Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Follow Air Force veteran Roger Hayes  and his blog,  Where’s My America. You can find him on Google Plus too.   I’m passing this article  on to you and I’ll keep an eye on important updates. 


For those of you that are tired of our current two party system in America there is change on the horizon. Though this is only in its infancy, I invite everyone to check out the newly forming Veterans’ Party of America. It is a new party being founded by veterans for all Americans. Here is a brief synopsis from their web page: Read more

The Fight for Baghdad (Discovery Times, 2004)


The following was found on the ‘About’ section of this video:

Uploaded because nobody else has. Probably deleted from many DVRs from years ago, now rescued from my tape and presented for your enjoyment.

“Discovery Times” was launched in April 2002 as a joint-venture between the New York Times and Discovery Communications. In April 2006 the NYT sold its stake in DT, ending its ownership in the channel. DT became “Investigation Discovery”, abbreviated and stylized as ID, on January 27, 2008. (All researched information I didn’t know of before because I haven’t had cable TV since 2007.)

ARMY First Sergeant Performs Tae Kwon Do Naked In Front of Mirror


Sources confirm that in the early hours of the morning, First Sergeant Jack Washington performed a 4th degree yellow belt Tae Kwon Do kata, completely nude, in front of his hotel room’s full body mirror. Read more

Today In History: 1784- Continental Congress ratifies the Treaty of Paris

Signing the Treaty of Paris, Paris France 1898


On this day in 1784, the Continental Congress ratifies the Second Treaty of Paris, ending the War for Independence.

In the document, which was known as the Second Treaty of Paris because the Treaty of Paris was also the name of the agreement that had ended the Seven Years’ War in 1763, Britain officially agreed to recognize the independence of its 13 former colonies as the new United States of America.

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These Photos Show Why Britain’s Small Military Is So Powerful

By:   JAN. 6, 2014 
A British soldier launches a Desert Hawk UAV in Kenya.
british soldier desert hawkUK Ministry of Defence on www.flickr.com

Despite having a relatively small military (ranking 29th in active personnel), Great Britain is undoubtedly one of the most powerful countries in the world.

The British Armed Forces are battle-tested, well-trained, and technologically advanced.

We looked through the UK’s Ministry Of Defence Flickr page to find some stunning photos of missions, trainings, and the life of the British soldier. Read more

These Military Night Combat Photos Look Straight Out Of ‘Halo’


The U.S. military is the largest, most powerful force in the world. After two wars over the last ten years, it’s clear that the U.S. has had plenty of time and practice to keep our forces battle-tested.

Combat troops are scheduled to leave Afghanistan in 2014, effectively marking the end of the war. However, Marines, Army, and Navy continue to train and stay battle ready.

The following night photos, drawn from the U.S. Marines, Army, Air Force, and Navy show just how cutting-edge our military has become. Read more