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Major Gen. Jerry R. Curry (US Army Ret.), Ph.D. is a decorated combat veteran, Army Aviator, Paratrooper and Ranger who has served his country both in the military and as a Presidential appointee in three administrations. He is also the author of From Private to General (Believe Books). Like this article? Get the latest Guns & Patriots delivered to your email every Tuesday. Sign up here - it's free!
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    There were many occasions, during my thirty-four or so years of serving in the U.S. Army, when I took command of failing military units and nursed them back to good, sound health. I did it so often that it became | Read More »

  • Put Up or Shut Up

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  • A Warning of Things to Come

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    The White House announced that on March 5th it was convening a “Summit on Entrepreneurship” as part of President Obama’s outreach to Muslim nations. The conference is scheduled to take place April 26-27 in the nation’s capitol. White House spokesman | Read More »

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