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71 years ago: the 362nd goes train busting

On May 17, 1944, the 362nd Fighter Group attacked the marshalling yards at Busigny. 27 planes bombed, with 16 providing top cover; the load of 54 500-pound bombs was split between two areas in the yards. 168 more words

362nd Fighter Group

ACA track distance star looks to dad for direction

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A lot of the success Alabama Christian’s Sheldon Britton brings to distance running is in the work he does studying his sport. 804 more words


Attitude, Yes Face, and a Blocked Punt

During Thomas Jefferson’s presidency he and a group of travelers were crossing a river that had overflowed its banks. Each man crossed on horseback fighting for his life. 449 more words


Catching Up With The California Ramblers

It’s fun to imagine regular readers of this blog asking between posts, “What is Andrew listening to now? Where is he? What is he going to post about next?” Imagining all that assumes regular readership, which is a flattering idea that I have no way of either proving or disproving.   1,118 more words

X's and O's

In tic tac toe, once you and your opponents have a good knowledge of the strategy of the game X’s and O’s become less important. What matters most is having possession more times than your opponent. 240 more words

Character And Mental Toughness

People Can't Change Character But They Can Change Habits?

Unfortunately many people will tell you that a person’s character can not be changed.

However, we all know people who have changed their habits.

So people can change. 122 more words