Many Brave Soldiers Never Get the Medal of Honor They deserve

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Military news…

Air Force Lt. Col. John “Karl” Marks made history earlier this month for accumulating more flight hours in the legendary A-10 attack plane than any other pilot in history. But hitting that milestone is only the latest achievement for Marks, who began his career busting a record number of Iraqi tanks in Desert Storm.

What else can schools do to create stronger programs for veterans
Universities are beginning to think outside the traditional box, building degree programs that recognize the knowledge military members obtain in the service.

Some people use their day off to watch TV. Others use it to overthrow their government. At least, that’s what Guinean special operations forces being trained by American Green berets did during a down day in the West African country earlier this month. The U.S. has since cut off support to the Guinean armed forces because of the overachievers, according to Pentagon officials.

A Marine sergeant serving with the Navy’s ‘Blue Angels’ flight demo team definitely earned the ‘Angel’ name when he saved three kids from drowning in 2019. Like other service members who found themselves in similar situations, Sgt. Zachary Parsons did not spend time thinking about whether he should dive into the current off the North Carolina shore; he just did it.

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I told you in my last post that I was going to show you the table of contents for my upcoming book, Signs of Hope for the military: In and Out of the trenches of Life.

I was Almost Blown Away

Went through my first hurricane when stationed at Ft. Gordon, Georgia

It’s Tough Being the New Kid on the Block

I felt isolated, even though I was surrounded by many men.

I’m Being Gassed!!!

You had to say your service number in the “the chamber,” before you could on your mask.

I hope I can Swim!

A very confused Warrant Officer marched us into the bay.

We Missed the Right Stop on the Train

How do you pronounce Worchester, Massachusetts?

Stop Over in Okinawa

I had my first experience with prostitutes’ in Naha, Okinawa.

The Best Ships Are Friendships

Building a good buddy system was vital.

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I will have more table of contents my next post from, Signs of hope for the Military: In and Out of the trenches of Life.

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