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  • The Maine Thing
    The Maine Thing
    On February 18, 1898 the American battleship, USS Maine exploded in the harbor of Havana Cuba and catapulted the United States onto the world stage. Tensions between the US and Spain had been on the rise as the people of Cuba were fighting Spain...
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    Fox News host freaks over women joining Army Rangers, 'men can't have anything'
    History has been made. Two female soldiers are set to graduate from Army Ranger school this week and one Fox News host is less than thrilled about.Capt. Kristen Griest and 1st Lt. Shaye Haver will graduate from Army Ranger school tomorrow and will...
  • Wildfire North Of Los Angeles Burns Structures
    Feds call for military assistance to battle wildfires
    With more than 25,000 active fire fighters trying to stop them, the raging wildfires that are devastating about 10 Western states will be combated with military aid. The National Interagency Fire Center stated that about 200 active military...
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    Military kids more likely to engage in risky behaviors
    Children with parents or caregivers in the military are at a greater risk for using drugs or alcohol, bringing a weapon to school, and fighting than classmates who were not military connected, according to a new study. The research, published...
  • Flight of the Blue Falcon, by Jonathan Raab
    An interview with Jonathan Raab, author of 'Flight of the Blue Falcon'
    Jonathan Raab is a veteran of the Afghanistan war, where he served as an infantryman assigned to a combat advisor team. He is the editor-in-chief of Muzzleland Press and an editor for the War Writers’ Campaign. His work has appeared in The...
  • History of the military presence in Balboa Park lecture to be given
    Centennial lecture series in Balboa Park
    The San Diego History Center in Balboa Park invites curious minds to attend their Centennial Lecture Series as part of the Panama-California Exposition Celebration. A series of lectures discussing history, influences, people and events have been...
  • A Gabion in the Hand
    A Gabion In The Hand
    The picture above is of a gabion, basically sticks woven together to form a rough barrel. These structures were originally used during the Middle Ages as a sort of mobile fortification. They were light weight and easily transported often various...
  •  “When Daddy Comes Home”
    New children’s book helps young readers from military families
    Author Jenny La Sala has dedicated her life to veteran advocacy and spreading awareness about the physical and mental struggles soldiers face. Two of her previous nonfiction books, “Comes A Soldier's Whisper” and “Vietnam and...
  • A Well Dressed Johnny Reb
    A Well Dressed Johnny Reb
    The photo above is a representation of what a regular Confederate Infantry Soldier would have looked like. Notice the nice clean uniform, the musket, canteen, nice hat, bayonet hanging from his belt, even a backpack to hold his rations and...
  • Obamaland "gun free" utopia
    The absurdity of an unarmed citizenry at war!
    Another failure to learn from history is the only way to describe the foolhardy notion that allowing active duty military personnel to carry a sidearm while on duty at U.S. Military facilities could endanger the lives of personnel on the base. The...
  • Military recruiting in schools
    Why the terror attack in Chattanooga should serve as wake up call to our schools
    The recent attack in Chattanooga TN should serve as a wake up call not only to our local schools but also to all schools across the nation. As you should be aware, ISIS has made their intentions clear that they are targeting our military without...
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    Terrorism prevention; Pentagon directs recruiters to close the blinds
    In the wake of the latest Islamic jihadist attack on unarmed American servicemen, six different governors have authorized their respective National Guard soldiers, to include National Guard recruiters, to carry firearms to protect themselves from...
  • Governors arm National Guard
    Governors arm National Guard in wake of Chattanooga murders
    This week’s attack by an alleged Islamic extremist on a military recruiting office in Chattanooga was not the first such attack on soldier on American soil. In spite of a string of attacks on military bases and recruiting offices in the past...
  • Islamic terrorist Abdulazeez Jihad blog and school photo uncovered
    Islamic terrorist Abdulazeez Jihad blog and school photo uncovered
    Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez, the 24-year-old Kuwaiti-born Islamic follower who committed Islamic Jihad by opening fire at the Chattanooga, Tennessee military facilities in which four U.S. Marines were killed, wounded other service members and...
  • Four Marines killed in Chattanooga shooting
    Four Marines killed in Chattanooga shooting
    Thursday a gunmana attacked two military sites in Chattanooga, Tennessee killing four Marines. Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez, 24 is the suspected shooter and is also dead. In spite of the name,Ed Reinhold, FBI special agent in charge, told reporters...
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