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”

The Eight Essential Characteristics of Officership A Guest Post by Nathan Player

  I wrote this article while sitting in a hotel room in Madrid contemplating how I got here. I was visiting the Spanish and Portuguese militaries as part of my experience in the Army’s Schools of Other Nations (SON) Program. I have spent the last nine months studying at the Colombian Superior School of War, … Continue reading “The Eight Essential Characteristics of Officership A Guest Post by Nathan Player”

A Good one from the Green Machine!

All American Engineers Honor Valor, Sacrifice of WWII Waal River Crossing [Image 5 of 9] FORT BRAGG, NC, UNITED STATES Photo by Maj. Thomas Cieslak  3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division  Paratroopers assigned to Company B, 307th Airborne Engineer Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division row a Zodiac boas across Fort Bragg’s McKellar’s … Continue reading “A Good one from the Green Machine!”

America’s Planned War on Britain

Well I guess it kept the Staff weenies busy and out of trouble back then! https://youtu.be/kS2AlIJ621c?t=824 Attachments area Preview YouTube video America’s Planned War on Britain America’s Planned War on Britain