terrorists attacked patrons and Larner attracted their attention from the rest with his now-iconic phrase “F you, I’m Millwall”. In a statement on […]

Perry James; phony POW

Gunnery Sergeant Perry “PJ” James was listed on the old POW Network website before it closed down. Here’s his entry; He claimed that he was a POW of the Viet Cong for a brief period before he escaped. As Hondo explained, only 32 American military personnel were captured and escaped from the enemy. Perry James […]

Wednesday morning feel good stories

From Riverton, Utah, Derrick Palmer, 36, had a bad night after consuming too much firewater; Palmer went outside the house, and for an unknown reason began undressing and dressing in the middle of the street. Two teenage boys who were just getting home saw what was happening and kept driving. They called their parents as […]

Arguments on Troops' Injuries Expected at Bergdahl Hearing This Week

Prosecutors want to present evidence that a soldier and a Navy SEAL suffered grievous injuries to find Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.

Former Navy SEAL and CIA Special Agent Charged in Drug-Smuggling Case

A man said to be a former Navy SEAL and CIA special agent has been arrested in connection with a drug-smuggling investigation.

SEAL Team 6 Loves The MP7

Business Insider: Looking almost like an oversized pistol, the Heckler & Koch MP7 is a cross between a submachine gun and a carbine that serves around the world in the hands of law enforcement and special operations units. In the late 1980s, NATO developed requirements for a next-generation personal defense weapon that would be more […]

Congressman Massie Introduces Gun Carry Reciprocity For D.C.

The Washington Free Beacon: Republican Congressman Thomas Massie (R., Ky.) introduced a bill on Thursday that would require Washington, D.C., to honor valid gun-carry permits from other states. Rep. Massie said the D.C. Personal Protection Reciprocity Act was a direct reaction to last week’s attack on Republican congressmen at a baseball field in Alexandria, Va., […]

Air Force: 135 Patients May Have Been Exposed to HIV, Hepatitis

The U.S. Air Force is notifying 135 patients who received colonoscopy or endoscopy procedures at Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar.

Russian jet “buzzes” USAF RC-135

Fox News reports that an armed Russian Su-27 flew within a few feet of an Air Force RC-135 reconnaissance aircraft yesterday over the Baltic Sea, after the Russians warned that they would start busting caps on US aircraft flying over the Levant after a Navy F-18 shot down a Syrian Su-22; Once alongside, the Russian […]

Robert Kelly; Canadian Phony

Our friends at Stolen Valour-Canada send us their work to get Robert Kelly some cross-border love. We were recently asked to review a number of photographic images of “Sergeant” Robert Kelly who resides in the Leamington, Ontario area. Our review identified many inconsistencies in his dress / appearance and, when combined with his confusing claims […]

Alexander Kudla, VA LPN stole thousands from vet

The Department of Justice reports that Alexander Kudla, a former licensed practical nurse who worked for Wilmington Veterans Affairs Medical Center was sentenced in Federal court for stealing more than $22,000 from a disabled veteran. A VAMC patient requested help withdrawing funds from an ATM due to the patient’s physical limitations. Kudla abused his position […]

F-35s Grounded at Luke Set to Fly Again: Officials

The F-35As at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, will be back in the air Wednesday after officials paused operations.

Billy Ray Masters; phony POW

Someone noticed a grave marker in South Bend, Indiana for Billy Ray Masters which claims that Mr Masters was a Vietnam War POW. Mr Masters has yet to be interred at his intended last resting place; The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) has never heard of him; He is indeed a Vietnam veteran, an engineer […]

No, the Left and Right are NOT morally equivalent

One thing you can be assured of here at TAH is that when Jonn or I or any other author posts a piece critical of liberals and their Democrat party, especially when it deals with a particularly despicable action on their part, there will quickly follow a comment by one or more of our resident […]

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