There’s so much history in this little village. I plan to visit a home on the historical societies places of interest. A Confederate general rode his name horse up the stairs. The hoof prints are still visible as are the messages left by civil war soldiers on the walls of the Thompson home. I’ll be sharing with you, of course. Have a wonderful week.
The uniforms are not provided by tax payer dollars. They are paid for by the troops themselves.
I am going to go over an estimated cost of what is shown by the Gunnery Sergeant in this picture. Mind you I am only showing you the parts visible in the picture, which themselves are only one of many Marine Corps regulation uniforms. Read more
I’ve seen this story a number of times on several websites, this will be the first time I’ve shared it here.
I must share this story I read while having my morning coffee, about a Pilot and his crews dedication and honorable efforts to do the right thing for our fallen Brothers ad Sisters. His name is Capt Ken Koenen and he writes; Read more
CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. — A Lance Corporal with Headquarters Regiment, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, who is accused of drunken and reckless driving after she allegedly clipped two Provost Marshal Office vehicles while passing through the main gate, claims she self identifies as a sober driver with a clean record, Duffel Blog has learned. Read more
FORT DRUM, N.Y. — Senior leaders at the Pentagon have shelved a controversial new policy mandating 100% black light inspections during Central Issue Facility (CIF) turn-in. Public documents indicate that the testing led to the condemnation of the Fort Drum CIF for violation of the New York State Health Code 1.68, Section 5, as it “constituted a danger or nuisance, or was otherwise prejudicial to the public health.” Read more
For those directly or indirectly affected by service connected PTSD-TBI there are a variety of foreign studies available that are applicable to us because many are from our allies who deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan and earlier in Vietnam such as U.K. and Australia.* Read more
NORFOLK, Va. — The deck department of USS San Antonio listened to Boatswain’s Mate 1st Class Raymond Bernard give another 45 minute speech about how they shouldn’t waste time this morning, sources tell Duffel Blog. Read more