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Statement by Secretary of Defense Ash Carter on Lt. Gen. Thomas Waldhauser

I want to congratulate Lt. Gen. Thomas Waldhauser on his nomination to serve as commander, U.S. Forces AFRICOM, and his promotion, if approved by… 155 more words

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#TargetBathrooms and Target Parking Lots when you self-Identify as Dogs and Cats

So Target now allow people to use whatever restrooms they self-identify themselves as.

Which leads me to this question: 141 more words


Vietnam War Medal of Honor Recipient Santiago J. Erevia Dies at Age 70

This is from War History OnLine. 

R. I. P. Sergeant Santiago J. Erevia. 

A recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor for his bravery in Vietnam has passed away. 410 more words

Tom Gaffney

Tom Gaffney

by: john harrison

On a recent Saturday morning I was to be the referee at my son’s Montgomery County Swim League swim meet. One of the principal jobs of the referee is to blow his, or her, whistle at appropriate times during the meet to move things along. 1,081 more words


He jumped with 101st Airborne at D-Day invasion - Cpl. Ed Stecher fought from Normandy to Prague

Ed Stecher of Punta Gorda, Fla. joined the 101st Airborne Division in February 1942 when he was 19-years-old. He jumped as part of the D-Day invasion at Normandy, France, 62 years ago today on June 6, 1944 (when first published in the Charlotte Sun newspaper). 1,306 more words

World War II

What Goes Up, Must Come Down

What Goes Up, Must Come Down

by: john harrison

It is not true. I don’t care what they say, or who says it, the stories are just not true. 2,209 more words



February 1, 1973.

A photograph is published on the front page of the Bay Times.

A photograph taken in 1968.

Five years had done nothing to lessen the photograph’s weight and impact. 1,357 more words