I sure would hate to be danger close on that one!
The fight at Stone River Tenn.
“They never fought us with swords, but with guns and revolvers… We were better-armed than the (soldiers)…it was just like killing sheep.” — Rain-in-the-Face interview, 1894. “They fired with needle guns (single-shot carbines). We replied with magazine guns, repeating rifles…They could not stand up under such a fire.” — Sioux Chief Sitting Bull. “The Sioux … Continue reading “Guns and Bravery: Is This What Really Happened at the Little Bighorn? By: Warren Gray”
In June, Austin “Scott” Miller, the special-ops general chosen to be the 17th U.S. commander in Afghanistan, appeared before the Senate Armed Services Committee. Like so many of the generals who had preceded him, he suggested that he saw evidence of “progress” in the Afghan war, even if he refused to “guarantee you a timeline or an … Continue reading “The Pentagon Has Won the War that Matters Posted by William Astore”