Some very good Leadership advice that is really universal – How to Fail as a Major, A Guest Post by Terron Wharton

October 30, 2013 – Photo by Staff Sgt.Tim Chacon   “…the expectations of a Major are very different than those of a captain, and not everyone knows what these expectations are or the impact they have on personal and professional success.” -MG(R) Tony Cucolo, “In Case You Didn’t Know It, Things Are Very Different Now: … Continue reading “Some very good Leadership advice that is really universal – How to Fail as a Major, A Guest Post by Terron Wharton”

For the History Teachers out there – A great intro to Western Civilization, The day the Universe Changed Video Clips

For me at least, this series about the History of Technology was a real eye opener to me. Hopefully you might enjoy them also! Grumpy Western Civilization documentaries: The day the universe changed by James Burke Click here for a link list of Kenneth Clark’s Civilisation series as well as James Burke’s connections 1. The day the universe … Continue reading “For the History Teachers out there – A great intro to Western Civilization, The day the Universe Changed Video Clips”

Operation Magic Carpet – Well I thought it was interesting

From the Feral Irishman: “The Magic Carpet Ride” Returning the troops home after WWII was a daunting task The Magic Carpet that flew everyone home. The U.S. military experienced an unimaginable increase during World War II. In 1939, there were 334,000 servicemen, not counting the Coast Guard. In 1945, there were over 12 million, including the Coast Guard. At the … Continue reading “Operation Magic Carpet – Well I thought it was interesting”