Forces Of Valor

24 Apr 19
Lima Charlie Editing and Reviews

Introducing a memoir about Thomas Pecora, a man who has dedicated his life to service to his country. The Guardian covers his entire career, a career full of rewarding sacrifice, heroism, bravery, and dedication. Who loves the show 24, with Jack Bauer as the CTU (Counterterrorism unit) agent, kicking ass and taking names? Well this is […]

24 Apr 19
The Washington Informer

On historic Pine Street in Cambridge, Maryland, Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) speaking recently to local and state officials, veterans and their families, announced new bipartisan legislation that will require review of World War I valor medals awarded to minority service members to determine whether their actions warrant a posthumous upgrade to the Medal of Honor.

24 Apr 19
U S Military History

April 24, 1943 – William Lloyd Nelson Medal of Honor recipient (February 22, 1918–April 24, 1943) was an American combat soldier who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor, the nation’s highest decoration for valor, for his actions on April 24, 1943, during World War II. Sergeant Nelson’s official Medal of Honor citation For conspicuous […]

24 Apr 19
Fortuna's Corner

Navy SEALs Were Warned Against Reporting Their Chief for War Crimes The New York Times · by Dave Philipps · April 23, 2019 Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher during a deployment in Iraq in 2017, in a photo provided by his lawyer. Stabbing a defenseless teenage captive to death. Picking off a school-age girl and an old man […]

24 Apr 19
Nyamilepedia

Press Release, By Payinjiar Association of Canada, April 23, 2019(Nyamilepedia) — Human legends are scarce and high-quality. They live among men with humility, selflessness, courage, and brevity. Few know them well yet their work and selfless sacrifices are only brought to public decorum upon their death. This week, Nuer mourn two public figures, Gen. Peter […]

24 Apr 19
South Sudan News Now

Press Release, By Payinjiar Association of Canada April 23, 2019(SSNN) — Human legends are scarce and high-quality. They live among men with humility, selflessness, courage, and brevity. Few know them well yet their work and selfless sacrifices are only brought to public decorum upon their death. This week, Nuer mourn two public figures, Gen. Peter […]

24 Apr 19
Many a Sojourn

The better part of this past week has been a whirlwind.   After I left Cleveland, I headed for the Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.  From there, up and over to Boston, with a quick stop in Nazareth.  3 days in Boston visiting the city and family.   And then off to New York City for 2 packed […]

23 Apr 19
Northeast Tolkien Society

Beowulf and its Influences in Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings, by Kaleena Ma Lord of the Rings became a steady and growing best-seller after Allyn and Unwin began publication in July of 1954. Beowulf emerged from manuscript in the 16th Century, and gained a popular following. Ms. Kaleena Ma wrote about Rings and Beowulf for […]

23 Apr 19

“I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.” …Maybe we can change that, soldier. While mainstream comics are shying away from loyalty and valor in favor of nihilistic deconstructions of anything “heroic,” the creators of HIRO: Blood of the Patriots are hoping to find an audience starving for a […]

23 Apr 19
Later On

Dave Philipps reports in the NY Times: Stabbing a defenseless teenage captive to death. Picking off a school-age girl and an old man from a sniper’s roost. Indiscriminately spraying neighborhoods with rockets and machine-gun fire. Navy SEAL commandos from Team 7’s Alpha Platoon said they had seen their highly decorated platoon chief commit shocking acts […]

23 Apr 19
Martial Arts Frauds and Fakes

By Lordus Sapiens — I didn’t know military larping was a thing…okay, I did, I just try to ignore it when I see it. I never served, but I have family members who served, many friends who have served, and I’ve always been interested in the military. I guess I’m one of those people who […]

23 Apr 19
Free Matt Podcasts

****This was a re-blog from Kenneth Hamilton from the Minarchist United website. I believe that this article had a great idea reflected that in when men don’t have a mission, they suffer as men. Mission is important and war often is an outlet for men to be men. Idleness Kills Manliness   Date: 22 Aug […]