Triggers and Trigger Moments

When I was younger and in awe of what the tough man my Dad was, I used to be amazed at how I watched him get older but at the same time more sentimental. My Dad was a tough as nails, a three combat tour Special Forces soldier. He was super strict and I only […]

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Origination of Memorial Day

I had always thought it was Union General John Logan who started the idea of “honoring our fallen”, but according to this new article it appears that concept originated from a different group of people in a far-away land. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/may/22/who-held-the-first-memorial-day-celebration   On 1 May, “in cooperation with white missionaries and teachers”, 3,000 black children bearing […]

Photo from the mission, courtesy of TacAirNet.com

This is the way it should be done

A great story was recently posted on tacairnet.com about a covert mission that happened in 1987. The title of the story is ” The US Army’s Night Stalkers Once Helped Steal an Attack Helicopter From the African Desert” It is a great story about how the USA was able to procure a cutting-edge Russian HIN-D helicopter […]


Range 15

The Video says it all, but to summarize…Nick, Tom and the boys from RangerUp along with Matt B. and the Article15 crew along with Tim Kennedy, and a couple of MoH recipients thrown in for good measure are looking to make a movie to shame all movies. They need your help to get it over the […]


At least it is something

I am sure he only wrote this GoldStar Mom back because of he media backlash. Gen. Martin Dempsey is used to giving orders, but it was an apology he issued Monday to Debbie Lee, after the Gold Star mom complained that the joint chiefs chairman trivialized the Iraqi town where her son became the first […]