military

Gettysburg Battlefield in 1913

This picture was taken at the Gettysburg battlefield at a part of the battlefield called the angle which was the high water mark of Pickett’s charge. This picture was taken in 1913 fifty years after the battle. Blue and Gray all veterans of the bloody fighting that occurred at Gettysburg meet as Americans shaking hands fifty years later–not as enemies, but as Americans.


US Navy Swim Call

Every wonder what Sailors and Marines do in the middle of the ocean while on active duty? Here’s a photo glimpse into a rare “swim call”. Sailors and Marines get a little time to let loose, swim and dive while under the watchful eyes of rescue swimmers. Courtesy of America’s Navy via Flickr Courtesy of America’s Navy via Flickr Courtesy of America’s Navy via Flickr Courtesy of America’s Navy via Flickr Courtesy of America’s Navy…


DON’T JUDGE A BOOK BY IT’S COVER – LESSONS FROM A SKINHEAD

A Leftist activist decided to smear a man and made assumptions about him — as the Left does — based on hateful, bigoted stereotypes. He called a bald man a “skinhead” because of his appearance and attendance at a “right-wing event,” and was quickly shamed (as much as a Leftist can be) when the man explained that a condition he suffered in the military caused him to lose his hair. The Washington Free Beacon reported:…



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I AM TIRED OF THE USE OF THE WORD HERO!

Every day I hear the misuse of the word hero. I hear the media talking about a celebrity or an athlete being a hero. I hear about reformed alcoholics or drug abusers being called heroes because they are now clean and sober. I hear about a celebrity being a hero for standing up for an injustice somewhere in the world. None of these circumstances or actions makes one a hero. A hero is not someone…