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Private Mosheim Feaster, E Troop, 7th Cavalry - Extraordinary Gallantry

For extraordinary gallantry, advancing to an exposed position and holding it, in action against hostile Sioux Indians, at Wounded Knee Creek, South Dakota.

Twenty-one-year-old Mosheim Feaster had been in the Army little more than a year and in the 7th Cavalry less than that when he arrived with his unit at Major S.

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7th Cavalry

The Physical Benefits of Gaming

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A brief glimpse at various studies conducted in the medical community concluding that video games provide physical benefits to humans.

Book Review: Medal of Honor

I received this book from Zenith Press as compensation for my review. All these thoughts are my own.

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Book Review

Honoring Your Forebears: Our College Pick

Regular readers of a particular magazine can usually pick up on that publication’s voice. Articles sound like Cosmo or the New Yorker or Saveur and we read them because we like articles that sound that way. 92 more words

College

In war there are the "lucky" and then there is Steve Young

“The reason my responses are limited is because I am at work. Some of us weren’t lucky enough to be war heroes, so we still have to work for a living instead of being able to rely on a monthly check from the government.”

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Left-wing Radicals

Valor Speech

The following is a copy of a speech CDR Shipley gave at a Navy Ball in 2010 to an audience of mostly US Navy midshipmen and enlisted personnel: 1,782 more words

Foreign Policy