Many, many people have been awarded the Medal of Honor for jumping on a grenade, but what then First Lieutenant Groberg did was extraordinary.
Ken and I wrote down the list and I posted it on the Internets in 1998. Back when I was new at this. Since then "The List" has been ascribed to every branch of the U.S. Military, The Delta Maintenance folks in Dallas, American Airlines, NASA, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Quantas. I'm sure there are others.
It was the Best of Times and it was the Worst of Times. The men and women I served with in the 313th TFS/AMU were and ARE the finest people I've ever met. Here is evidence that they are STILL awesome. Yes this isn't everyone. Add your awesome picture.
Those bastards at Uncyclopedia DELETED my Air Force Slang Page, deleting work that was ten years in progress involving the contributions of thousands hundreds a few people
My Good Friend Larry D. Brower has died after a prolonged illness.
As we commemorate the D_Day landings of 70 years ago, I offer something for you to think about.
So I walked into the Veterans Administration last week and walked right out.
On 18 July 1965, for Commander Jeremiah Denton, having his A-6 Bomber shot down was just the beginning of a bad day.
Veteran's Day Tribute to the men and women of the 313th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 50th Aircraft Generation Squadron, 50th Tactical Fight Wing, Hahn Airbase, West Germany,1988.
The Mississippi Honor Flight flew 92 World War Two veterans to Washington D.C. for a long planned visit to the World War Two Memorial. It was closed. The moose at the gate should've told them.