Teachers pursue ‘more secure form of protection’
Educators examine the merits of gun ownership.
Medal of Honor Roll Call: Lewis L. Millett
Excerpt: In the fierce charge Capt. Millett bayoneted 2 enemy soldiers and boldly continued on, throwing grenades, clubbing and bayoneting the enemy, while urging his men forward by shouting encouragement.
The Evolution of Ranger School: Supporting the squad as the Foundation of the Decisive Force
After more a decade of combat, the Army learned the squad is the lethal cornerstone to beating the enemy. This is how the Army Ranger School fits serves that point.
Paxton to Congress: Marines to remain America’s ‘ready force’
With more than 37,000 Marines forward-deployed, home-stationed units “paying the bill” to keep Leathernecks on mission.
Pentagon: Despite Navy Yard, Fort Hood shootings, not safe to allow armed military personnel
DOD spokesman said it is too expensive and cumbersome to ensure garrisoned military personnel are trained to handle firearms.
Fort Hood shooting leaves 4 dead including shooter, 16 injured
A shooting rampage is halted by a good guy (actually, gal) with a gun.
Lecture: Jackson’s rise to prominence
Stonewall Jackson was a strange, brilliant military leader.
Schlesinger, who’d helmed CIA, Pentagon, dies at age 85
Schlesinger was a strong voice for a robust national security program during a time of weakness, retrenchment.
Medal of Honor Roll Cal: Ola L. Mize
When an enemy soldier stepped out behind a comrade, prepared to fire, M/Sgt. Mize killed him, saving the life of his fellow soldier.
Medal of Honor Roll Call: Vernon J. Baker
This great Wyoming hero waited 52 years for the Medal of Honor he earned in combat in Italy.
Video: A Day in the life of a Marine infantry corporal
Follow this Marine NCO and hear his story about leading Marines in the field.