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Published: Sun, 10 Dec 2017 20:58:09 -0600

 



Growing Demand for Advanced Military Systems Amid Increasing Defense Budgets

Thu, 07 Dec 2017 07:02:22 -0600

After years of painfully slow development owing to high equipment costs, Electro-Optics/Infrared (EO/IR) systems have found application in militaries across the globe. These systems provide enhanced visibility and extensively used for night vision, navigation, surveillance, and targeting by the armed forces. The importance of these systems is seen to be taking quantum jumps, and the technological advancements have led to more reliable, rugged, and compact devices.



In Love and War - "Women Are From Venus"

Sun, 03 Dec 2017 09:50:41 -0600

Award winning author Elizabeth Becker recently wrote a story for the New York Times about women journalists, "The Women Who Covered Vietnam." Though women journalists, nurses, spies and other assorted professionals have been around as long as men, with few exceptions women remain invisible.



The Night Hawk, the World's First Stealth Bomber

Sat, 02 Dec 2017 11:17:45 -0600

When I visited the USA in 1998 as part of the air staff team, we were quartered at one of the USAF bases. At one end (that area was kept off bounds) we could see dark bat shaped planes. They were part of the secret arsenal of the USAF and from my knowledge; I knew that this was the famous stealth fighter.



The Ritual of the Honor Guard

Wed, 29 Nov 2017 08:51:43 -0600

The ritual of the honor guard at a military funeral service and how the honor guard is different then a 21 gun salute. How the honor guard recognizes the sacrifice of a veteran.



20 - Veterans Day - 17

Fri, 10 Nov 2017 14:47:41 -0600

Saturday, Nov 11, is Veterans Day. I have written a poem in tribute to those who gave their all in defense of our freedom and liberty. May we remember them on this their day especially.



Korea and the H-Bomb

Fri, 13 Oct 2017 07:25:17 -0500

Various laboratories and institutes detected a powerful seismic signal and concluded that North Korea had tested a more powerful nuclear device. This was the 6th nuclear bomb test by the communist regime and indicated that the North was developing its nuclear weapons technology at a fast pace. The official North Korean news agency has now claimed that a Hydrogen Bomb, which could be attached to an ICBM had been successfully tested.



The First World War

Thu, 12 Oct 2017 10:50:26 -0500

World War I (1914-1919) was a global warlike conflict centered on Europe that began in the summer of 1914. The fighting ended at the end of 1918. This conflict involved all the great powers of the world, met in two opposing alliances: The Allies (around the Triple Entente) and the Central Empires. In World War I, more than 70 million military personnel, including 60 million Europeans, mobilized in one of the greatest wars in history. More than 9 million combatants lost their lives, largely due to great technological advances in firepower. It is the second deadliest conflict in history, only surpassed by World War II.



Fratricide Within the Federal Government: How Do They Get Away With It?

Wed, 11 Oct 2017 07:53:42 -0500

Fratricide is recognized as the taking down of members of your own group. Leaders in the Federal Government have committed and gotten away with several forms of fratricide over the last few decades. Federal leaders have taken detrimental actions against their own employees for following expressed organizational goals and missions. Some employees were forced to suffer the fratricidal actions of their teammates and leaders because the employee reported, in support of taxpayers and service members, unlawful activities taken by their leaders. A Secretary who reported time card fraud as well as an Engineer who reported unlawful source selection activities were punished by those to whom they complained. When leaders decide against intervening to stop wrongdoers, they send the message that it is acceptable to commit wrongs-even violations of law. When leaders repeatedly refuse to act with integrity in response to employee complaints, the offenders are often emboldened to continue their unlawful acts. How do they get away with it?



Tactical Formation

Fri, 08 Sep 2017 09:18:40 -0500

This gives different formations that are used by the military. It also gives personal experiences of those formations.



Military Medals

Fri, 08 Sep 2017 09:18:10 -0500

This allows you to know the history of medals that the military hands out. It includes medals from the Iraq and Afghanistan war.



Do You Think The Future Of Robotic Armies Is Science Fiction? Then You Are A Fool

Fri, 08 Sep 2017 06:54:00 -0500

The future of warfare will be autonomous, algorithmic and robotic, in many cases it already is. We have missile defense systems which act based on information without waiting for a human to make the decision. We have robotic aircraft, and autonomous systems everywhere we look. Most of our adversaries both large and small use robotics, electronics, and autonomous devices to serve their will in battle. A smaller army needs an advantage, and the old days of lining up and having a war of attrition are long gone. Since all armies or opponents seek an advantage and since robotics, autonomous systems are an advantage - these systems will be deployed as often as possible.



Military, PAMED and Social Media Monitoring In Nigeria

Thu, 31 Aug 2017 07:12:14 -0500

In recent time, reports on hate speeches in Nigeria have hit the print and electronic media as well as the social media. Tension comes to my mind here. This is rather unfortunate.



Survival Over The "HUMP" Part One

Wed, 30 Aug 2017 08:30:13 -0500

1st Lt. Art Tuttle our flight Engineer yelled over the inter-phone; "Doc, our number 4 engine is showing a drop in oil pressure and a rise in cylinder head temperature. " Keep an eye on it Art and let me know if your numbers continue to go south," Captain Doc Waller our pilot commanded.



The Importance of Milne Bay in World War II

Fri, 25 Aug 2017 06:44:17 -0500

Australia would have been a great prize for the Japanese if they had managed to defeat the brave defenders of important posts, such as Milne Bay in Papua New Guinea. At the time of the start of the Second World War the population of Australia was around 7 million and most men of fighting age were deployed overseas. They were called upon by Britain and huge numbers of them were sacrificed at places like Gallipoli and North Africa.



The Silence Of Patton

Wed, 16 Aug 2017 07:29:47 -0500

Many times we are taught there are absolutes. What we read and are taught there are certain facts that shouldn't be called into question. In mathematics for instance 1+1=2 is a fact that should not be questioned.



Why a Major War Is Overdue - Part Two

Mon, 14 Aug 2017 20:31:10 -0500

The earth is experiencing the promises of the Spirit as set out in Old Testament Prophecies. The plan of God is directed against man for other reasons than that of the evil that is upon it. While mankind sought to create a paradise of his own making God has other plans.



Why a Major War Is Overdue - Part One

Mon, 14 Aug 2017 20:31:04 -0500

Every war has its casualties and none more so than the two World Wars of the last century. Millions died as a direct result of bombing raids and the other things that war brings about. Others died from starvation, interment in concentration camps, and as slaves on projects by the enemies.



Cold War - Era of Geopolitical Tension

Mon, 14 Aug 2017 12:55:26 -0500

United States of America, United Kingdom and Soviet Union joined hands during World War 2 with the common intention of destroying blood thirsty Nazi Germany presided by military dictator Adolf Hitler. Unfortunately, peace and harmony between capitalist America and communist Russia vanished immediately after Allies emerged victorious in World War 2.



Is America Checkmated by North Korea?

Wed, 09 Aug 2017 06:46:55 -0500

As many of my articles deal with the last days and prophecies concerning them in the bible it would appear that the end is in sight with the USA now trapped by North Korea. With the President threatening the rogue regime with horrendous consequences if they threaten his country again Kim Yung-on immediately retaliated with a threat to bomb Guam, a military base in the Pacific that is within his reach. There is no doubt that the latter wants a nuclear war to precipitate and the consequences of starting it are dire.



Why Trump Won't Invade North Korea

Sat, 08 Jul 2017 08:15:15 -0500

An invasion appears to be impossible as the risk of wiping out most of the city of Seoul is too great. The North Koreans have stockpiled an arsenal of bombs and weapons aimed at the city along the 38th parallel separating the 2 countries. While strategists are attempting to find a solution to the problem there is another thing at play here.



The World Holds Its Breath Over The North Korea Crisis

Wed, 05 Jul 2017 22:58:20 -0500

It seems only yesterday that we were in a similar situation as John F. Kennedy's actions threatened Cuba during the Bay of Pigs crisis. The threat of all out nuclear war between the USA and Russia was on the table as a result.



Why The First Nigerian Coup Failed

Wed, 28 Jun 2017 08:19:32 -0500

The first coup in Nigeria is no news to the Nigerian citizen. Planned by a group of army officers, it was a revolutionary coup carried out with the sole aim of curbing corruption in the country. The coup was originally planned by officers who were completely dissatisfied with governmental proceedings.



Three Great Minds Predict Mankind's Challenges With Future Wars

Sun, 04 Jun 2017 09:48:58 -0500

Many folks given just 'one wish' would indeed wish for World Peace, and most of us would consider this a noble and selfless wish for the most moral and empathetic amongst us. Still, one has to ask if this territorial and preditoral species, humankind, is even capable of a global peace or a world without wars in the present period or even 50-100 years off into future periods, providing we make it that far? The word war comes with it horrific images and fears, even if only 1% of all the humans who have ever lived have actually died in a war.



Memorial Day: Our Living Tributes

Mon, 29 May 2017 20:39:36 -0500

Another Memorial Day is here, and I think back on friends I have lost who served. I remember standing in front of my father's coffin and the vault engraved with the Navy Cross he was so very proud of.



Memorial Day Celebrations, 2017, at Cemeteries Across the Land

Mon, 29 May 2017 10:24:53 -0500

Memorial Day is upon us! Yet I read in several national publications such headlines as, "AMERICANS HAVE NO IDEA WHAT MEMORIAL DAY IS" or in another well-known, left-wing blog, "As Memorial Day Observations Decline In Popularity, Powerful Lessons Remain." What had been a solemn day of remembrance of those who gave their all in our nation's wars as members of our military, those who paid the ultimate price to guarantee the freedom and liberty we enjoy in the United States today has sadly instead become a day as the headlines at CNBC advise, "How to land the best shopping deals this Memorial Day weekend." Sad but not surprising when you teach young Americans, especially young immigrants who are woefully ignorant of even the basic premises of our country's laws and principles, less and less about the founding and history of our country-including the fact we had to fight to gain what we have, and fight some more to keep it. So, I am fighting the left-wingers back. I have written a poem on the meaning of Memorial Day as a reminder of what the price of our freedom has been for more than two hundred years.



Show Your Support for Memorial Day

Fri, 26 May 2017 08:21:19 -0500

Some History Memorial Day, also known as Decoration Day, occurs on the last Monday of May every year. Everyone's excited for the upcoming summer vacation, and the three-day weekend. But the importance of Memorial Day can never be ignored.



A Memorial Day Salute to Hancock the Superb

Thu, 25 May 2017 11:05:48 -0500

In researching certain particulars of the Battle of Gettysburg for my new novel, That Deadly Space, I came across a familiar figure who might very well have been the most consequential Union officer on the field during those historic three days in July, 1863. General Winfield Scott Hancock was that familiar figure.



Images Falling From the Sky

Fri, 19 May 2017 14:32:34 -0500

Since Viet Nam, no Americans have visually died in war. The government has essentially banned military deaths on film. This is not unusual.



The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

Fri, 12 May 2017 09:12:30 -0500

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is a civilian foreign intelligence service of the United States federal government, tasked with gathering, processing and analyzing national security information from around the world, primarily through the use of human intelligence (HUMINT). As one of the principal members of the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC), the CIA reports to the Director of National Intelligence and is primarily focused on providing intelligence for the President and Cabinet.



Everything You Wanted To Know About the Trump Yemen Attack

Thu, 04 May 2017 14:55:58 -0500

Trump Can't Do Anything Right According To Liberals. He is even criticized for protecting the nation. He is right, the media and deep state are the enemy of the American people.



An Untold Story From World War II Revealed

Fri, 31 Mar 2017 14:15:59 -0500

One of the darkest periods in human history is World War II.The sheer magnitude of destruction of human, animal and plant life as well as the complete carnage done to the ecosystem and the quantum reshaping of the natural topography of countries in Europe and Asia by bombings from air raids is something no one would like to remember or relive.



Should The USA Share Precision Munition Military Technology With The World?

Tue, 28 Mar 2017 06:49:23 -0500

This is a thought experiment, just a question out of the blue for intellectual thinkers, no other intention should be inferred. The question which garners this title is a real one, and although at first glance, most military professionals, citizens and our political leaders would say; Hell No! And, that would be their final answer, but is it the best possible answer? Let's discuss several reasons why this question isn't so crazy after all and why a paradigm shift in the thought process surrounding such a question might be slightly flawed.



Creating High Tech Weapon Systems Is Good For Humanity

Tue, 21 Mar 2017 06:53:42 -0500

Most people cringe when they think of more ominous, powerful, and destructive weapon systems. The mere thought of huge monetary and economic resources going into weapons that ultimately help kill people makes one cringe, and yet, there is an upside to advanced weaponry - and the upside is huge. I'd like to discuss this for a moment because recently I was interviewed on the topic.



As Technology Advances, So Too Will Human Weapon Systems

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 07:21:41 -0500

Not long ago, I gave an interesting interview to a science writer about new weapon systems on the immediate horizon - specifically what sort of weapons might we see in the next 5-years. This is an important question for military planners and defense professionals, even high-level politicians who must allot the monies to stay ahead of the game, ahead of the competition and ahead of any threats. Okay so, let's talk shall we?



Near Future Terrorist and Military Low Tech And High Tech Weapons

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 07:21:08 -0500

The other day I was speaking to a technology writer about near future weapon systems we might see in 5-10 years. This is a rather simple task, as looking out beyond 10-years gets a lot harder. Now then, some of these near term trends are very interesting, and the evolution of such technology is based on strategies used by adversaries; large military forces, small terrorist groups and organized non-nation state actors, like ISIS for instance. Let's talk.



What Future Advanced Weapon Systems Can We Expect To See In the Modern Battlespace?

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 07:21:00 -0500

The trends in weapon system innovation are fairly predictable in the near term. We can see the slow evolution and see the new technology explained online and in defense magazines. We all know that cyber war is advancing fast, and stealthy aircraft, drones, and hypersonic aircraft too. I'd like to take a few minutes and discuss some of these tools of warfare if I might.



Laser Weapons - They Are Here Today, Soon Ubiquitous In The Modern Battlespace

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 07:20:35 -0500

Ronald Reagan was all about promoting the concept of Star Wars laser weapons with the ability to shoot down incoming ICBM weapons, Soviet Bombers or anything else that was deemed a threat. The Space Race and Cold War was in full bloom and coming to an end, mainly due to the USSR running out of money and economically imploding trying to keep up. Back then, we didn't have laser weapons, but wanted them, much was a bluff, but soon, these laser weapon systems will be everywhere and used for all sorts of uses. Let's talk shall we?



NATO's 2% GDP Rule Is Too Small As The EU Faces An Economic Collapse

Tue, 21 Feb 2017 06:50:44 -0600

As long as the members of NATO are finally agreeing to pay their 2% pre-agreed upon expenditures as per the NATO rules, the United States should demand that all NATO nations make up for their previously unpaid contributions. Once those are completely made current, we must re-negotiate - and the new terms of NATO must be based on a USD (US Dollar) number not 2% of their GDPs. Why do I say this?



What Happened to Suggestion Boxes?

Tue, 21 Feb 2017 06:49:41 -0600

There used to be a time when leaders and managers wanted to know what you as a customer were thinking and thought about their organizations or office customer service. Do you remember the old suggestion boxes? They were normally a cardboard or wooden box with a slot on the top so you could fill out a suggestion form and submit it to leadership.



The VA Appeals Process is Hopelessly Broken: Is Arbitration the Solution?

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 13:09:56 -0600

As of the beginning of 2017, the VA appeals process seems to be hopelessly broken. There are now over 400k Veterans stuck in this process.



The VA Should Go Paperless

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 13:08:05 -0600

The VA spends a good amount of time sending out Development Letters and Notification of Decision Packets to Veterans around the country. Why not go paperless?



Political Correctness Is Ruining Our Foreign Policy And Military Strategy

Tue, 07 Feb 2017 07:01:07 -0600

Winning their hearts and minds in the Middle East didn't work so well, and we are no better off today in the Middle East than we were before Saddam Hussein went rogue in Iraq, before we intervened to save our Kuwaiti friends, well friends of people in high places that is. Our political correctness prevented us from winning in the Middle East, we surely could have had a win-win in the end. Let's talk shall we?



Pasubio Ossuary

Sun, 05 Feb 2017 18:27:40 -0600

George Washington, who experienced war, wanted to banish war from the face of the Earth in his lifetime. Yet, he valued the honor and sacrifice of soldiers. He also understood that war is but an extenuation of politics. Soldiers don't make war. They conduct war that has been waged by their nation's politicians. Wide-eyed and eager to be part of something greater than themselves, soldiers who go to war die, are horribly maimed, or they come home seemingly unscathed. That is not true, however. War changes everything and everyone it touches.



Can We Use Burstiness Mathematical Modeling To Optimize Swarm Warfare Defense Systems?

Sun, 05 Feb 2017 14:32:59 -0600

For those of us who study bottlenecks in data flow and communication networks, we realize there are many ways of alleviating the challenges or overwhelming of such systems. Burstiness and the challenges it poses to data flow in networks, or 'denial of service attacks' is indeed similar, philosophically speaking, to the problems of mitigating against incoming swarms of missiles, warfighters, robotic unmanned suicide systems or the appearance of electronic decoys during a large scale attack. Since nothing is invisible, stealth technologies only allow the enemy attack to get so far, once detected, any viable attack no matter how close will rely on some form of strategy that includes swarming and overwhelming of defense systems with false positive decoy targets.



Why Do J-20 Chengdu And J-21 Shenyang Chinese Stealth Fighters Have Ejection Seats?

Wed, 01 Feb 2017 07:15:35 -0600

Indeed as a Westerner who grew up immersed in Western Culture, I definitely appreciate the concept of a way out for a pilot when everything goes wrong, thus, I like the concept of ejection seats, as it speaks to the needs of the one, outweighing the needs of the many - which is a Western Ideal of course. Still, for every 10 F-35s the United States Military buys costs us $1 Billion - at that price we can barely afford them, and we cannot afford to lose any - so we don't want pilots giving up the ship too easy. Remember in the past; the captain went down with the ship as a badge of honor.



Obama Administration Gone - Now Can We Take Out ISIS Without Political Correctness?

Sun, 22 Jan 2017 08:40:35 -0600

During the Obama Administration the military did make good use of drones, tomahawks, Special Forces, and sorties. Our military was often decisive when it hit the enemy. And, yet, we also had military lawyers and politically correct bureaucrats afraid of public opinion, careful not to have collateral damage and civilian casualties - too often, too careful in my view. No, I am not for total war, but when you have terrorist type adversaries who do not play by the Geneva Convention, there has to be a reality check on how you go about removing them from said planet.



Are The Chinese Bluffing The US Military In Their True Missile Capabilities?

Tue, 10 Jan 2017 06:58:09 -0600

Is the Pentagon going with the Chinese bluff narrative to scare Congress into funding more military defense projects and future mega-weapon systems procurement? Personally, I wonder about this, because as I study the Chinese copies of US and Russian military aircraft, ships, tanks and missiles, along with strategy and cyber warfare it appears to me that they are not nearly as capable as they pretend. Oh sure, they are light years ahead of North Korean and Iran but nowhere near their purported narrative.



Swarm Warfare Multi-Projectile Burstiness Approach to Overwhelming Enemy Defense Systems

Sat, 31 Dec 2016 13:14:08 -0600

There is a branch of mathematics that deals with peak usage, and it can be used in automobile and highway traffic optimization, aircraft control, peak cell tower demand, predicting rogue waves in the ocean, and data transfer solutions. Artificial Intelligence with the use of this math and carefully crafted algorithms can predict bottlenecks, divert traffic and come up with optimized routing.



Does Drone Warfare Stir The Hornet's Nest and Create More Terrorists?

Sat, 31 Dec 2016 13:02:48 -0600

Have you ever noticed in nature how fearful little rodents and field rats are when it comes to flying things? They are perpetually petrified of birds of prey in the sky, and evolutionarily speaking it makes a lot of sense. For those critters which are not afraid of the birds swooping down to eat them, probably never grow up old enough to reproduce. Have you ever considered that terrorists operate a lot like field rats, afraid of the sky, no not of the proverbial 'devil in the sky' or pterodactyl but rather of a US Predator Drone.



Terrorism Is a Global Problem - Will the Globalist Elite Use This As An Excuse to Delete Freedom?

Sat, 31 Dec 2016 13:01:07 -0600

We all know there is sectarian violence in much of the Middle East, and on the African Continent the religious waring never seems to stop. Then there is ethnic cleansing which is so bad, it's hard not to call "Humanity" an oxymoron. The reality is such things have been going on for as long as humans have recorded their history, and probably a long-time before that considering that Chimpanzee Troops often attack and kill neighboring troop members, not much could be more terrorizing than that in the middle of the night if you were a member of that species.



US Military Readiness Is Vitally Important - Are We Doing Enough?

Sat, 31 Dec 2016 12:59:26 -0600

Yes, I'd rather use our Federal Treasury for better things, but we don't live in the perfect utopian world of the future, we live in today's world and that means we need military weapons and readiness. This means training, equipment, and weapon systems. Question is: how much is enough? A very fair question, and to that point I dare to ask; how much is too little? That's right, considering the challenges in the world today, are we ready for multiple wars simultaneously, or having a conventional conflict with a fellow superpower, emerging superpower, or former superpower? Let's discuss this.



Nuclear Bunker - A Sole Hope in the Event of a Nuclear Attack

Thu, 29 Dec 2016 08:42:21 -0600

Technology has taken a great leap. Nuclear bunkers for civilians in the US are absolutely necessary. In the event of nuclear war, the only way to safeguard people is to provide shelter in nuclear bunkers. Russians have already built numerous bunkers for its population. The US government must think about it seriously.



UAVs and Drones Used By The USA - Why?

Thu, 29 Dec 2016 06:47:02 -0600

There is a lot of controversy amongst peaceniks on the military use of drones or UAVs. Some say this is just the start and soon these UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) will be thinking for themselves, and not actually controlled by a drone pilot remotely. Yes, that's true and we are working on such autonomous systems now, that can seek out targets, confirm targets, kill targets, record the kill, and fly home to base, refill and do it again, and again, and again until there are no more targets, enemies, or terrorists - all this without risking human lives in battle or costing the taxpayer money in payroll, health care benefits or pensions.



Royal Raider: Mahmud of Hazni

Tue, 27 Dec 2016 08:54:15 -0600

Introduction Indian history is a history of invasions, particularly from the North West Frontier. Here the high Hindu Kush Mountains formed an impregnable barrier, but some passes through these mountains made it easy to enter the rich and fertile plains of India. The most famous of these passes is...



WMD In Iraq, Was Bush Correct?

Tue, 27 Dec 2016 07:00:11 -0600

Today, everyone jokes about the Bush Administration's claim that Saddam Hussein had Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD). We hear things all the time about "yellow cake" and how the CIA and intelligence agencies supposedly lied that Saddam was trying to get Uranium to enrich. Somehow the narrative of WMD changed definitions in the left-leaning media to mean "nuclear" weapons of mass destruction, not biological or chemical WMD.



Iranian Nuclear Deal Will Have Winners and Losers - More Wins In the Short Term

Tue, 20 Dec 2016 07:10:16 -0600

There was an interesting article published on November 29, 2013 in the New York Times titled; "UN Nuclear Inspectors Invited to Iranian Nuclear Facility," by Alana Cowell. If this deal goes through China wins big time. They want to buy more Iranian Oil. China's oil company just bought the Exxon oil fields in Iraq's Kurdish area, they will be selling oil into Turkey, and Turkey is buying defense weapons from China. China is making headway in the region. And Turkey stands to gain playing everyone off everyone else, and remaining loyal to everyone but no one. And with Iran and China back on track with oil, they have now sewn up that entire side of the Middle East as resource allies.



Will Global Warming Theory Lead to War or Revolution?

Tue, 13 Dec 2016 06:57:17 -0600

We all see how Global Warming Theory -- which states that human CO2 emissions are causing cataclysmic climate warming of our Earth's atmosphere -- has turned into something of a religion. Leave it to the Club of Rome to come up with that one, heck, they've even got the Catholic Pope on-board as the world to bring socialism to the global masses. What concerns me is the divided populations and nations of Earth are becoming embroiled in this crazy ascertain of Global Warming Theory.



All You Need To Know About The USS Nimitz

Fri, 09 Dec 2016 14:28:07 -0600

Gerald R. Ford, President of the U.S at the commissioning of USS Nimitz famously said these words."... Wherever the Nimitz shows her flag, she will be seen as we see her now - a true symbol of the strength of the United States of America. Made in the United States and manned by Americans. No matter what the nature of its mission is, whether its diplomacy, defense, or humanity, The Nimitz will command admiration from some, caution from others and respect from all."



Life of a Soldier

Fri, 18 Nov 2016 08:10:57 -0600

The article tells about the life of soldiers in and out of the battlefield. Further, it takes into account the numerous hardships faced by them.



Hydrogen Blimps With Lasers Are Needed For Overhead Shipping Channel Ice Breaking

Tue, 15 Nov 2016 06:55:03 -0600

One of the challenges for the US Navy is that as the ships get bigger it makes it hard for them to navigate the locks in Panama, meaning they have to go around South America or through the Northwest Passage which is only possible in the summertime or when the ice is cleared. What if we could find an easier way to rapidly cut through the ice? What if we used high-energy lasers for the cutting? What if we used aerial assets to sense the thickness of the ice and choose the most optimal route, and then cut the path for the lead ship below and then followed by the convoy? Is this possible? Well it just might be.



Happy 241st Birthday to All United States Marines

Thu, 10 Nov 2016 09:06:00 -0600

On November 10th, 1775, The United States Marine Corps was founded by the Second Continental Congress in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Fittingly, "Tun Tavern" was the place where history was made. Since that date, Marines have been in uninterrupted service to our nation and have distinguished themselves "in every clime and place," in far off lands and on distant, remote beaches "from the Halls of Montezuma to the Shores of Tripoli."



Happy 241st Birthday, Marines

Thu, 10 Nov 2016 07:04:40 -0600

On this the 241st birthday of the Marine Corps, I salute the Marines of the past who made our Corps into the finest fighting organization in the world. And I salute the Marines of the present who have maintained that lineage.



Information About Joining The Pakistan Army

Fri, 04 Nov 2016 07:56:07 -0500

Perhaps you may have thought of enrolling in the army, if you happen to be a Pakistan resident, do not panic, there are a variety of strategies you may use to arrive at your ambitions. The assortment process involves numerous stages. Read through to comprehend the various ways to enroll in the Pakistan armed forces.



The Sad Effects of Wars - Doing More Harm Than Good

Mon, 24 Oct 2016 14:12:03 -0500

In attempts to create peace, wars foster unintended circumstances for women and children, thereby generating refugee crisis man has ever seen. It is best to weigh all available options to avoid war and create war zones within people's communities.



We Have Entered The Age Of Nuclear Terrorism - Now What?

Sun, 02 Oct 2016 11:51:26 -0500

For years I've been saying how important it is to keep nuclear weapons from states that sponsor terrorism - nation-states like Iran for instance that funds Hamas and Hezbollah to the tune of $100 million per year. What happens if Iran gets nuclear weapons? Sure they will have them for deterrent, provided they have the missile technology or other means to deliver those weapons, but a more scary scenario would be for them to give such WMD to terrorist organization to serve upon their enemy or enemies. Remember they've promised to blow Israel off the map and they call us the great evil. That just doesn't sound like they mean well, and we all know about the regional sectarian struggles too.



The Army Haven't Returned to The Barracks

Fri, 09 Sep 2016 14:09:41 -0500

Every things looked so good at independence, but now Nigeria has become a beggar State. How did we get it wrong? The same old Army officers that ruled us during the Military era and destroyed Nigeria through dictatorial rule, are they still ruling us now? Have the Army really returned to the barracks?



Our Commitment To NATO And Presidential Politics Here At Home Discussed

Wed, 24 Aug 2016 06:39:45 -0500

Donald Trump (Presidential Nominee) suggested that if the NATO nations failed to pay their way as promised, then our commitment to NATO might be in jeopardy. What's wrong with that? NATO Nations have promised to commit no less than 2% of their GDPs to defense, but only a few of the NATO nations have or do on an annual basis. Look, if they are not committed to NATO, why should we be? We are not here to pay their way, and defend them if they will not commit to defend themselves as promised.



Revere All Veterans, At Any Given Opportunity - For Unselfish Acts of Service

Thu, 04 Aug 2016 10:37:54 -0500

Veterans are people of high self-esteem, caliber and show selfless dedication to humanity. A veteran from any land or any nation is a gift from heaven. Revere and honor a veteran for their service, at any time of year, don't wait for that changing date on the calendar to remember the remarkable contribution that they have made to mankind, their country and to other nations as well. Recognize those veterans that served in WWI, WW2, Hurricane Katrina or anywhere that they have contributed to country and safety. Veteran's day should be immediate when you notice a veteran in your vicinity, take the time to say,"Thank you,for your service.". God Bless all veterans for their sacrifice and service and for those who now serve in Heaven, we salute you, and wish you peace and rest.



Why American Gun Ownership May Deliver Another Civil War

Mon, 18 Jul 2016 15:34:42 -0500

It's something the world looks upon with fear when policemen are now being killed in the USA after black men were shot and others killed in cold blood and now police are the ones targeted. The answer to the problem will not come about with a new President but only with the overthrow of gun ownership. Even that won't work, however, as there are so many weapons owned by individuals, black and white, that it would be beyond the government's financial means to buy them back.



The Man Who Would Be King

Fri, 15 Jul 2016 06:35:20 -0500

From the castle keep to the halls of Westminster in an age of chivalry and knights gallantly astride their steady mounts came the one Knight that had the greatest impact on not only English history but that of all Europe. The height of the Middle Ages in a world filled with long bows, broad swords and lancers, this was life in the 11th century. The days of chivalry and knighthood where on galloping horses lancers in hand jousting tournaments were held all over the land.



Can Brittiania Rule the Waves Again?

Tue, 05 Jul 2016 10:20:12 -0500

BRITAIN TO TRY AND RULE THE WAVES AGAIN WITH 2 POWERFUL NEW AIRCRAFT CARRIERS The Royal navy will flex its muscles as two new carriers join by 2020 which will make the British a force like old when Britannia ruled the oceans For close to 200 years the Royal Navy ruled the oceans and it was entirely due to British naval power that the adage 'the sun never sets on the British empire' was coined. The Second...



The Russian TU 160 Is a Force Multiplier

Tue, 05 Jul 2016 10:19:39 -0500

THE RUSSIAN TU-160 IS REVAMPED AND PUT IN AN OPERATIONAL ROLE - When the Soviet Union was on its last legs they had produced a Mach II heavy bomber known as the TU-160. The aircraft produced in 1987, died a natural death as the Soviet Union collapsed. The successor state Russia, for some time, lay low, beset with economic problems as well as confusion about its role in world affairs.



Where Are Our Admirals and Generals in Our Time of Need? Carter: Transgender Individuals Allowed

Tue, 05 Jul 2016 10:00:20 -0500

On Thursday, June 30, 2016, Secretary of Defense Ash Carter held a press conference and announced what may be the most controversial--and outlandish--change to military service perhaps in our history--transgender individuals will now be allowed to enlist and serve openly in our nation's armed forces--effective immediately. In fact, they will be assisted in their medical requirements to change their sex by military medical personnel. The deadline for full implementation is one year, July 2017. Hopefully, by then we have a new and sensible president who quashes this abomination. As is customary in Washington, D. C., this radical pronouncement was made on the approach of the 4th of July weekend ensuring it would receive scant attention from not only the press but also the public. It would slip quietly into effect with little or no critical response. This is just another of the final year of the Obama presidency's extreme liberal agenda Barack Obama is intent on implementing before he lapses into history, one more of the egregious changes he intends to ensure he leaves as part of his liberal legacy. There are more to come.



The Swamp Fox

Fri, 17 Jun 2016 10:26:02 -0500

When Mel Gibson portrayed Francis Marion in the movie "The Patriot" that portrayal was more like a Revolutionary period Rambo than the actual man himself known as The Swamp Fox. Most of the history of the American Revolution centers on George Washington. But, it was the courage, the stealth like cunning, and the tenacity that he displayed in a time when the future of America was really on the line that has cemented the Swamp Fox's place in history as one of Americas Greatest Patriots and next to George Washington a true Revolutionary War hero.



What Memorial Day Means to Me

Wed, 15 Jun 2016 10:35:33 -0500

Memorial Day, for most of us, is a day of joy - parades, barbecues, family, and friends. We celebrate those who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our great nation, our way of life, and our freedom. There was a time in my life where Memorial Day made me uncomfortable - celebrating death felt odd. I see things differently now.



Why the Military Often Demands Plastic Fasteners

Thu, 09 Jun 2016 12:57:28 -0500

When it comes to "tough" environments, nothing can compare to the military. So when the military needs its equipment's components to last and withstand impacts and major environmental considerations, it often turns to plastic fasteners.



How To Join The Pakistan Army

Mon, 06 Jun 2016 09:36:45 -0500

If you have always wanted to join the Pakistan army, there are many ways in which you can join it. This article will guide you on the different ways. Joining the army after a Master's Degree - Even if you have some level of education, it doesn't mean that you can't get into the Pakistan army. You can join the army as a captain or major. For you to qualify for the position you should be no more than 28 years old. You also should meet the minimum physical requirements: If you are male, you should be no less than 162.5 cm. If female, you should be more than 157.5 cm tall.



Memorial Day: Remember the Fallen

Fri, 03 Jun 2016 09:56:07 -0500

The military honor guard provide a wonderful service for our loved ones who have served our nations military. I will always remember how special it made my brother's funeral. Let us always strive to remember our fallen, They are the reason that we are free.



Memorial Day in the USA

Tue, 31 May 2016 07:08:49 -0500

Remembering the sacrifice of the war dead is something that western nations do with gratitude. Reflecting on the enormous debt they paid so that others can be free is usually done on a special day that is highlighted with special services. In the United States this happens on the last Monday in May.



War and Bombs

Tue, 31 May 2016 06:27:57 -0500

There can be nothing more terrifying than having bombs falling in your area. Houses blown up, people killed, many maimed, and others devastated is a side of war that many are forced to come to grips with. The threat of annihilation and the loss of family, friends, pets, homes, and your life's work are all in the mix.



All About Memorial Day And Tribute Accessories

Fri, 27 May 2016 11:38:29 -0500

The Armed Forces are a source of pride for every country. No country can survive without the military; we cannot live today without their existence. There is a special day in a country's calendar dedicated to honor the brave soldier who has sacrificed his life for the country.



War Machines

Wed, 25 May 2016 15:53:03 -0500

The sophisticated war machines of today are the culmination of hundreds of years of designs and innovations. Probably nothing can match the hours of work and the number of people who have set themselves the task of perfecting those in existence or creating new ones. War seems like a game of testing them out and each time one country gets an advantage over another there is someone who is prepared to pass on the technology to others.



Battle of Saragrahi (1897): Golden Page From Sikh Army History

Mon, 23 May 2016 08:12:46 -0500

Introduction I will, in this article, narrate the account of a famous last stand by the Sikh Regiment of the Indian army on 12 September 1897 at Saragrahi, now in Pakistan. We have heard, read and seen on celluloid the feat of 300 Spartan soldiers who held at bay a much larger Persian force. This episode has been made into a film by Hollywood titled "300" and showcases the bravery of the soldiers of Sparta who held a force of 50000 Persian soldiers under the command of Emperor Xerxes at the mouth of a pass at the Messina mountains...



Surviving Post Traumatic Stress

Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:01 -0500

Dave, a U.S. Marine serving in Vietnam, heard a gun shot come from the tent next to his. He ran over to see what had happened. Inside, he found his friend, Bob sitting on his bunk with his head on shoulders slumped over.



Veteran Recalls Desert Fighting in World War II

Fri, 13 May 2016 08:05:06 -0500

A World War II veteran recalls fighting with the 57th Fighter Group which was detached to the service of the British 8th Army in Egypt, under the command of Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery. Their main objective was to defeat Germany's Field Marshal Erwin Rommel who was pushing eastward in northern Africa.



A World War II Veteran's Fight in Italy

Thu, 12 May 2016 07:46:34 -0500

A young shepherd boy raised in the sagebrush covered hills of Wyoming finds himself on the central mountains of Italy. Virgil Moss recalls his experiences in mountain warfare during World War II.



The Few, The Brave, The Forgotten

Tue, 05 Apr 2016 15:12:52 -0500

Veterans from the Viet Nam war were "drafted" and really did not have much say in joining the armed services. Other wars are for those who wish to join, of their own accord, and fulfill their service to their country. In either case, no veteran should ever go hungry, or live on a street, or suffer physical, mental or emotional problems without getting the guidance and help they deserve. Charity always begins at home and while migrants and illegal immigrants may need some assistance, our veterans deserve and should get our full attention and resources.



My First Time Under Enemy Fire

Tue, 22 Mar 2016 11:55:19 -0500

One of the most significant events in any soldier's life is when they come under contact for the first time. How do they prepare, react and cope with the event?



Was the Success of the Viet Cong Decisive in Persuading the USA to Escalate in South Vietnam?

Tue, 08 Mar 2016 11:56:05 -0600

It is obvious that the South Vietnamese alone were not capable of withstanding the Viet Cong. The fighters of the DRV had shown its fighting prowess at Dien Bien Phu in 1954 and had won battles against South Vietnamese soldiers even when outnumbered four to one. Without increased involvement from the USA, the south would indeed fall.



One Rank One Pension - The Meeting in Mumbai

Wed, 02 Mar 2016 06:49:20 -0600

The Beginning - I flew in from abroad (Singapore) to attend the OROP sammelan of Ex -Servicemen at Azad Maidan on 31 October 2015 at Mumbai. I am well ensconced, but at the same time very concerned about implementation of OROP. I have a case that haunts me.



The Salt Water Crocodile and World War II

Mon, 29 Feb 2016 11:03:10 -0600

I visited the Al Ain Zoo about 150 km from Abu Dhabi. This article is not about the zoo, but about a particular species of crocodile called the saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus). This is a saltwater species, something of which I was not aware.



The Practice of Leaving Coins on Headstones

Fri, 19 Feb 2016 06:32:27 -0600

A casual stroll within the ramparts of a large cemetery could very well divulge a number of headstones containing one or two coins resting upon them which have been left by visitors to that particular grave. There is a significant rationale behind this practice of leaving a coin on the gravestone of those people especially if the individual within the grave happens to be an American military member who died while on duty. You will discover that the connotation surrounding the coins tend to vary depending upon the denomination of coin left at the grave.



The Civilian Report of Survey

Wed, 17 Feb 2016 11:35:58 -0600

After leaving the military, many things, small and large, stick with you. After all, being in the military is not so much an occupation as a way of life. The soldier's feared Report of Survey happens mainly when property is lost, stolen, or missing. In a humorous way this short piece shows how the report of survey mentality follows a veteran for life.



Give the Gift of Communication to Military Troops

Mon, 15 Feb 2016 15:58:17 -0600

Our ability to live freely, express our views, and go to sleep without any fear is due to the men and women of our armed forces who risk their lives every day to keep us safe. The services of our military troops from the beginning of our country until today and those who will continue to protect us in the future should never be forgotten.



Dual Use Technologies for the Future of National Security and Military Tech

Wed, 03 Feb 2016 06:19:01 -0600

Our Military and National Security research agencies like DARPA and IARPA get a good amount of their technology from the private sector as hand-me-downs, and although you might think such technology as second rate, often the security or military application solves real problems when it comes to "dual-use" innovative technology. Indeed, I've written a great deal on this topic and often see other uses for technology that even those doing the research may not have considered. Let's talk and let me give you an example.



Supporting Families of the Deployed

Tue, 26 Jan 2016 11:21:21 -0600

When a citizen chooses to serve in the military force, it's not a regular office job, but a unique way of life that affects the entire family. The families of the military personnel and children of veterans face a distinct set of challenges, and it is our responsibility to find ways to support military members. Not only does it help to recognize the heartfelt sacrifice of men and women in uniform, but it also gives a much-needed helping hand to families struggling on the home front.



History of the US Army Chevron

Mon, 25 Jan 2016 14:08:58 -0600

The "Chevron" is an architectural term to denote the rafters of a roof that meet at an angle forming the upper apex. It began being used in various forms as a symbol of rank of knights or men-at-arms. It is believed that the "Chevron" was originally given as an award to a knight to show he had captured a castle, town or other building (hence the resemblance to a roof), from there it began being used as an insignia by the military.



What Are Dog Tags?

Tue, 12 Jan 2016 06:53:54 -0600

You might have come to notice people wearing metal tags with weird writings on them, especially when you see a military personnel. Those necklaces are known as "dog tags" and have been around for quite some time, going as far back as 1851 during the Taiping Revolt.



How Battles Affect History

Thu, 07 Jan 2016 07:16:34 -0600

The results of battles and how they affect immigration, settlements and industry. The story of a drummer, the son of Loyalists, who fought in the Revolutionary War and how that changed the lives of his Scottish clan and the American frontier.



Evaluating Mahmud of Ghazni: Great Conqueror and Leader

Mon, 04 Jan 2016 10:21:24 -0600

Mahmud of Ghazni is a much reviled character in Hindu literature, while Muslims bring out that he defeated the "Hindus". The Hindu writers portray him as a destroyer of temples. No wonder the Pakistanis have named one of their missiles as Ghaznavi.