Military opinion – The Colonel with the flaming wings Part 1 or, The Burrito.

Link to the article at military.com From the article, and on another occasion (the Colonel) "warmed a burrito on the exhaust duct of the aircraft." I cannot stand by and allow this injustice to go unaddressed. The exhaust duct is designed for warming burritos and crew chiefs (at least on the UH-60). Any crew member …

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Questions for Joshua Linney

You are planning a career in politics and it appears you have had several bumps in the road when it comes to your biography and how you present yourself. The intention of this interview is to simply post what your responses are instead of creating a journalistic article where the context is not included and …

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Reverie – On bumper stickers

Peace through superior firepower. Peace is only one-sided, the ending side of a war is always submission. Submission is not peace. Submission is the kiln for continued war. It is a self-sustaining system once the fire is lit. Like the Olympic torch, it never goes out. You cannot make peace with those who want to …

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VA article – Horrific conditions and rusty surgical instruments

From the beginning of the article. Link to the article Employees at the Veterans Affairs hospital in Washington, DC are begging the new VA secretary for help as serious problems allegedly persist at the facility. The hospital has made national headlines numerous times for its quality and cleanliness failings, and now there are reports of …

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Bipolar ramblings – The torment of drugs. Part I

The first time I agreed to see a psychiatrist, after years of denial and refusal, it did not go what would be professionally unprofessional good... At all... As I sit there rattling off a story that I had only recently even pieced together myself, I thought he was listening. I mean, he asked. And he …

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Interview #4 on the Dangerous History Podcast. Episode 162.

Link to episode 162 Link to the third interview episode on DHP Link to the second interview episode on DHP Link to the first interview episode on DHP' From the episode introduction This is the final conversation between CJ & US Army Veteran BT about BT’s military service and his ordeals since getting out. (Please …

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Through the fog of war – Dear America, you love genocide and dead American soldiers

If you have a stance that we can't leave a war because it dishonors the sacrifice that the dead soldiers have made. There can only be two options. Either you have absolutely no idea what you're talking about and you simply parrot what you are told to parrot. Or you are selfish. You want revenge. …

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Racism – Nude and crude, give it to me!

We read history from English point of view as truth. From quite far back, science and such in abundance. Yet, as short ago as native American culture, we classified all of their histories as fable and folk tales. It is because, at the heart of it, the view is only of two main classes. The …

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