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|Army unveils the M10 Booker, its first new combat vehicle in two decades|
|The Army’s first new major combat vehicle in two decades will be known as the M10 Booker Combat Vehicle, honoring fallen soldiers killed in the Iraq War and World War II, service officials said.|
The Texas National Guard will build 1,000 feet of barrier in the Rio Grande using four-foot-tall buoys to deter migrants from crossing into the United States from Mexico between legal ports of entry, Gov. Greg Abbott announced.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., on Wednesday urged the leaders of the Senate Armed Services Committee to spare troop pay from any negotiations over potential budget cuts.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Saturday that counteroffensive and defensive actions were underway against Russian forces, asserting that his top commanders were in a “positive” mindset as their troops engaged in intense fighting along the front line.
While the recapture of Blahodatne pointed to a small Ukrainian advance, Western and Ukrainian leaders have repeatedly cautioned that efforts to expel Russian troops more broadly are expected to take time.
Do you hate waiting? I know I do. Even while I was in the Army they said, “Hurry up and wait.”
We have to wait for everything: For the red light to change, for that important mail, waiting in line.
It drives some nutty to have to wait very long. What can we do to take care of that?
- Patience is always important in these kinds of things.
- Know that when you finally get the things you waited for, it is good.
- Support others who are waiting for something.
- Find things to take your mind off of what you are waiting for.
One of the things we have to wait for is getting things done with the VA department. I am there myself. I have two pleas for compensation that I have been waiting for, too many years. I will not give up. I know I have earned them, and will pursue them until my last breath.
I know this is harsh, but I truly believe that are waiting for us to die.
NEVER GIVE UP!!
I am still waiting to have a couple more interviews of veterans for my upcoming book, Signs of Hope for the Military, in and Out of the Trenches of Life. When I get those done, then it is off to my publisher, Bookbaby.
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