Image of the Day: 31 July 2016

Churchill tanks of WWII

Churchill tanks of WWII

Churchill tanks of ‘B’ Squadron, 107th Regiment Royal Armoured Corps, 34th Tank Brigade. Normandy, 17 July 1944.

Image of the Day: 26 July 2016

US Special Forces Unit

US Special Forces Unit

Their horses are swifter than leopards,
more fierce than the evening wolves;
their horsemen press proudly on.
Their horsemen come from afar;
they fly like an eagle swift to devour.
They all come for violence,
all their faces forward.

Habakkuk ch I v 8

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Do You Know The Reason Behind The Flag Folding?

National Flag Day

Folding the american Flag

The first fold of our Flag is a symbol of life.

The second fold is a symbol of our belief in eternal life. Read more

American Sniper’s Chris Kyle: His Dangerous Life and Mysterious Death

Chris Kyle

Chris Kyle

Taya Kyle reveals how American Sniper “brought her husband back to life” and why she trusted Clint Eastwood and Bradley Cooper. Subscribe now to get instant access to the real story behind Chris Kyle, in this issue of PEOPLE. Read more

Image of the Day: 20 July 2016


Exhausted US Marines sprawl all over beaches while they wait for their LC to arrive and take them off Guadalcanal. The Marines had been left on the island for four months fighting the Japanese, all with waning supplies and growing wounded before the Army arrived to relieve them. 1943

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The Continental Congress passes the Tory Act, 1776

Mobbing the Tories

The Continental Congress publishes the “Tory Act” resolution on January 2nd  1776, which describes how colonies should handle those Americans who remain loyal to the British and King George.
The act called on colonial committees to indoctrinate those “honest and well-meaning, but uninformed people” by enlightening them as to the “origin, nature and extent of the present controversy.” Read more

Image of the Day: 17 July 2016

USS Harry Truman underway

USS Harry Truman underway 

Photo courtesy of the US Navy

Image of the Day: 14 July 2016

World Trade Center, New York 1979

Lois Stettner – World Trade Center, New York, 1979.


Image of the Day: 11 July 2016

Vietnam War

Vietnam War

A Shau Valley Vietnam


Image of the Day: 10 July 2016

Semper Fi

Marines in training
Marines in training

Image of the Day: 9 July 2016

Globemaster and Abrams tank

The belly of a Boeing C-17 Globemaster III carrying a 64-ton, 42-foot-long US Army Assault Breacher which is basically an M1A1 Abrams tank outfitted with minesweeping equipment.
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Image of the Day: 8 July 2016


A landing craft, air cushion, assigned to Assault Craft Unit (ACU) 5, exits the well deck of the amphibious assault ship USS Boxer (LHD 4) during amphibious operations.

Image courtesy of the US Navy 

The Manhattan Project’s Angel

Louis S.

There’s much controversy that surrounds the creation and subsequent use of the atomic bomb by the United States against Japan during WWII. (Personally I think the potential  destruction of our planet is overkill (NO pun intended) and the moral implications following the destruction of innocent lives in Japan speak for itself. No matter where you stand, the following story is about one incident among the chaos that was the “creation of death ” that shows us the selflessness we’re  capable of.

I just learned of this remarkable man’s story yesterday, which is troubling to me. Being a native of New Mexico I’m very familiar with  all the rumors of secret government “goings-on” behind lock and key and automatic weapons under the cover of hollowed out mountains and underground bunkers. From the Rowell incident to the Manhattan Project, I’ve heard it all!

(being privy to “inside information” by geography  alone, I can tell you that most of the rumors are fact, truth).  Read more

Watch “The U.S. Military Academy at West Point (USMA) (documentary)” 

Young Soldiers 

Watch “US National Anthem by the Academy Choirs” 

This is probably the best rendition of our nation’s National Anthem. Have a wonderful 4th of July!