Teachers pursue ‘more secure form of protection’
Educators examine the merits of gun ownership.
Medal of Honor Roll Call: Charles C. Rogers
Although painfully wounded a second time during the assault, Lt. Col. Rogers pressed the attack killing several of the enemy and driving the remainder from the positions.
Marines operating ‘Swift, Silent, Deadly’
Once the Marines landed, they immediately readied their rifles, pulled out a compass, radioed their location and began to pack their parachutes in order to regroup.
Tune out the War Party!
Russophobia is rampant and the op-ed pages are ablaze here.
McRaven: Special ops forces ready for Afghanistan after 2014
Congressional testimony opens a window into the thinking of this celebrated flag officer.
Medal of Honor Roll Call: Bruce A. Grandstaff
“…Now enduring intense pain and bleeding profusely, he crawled to within ten meters of an enemy machinegun which had caused many casualties among his men…”
Intervene? Or end Syrian War?
There is a grave moral issue here — for us.
CBO: The military is getting squeezed
Our debt and entitlement commitments will grow until nothing else remains.
Army cuts will take it back to pre-World War II levels
Base closings, pay freezes, benefit cuts, and the end of our two-front fighting capability
Medal of Honor Roll Call: Charles B. Morris
Knocked down and stunned, he regained consciousness and continued to treat the wounded, reposition his men, and inspire and encourage their efforts.
173rd paratroopers assist Slovenian partners during ice storm
“Sky Soldiers” answered to call when Slovenia was hit by a 100-year ice storm.