Theodore Roosevelt was one of America’s greatest Presidents Rugged and fearless, Roosevelt sought out challenges. Teddy Roosevelt, America’s 26th President, ascended to the job when his boss, William McKinley, succumbed to an assassin’s bullet in September of 1901 (Read the story of his assassination here – The Assassination of William McKinley: Of Hopeless Causes and One Seriously … Continue reading “The Manliest American Who Ever Lived and the Gun That Didn’t Stop Him by WILL DABBS”
Tom Threepersons by Skeeter Skelton Shooting Times Magazine October 1980 Mention the name Tom Threepersons in New York or Chicago, and you’ll probably evoke a small response. But to utter this full-blooded Cherokee Indian’s name along the Mexican border is to inspire a string of yarns stretching from the Gulf of California to the Gulf of … Continue reading “Here in deed was a man!”
The 92nd Highlanders at Kandahar. Oil by Richard Caton Woodville Jr.
My military intelligence company moved into a fortress that had been built by Hitler to withstand an artillery attack. There was a large commercial kitchen in the basement that the captain decided we didn’t need. All the counters and cupboards were built of steel-reinforced concrete. Every lower-enlisted guy was handed a sledge hammer and told … Continue reading “A Great GI Story About what a Good Officer is like by Heiland Hoff, former Sergeant at U.S. Army (1981-1986)”
THE FOUNDATION OUR IMPACT SCHOLARS GET INVOLVED NEWS SHOP DONATE SIXTH CLASS Pat Tillman Foundation is proud to name 58 U.S. service members, veterans and military spouses as 2014 Tillman Scholars. In recognition of their service, leadership and academic excellence, the newly selected class will receive over $1.4 million in scholarships to pursue their higher education and … Continue reading “Some interesting Folks who have or still are serving in the Green Machine”