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The Wheels of Justice Grind Slowly…

| November 12, 2020 | 19 Comments
The Wheels of Justice Grind Slowly…

Our ninja brings us an update on a story first posted by The Dave a year or so ago. Seems Attorney Kevin Creed simply could not help but take advantage of the generosity of others. Long story short, he stole funds from a branch of the Fisher House Foundation that he set up, to the […]

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A Dark Day for Naval Aviation

| October 22, 2020 | 43 Comments
A Dark Day for Naval Aviation

Naval Aviator Wings of Gold Or, “The Day Naval Aviation Died.” The history of Navy Flight has been one of sacrifice, heroic deeds, honor, and above all dignity. The standards to become a Navy Flyer are purposely high, the training is grueling both physically and mentally, and qualifications must be maintained for one’s entire career […]

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More on LTC Jody

| October 7, 2020 | 24 Comments
More on LTC Jody

The Curious Case of Cal Cunningham continues. First, he didn’t know what “BBQ” meant in his home state of North Carolina. Then his Senate campaign has admitted that the tawdry text messages of a sexual nature sent to a woman married to a US Army officer (and wounded warrior), he’s also been accused of having another woman […]

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Bergdahl. The painful rash that just won’t go away…

| September 21, 2020 | 39 Comments
Bergdahl. The painful rash that just won’t go away…

Bergdahl lawyers say military judge’s job application posed conflict ninja sends us the Military Times article and on the latest attempts by Bergdahl’s lawyers to free the convicted deserter. A new motion filed in the case of former U.S Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is asking the highest appeals court for the U.S. military to overturn […]

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Former Green Beret charged with spying for Russia

| August 23, 2020 | 26 Comments
Former Green Beret charged with spying for Russia

A former US Army Special Forces soldier has been charged in federal court with spying on behalf of the Russian intelligence agency GRU. His alleged spying dates back to 1996, before he enlisted, and lasted until 2011. He took multiple trips to Russia, including when he was on leave from the Army. Debbins first visited […]

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Senator Duckworth Roils the Political Waters

| July 3, 2020 | 46 Comments
Senator Duckworth Roils the Political Waters

Senator Tammy Duckworth Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D Ill), U.S. Army veteran and Purple Heart recipient, has been called a “safe” choice for Biden’s Veep spot. Some aren’t convinced that the first-ever Thai American woman elected to Congress is the right pick in a political landscape that has been suddenly altered by the death of George […]

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McKinsey & Company

| April 24, 2020 | 47 Comments
McKinsey & Company

Tucker Carlson How did the world’s richest democracy become dependent upon a hostile foreign dictatorship like China? The leadership class in the United States allowed it to happen. They became wealthy from doing so. Which brings us a consulting firm called McKinsey & Company. McKinsey is the recruiter of choice for many graduates at our […]

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Retirees Are Limited Access to Base Facilities

| March 22, 2020 | 66 Comments
Retirees Are Limited Access to Base Facilities

  Skippy and Boomer have both warned me of an Air Force decision to either limit selected base access, or bar altogether, use by retirees. The claim is to reduce exposure to the Wuhan Virus- exactly how this works by grouping retirees into long lines and allowing a few in at a time is left […]

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