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100 years ago: William Sidney Gallie died

William Sidney Gallie, a grain merchant, died in Camp Mohawk near Deseronto on this day in 1917. He was born in the United States in 1896, the son of William and Mary Gallie. 256 more words


Student union reiterates opposition to mandatory ROTC during House meeting

The National Union of Students of the Philippines (NUSP) reiterated its opposition to the proposed restoration of mandatory military training or Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) during a meeting of the House of Representatives Committee on Basic Education and Culture on August 14, Monday. 320 more words


Today vs Tomorrow...

“Tomorrows battle is won during today’s practice.”

Samurai maxim


Can the Pentagon Win When Putsch Comes to Shove? A Rare Pentagon “Success” Story, by Nick Turse

Sometimes the US trains a regime, and sometimes the US trains the group planning a coup against a regime, and sometimes the US trains both sides. 365 more words

Foreign Policy

100 years ago: George Anderson Morton died

On this day in 1917, George Anderson Morton, a grain merchant, died at Camp Mohawk near Deseronto as the result of a flying accident. George was born in Winnipeg on September 20th, 1895, the son of Thomas Morton and Mary (née Anderson). 305 more words


Alternatives to Force on Force Training

On a clear moon lite night, as I stack next to the door, on the side where the hinges are located and seeing that the door will swing inward, I was in the right position. 626 more words

Military Gear


My mother always said, there was nothing more handsome than a man in uniform.  I find that amusing, since her husband never served in the military and never wore any kind of uniform.  417 more words