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A comical look at Kim Jong-Un

This is my first published comic book! I drew it while on active duty deployed to South Korea. I was there and witnessed first-hand the craziness of the new North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un. It was and is a serious situation, but also worthy of humo ...

Wars Cloaked in Courage

The members of the Armed Forces that fought in Vietnam War were heroes, some paying the ultimate sacrifice. 235 Medals of Honor were received and since 1978 a further 26 awards have been presented. Of the total of 261 awards, 174 were to the Army (US ...

Peleliu 1944: The Forgotten Corner Of Hell

Peleliu 1944: The Forgotten Corner Of Hell (Campaign) by Gordeon Rottman The Invasion of Pelelieu Island remains one of bloodiest conflicts between the United States and Japan during World War II (1939-1945). During World War II Japan had prepared it ...

Thucydides, History of the Peloponnesian War

Thucydides “History of the Peloponnesian War” Thucydides “History of the Peloponnesian War,” Translated by Rex Warner in 1954 is by far one of the best books I have ever read. The book was written 400 years before Christ and gives an account ...

George C. Marshall: A Marshall Plan For Leadership And Selfless Service

A Marshall Plan For Leadership And Selfless Service General Marshall led the effort of the War Department during World War II. His leadership of the U.S. Armed Forces is often overlooked. However, his reflection on selfless service and leadership is ...

Rescue Swimmer workouts

So Others May Live is the motto of every United States Navy Rescue Swimmer. I was a Rescue Swimmer for five years, stationed in beautiful Coronado, California. The training to become a Rescue Swimmer was challenging both mentally and physically. Eve ...

The price if freedom is eternal vigilance.

– Thomas Jefferson

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