I was in a Twitter conversation yesterday with some folks… This is the tweet that started the whole thread: pic.twitter.com/OsaHoGxQJ7 — real tankie hours (@tankietakes) June 22, 2017 The fact that the guy flip-flopped his stance to agree with someone else is what caught my attention…lol. Either he flip-flopped, or he has no clue that […]
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On behalf of myself and my fellow veterans, I want to say how appreciative we are that our service is recognized favorably. There have been times in our nation’s history when this was not the case as a general rule. It is a good environment to be a veteran nowadays. On Memorial Day weekend, everyone […]
The scene is set. Mid April, 1775. The British had been routed at Lexington and Concord by colonial militia. The British regulars, initially, had the upper hand against the colonists but as the engagement went on, colonists descended on the area and the British turned and made their way back towards Boston under heavy harassment.
…brave men stepped off the ramps onto a beach in northern France. Last year, I had the opportunity to visit the National WWII Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana. They have a Higgins boat on display in the entry hall. I watched as an older gentleman walked down the ramp and took one big step off of the end.