Back around 30 years ago & a hundred pounds or so. I was finishing up my enlistment with my National Guard Unit, (HHT 1/18th Cav). So for my last Field Training Exercise with the Green Machine. Our unit had gone from its Armory at Ontario California up to Fort Irwin / NTC for qualifications. Where … Continue reading “The M3A1 Grease Gun – One of the Most Fun MG’s I ever shot!”
Activists demand more social justice in Medieval Studies Toni AiraksinenNew Jersey Senior Campus Correspondent@Toni_Airaksinenon Jul 19, 2018 at 1:27 PM A group of medieval studies scholars is threatening to boycott next year’s International Congress on Medieval Studies to protest the rejection of sessions proposed by “Medievalists of Color.” Conference organizers, however, insist that workshops like … Continue reading “Just another reason on why I am so glad to be a RETIRED Teacher!”
https://youtu.be/vw2swRlrlCo A great Rifle if you can get your hands on one!
29 July 1775 The legal origin of the Chaplains is found in a resolution of the Continental Congress, adopted 29 July 1775, which made provision for the pay of chaplains. The Office of the Chief of Chaplains was created by the National Defense Act of 1920. Now I have always liked the Padres. Most of … Continue reading “Happy Birthday to the US Army Chaplains!”