If you haven’t seen Rouge One because you didn’t make bail or parole or the only channel you get in your ward is the weather channel. Don’t worry because there are no spoilers here.
We were reminded to not pull people off of weekend duty to play.
Take it from One,
Who Knows the Score,
Is Winning the War.
It’s old and torn up and somebody probably cooked fish on it but a chunk of aluminum may hold the key to where Amelia Earhart’s Lockheed Electra has been all these years. It may be in 600 feet of water off the tiny island of Nikumaroro.
As we commemorate the D_Day landings of 70 years ago, I offer something for you to think about.
Unfortunately given the nature of our enemy there isn’t much of a chance of this happening for our troops overseas. But if you have a touching story of Christmas at war please add it. Here’s more of the story….
Japan’s pacifist constitution renounces the use of force for purposes other than self-defense. That means the country has no offensive arsenal of long-range missiles, aircraft carriers or similar weapons of aggression. But…..
The Nevada Honor Flight of about 35 veterans of World War Two were at the World War Two memorial on Saturday. Congressmen Steven Horsford (D) , Mark Amodei (R)and Joe Heck (R) were there to greet them.
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.
A crashed FW-190 was found in a birch forest outside of Leningrad back in 1989. It was recovered in 1991 and passed through a couple of owners. Paul Allen funded the final restoration and the aircraft took to the air again in November, 2010. If the Me-109 was a Corvette, then the FW-190 was a Buick.