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Serving with Paint, Paper and Pencils

Weapon? – Check!

Gas Mask? – Check!

Paint Brush? – Check!

Sketch Book? – Wait! WHAT???

Paint brushes, sketch books and charcoal pencils are usually thought of as implements of art, not of war. 1,196 more words

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U.S. wary of Putin's declaration of military victory in Syria

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States is voicing skepticism about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s announcement of a major withdrawal of Russian troops from Syria and is arguing that his declaration of victory against Islamic State was premature. 6 more words

Su-25SM Su-25SM ground-attack aircraft carried out night missile launches at the facilities of the conventional enemy

INTERFAX-AVN – In Stavropol Krai, pilots of the air group of the Southern Military District on Su-25SM ground attack aircraft attacked at night the missile-and-bomb strike against the combat formations of the conventional enemy at the air range, reports the headquarters of the Southern Military District. 103 more words


Help Us Honor Veterans and Deployed Service Men and Women this Holiday Season by Sharing a Card or Letter in Appreciation of their Service and Sacrifices.

Hot off the press by Mz. Koko Bowden


WASHINGTON, D.C. – 2017 marks the seventh year that America’s Adopt A Soldier ® will reach out to America to ask for cards of thanks to share with our nation’s Service Members who are deployed and Veterans who are in State Veterans Homes and Hospitals. 232 more words

Cliche Lies

There is a lie and we all know it is a lie. But for some reason we continue to believe and pursue the lie. God has made it very apparent in my life right now that He is taking me through a season of changing my view and perspective so that when a lie comes up, either against my identity or the world or about how people view me, I can instantly recognize the lie. 1,798 more words


Wreaths across America stops in Branford 

BRANFORD — Police cruisers from as far away as Maine escorted roughly a dozen big rigs through Branford Tuesday as part of the Wreaths Across America initiative, designed to remember America’s fallen soldiers during the holiday season. 207 more words


1920: Bombers over New York

Army Air Forces photo of Martin Bombers Flying over New York City; the photo is undated, but the biplane silhouettes suggest a date in the 1920’s. (source)