Ladies!


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In honor of International Women’s Day I’d like to give a shout out to all the ladies whom have or still are serving in the Military. Nice work ladies! Thank you for all you’ve done for our country.

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Second A Day Viral Video–BI


Save the Children created this striking video depicting the life of a child in England if they lived in a country at war, like Syria, in an effort to raise funds for Syrian child refugees.

The video tells the story of a year in the life of a young English girl in a series of one-second “days.” The year starts out great; the little girl celebrates a birthday, but that’s where the happiness ends as her country goes to war. Read more

United States accuses Soviets of using poison gas: 1982


The United States government issues a public statement accusing the Soviet Union of using poison gas and chemical weapons in its war against rebel forces in Afghanistan. The accusation was part of the continuing U.S. criticism of the Soviet intervention in Afghanistan. Read more

Crusty Old Man In The Pentagon Hopes Cold War Just Got Hot


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WASHINGTON – According to sources, that sputtering relic from Basement Level 2B in the Pentagon has been completely beside himself this week, ever since the crisis in Ukraine and the subsequent Russian occupation of Crimea reminded leaders that Russia has a military and that the United States apparently employs people to know about it. Read more

Profiles From the Front Line (Episode 3)


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Special Operations Forces (Photo credit: The U.S. Army)

This series laid the foundation for media coverage of the later Iraq war. Profiles crews were the first in recent times embedded with U.S. forces in combat. They also were embedded with U.S. Special Forces in Afghanistan and at other fronts of the war on terrorism.

Richard Mackenzie led the production in Afghanistan, working with Special Operations and with infantry units.

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Profiles From the Front Line (Episode 2)


This series laid the foundation for media coverage of the later Iraq war. Profiles crews were the first in recent times embedded with U.S. forces in combat. They also were embedded with U.S. Special Forces in Afghanistan and at other fronts of the war on terrorism.

Richard Mackenzie led the production in Afghanistan, working with Special Operations and with infantry units.

This one’s a tear jerker.

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