I was issued at Fort Lee, Virginia. After that, I was stationed in Orleans, France and Fort Carson, Colorado. We retired to Fort Ord, California. Then I joined the Air Force and made two Brats of my own. By the time I was nine, I could polish combat boots to a glass finish, jump a [...]
Yes Loyal Readers, our Gallery is back. After a two year hiatus caused by my ISP Bravenet and my gallery shell Piwgo doing upgrades to make things “better”. The combination of upgrades prevented me from uploading new pictures. There’s 10 years of work in our gallery and we didn’t want to lose and get a [...]
This post should have probably been titled “Facebook Bullshit”, but I didn’t want to violate their “Community Standards”.
I was in Turkey on a TDY when the Wall dropped. I called my Dad.
“Dad! We’re all patting each other on the back, smoking cigars and celebrating. Was this what it was like on VE Day?”
Before you start calling him a racist and tearing his statue down, you might want to read this. Thomas Jonathan Jackson was born January 21, 1824, Clarksburg, WV. Clarksville was then part of Virginia. Jackson was accepted to the United States Military Academy at West Point. He graduated 17th out of 59 students in the [...]
As ISIS changes its tactics, Special Forces adapt by playing to ISIS weakness.
So a couple of NONNERS (look it up) walk into a hangar to get a picture beside “An airplane”. Hilarity erupts. Post your own meme in the Facebook comments.
No not those “training films”. These are real yet dated military training films. We present them to inform the civilian world and to spark memories in our veterans.
I posted a picture of me sitting on a atomic bomb and things got out of hand. I posted the following picture of Facebook and people started to respond in kind. For more fun with bombs, click the link below. Dear Any Iraqi Soldier I know you AMMO folks have [...]