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North Korea launches missiles at Japan

| September 16, 2021 | 62 Comments
North Korea launches missiles at Japan

Perhaps sensing that we have a group of foreign policy cucks in charge here, North Korea yesterday launched two missiles at Japan. Both landed within the Japanese exclusive economic zone. Needless to say the Japanese are pissed. Breitbart reports; North Korea launched two short-range ballistic missiles on Wednesday, violating U.N. Security Council resolutions and drawing […]

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Valor Friday

| September 10, 2021 | 15 Comments
Valor Friday

Hiroshi Myamura was born in Gallup, New Mexico in 1925 to Japanese immigrant parents. This made him a “Nisei” or second-generation American of Japanese descent. The fourth of nine children, his parents owned and operated a 24-hour diner in the city. Gallup then as now was a largely Native American city. Known as “The Heart […]

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Valor Friday

| August 27, 2021 | 9 Comments
Valor Friday

When I start researching a topic often the first place you’ll find me is on Wikipedia. Many of our country’s heroes have lengthy articles that go into great detail. Some not so much. Today’s is a case of the latter. There are a total of three sentences in Tony Burris’ Wikipedia article. This includes a […]

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Valor Friday

| July 9, 2021 | 9 Comments
Valor Friday

In the history of the Medal of Honor there have been only two instances in which the action for which the medal was earned were caught on camera. Colonel Joe Jackson (USAF), who we’ve talked about before, had earned his MoH in Vietnam (after serving in both WWII and Korea) for bringing his C-123 Provider […]

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We’ve Been Warned

| March 17, 2021 | 5 Comments
We’ve Been Warned

North Korea’s sister-brother is warning us before the US and South Korea have their planned meeting, while current military drills are ongoing. https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your-military/2021/03/16/north-criticizes-us-south-korean-military-drills-issues-warning-before-allies-meet/ From the article:  SEOUL, South Korea — In North Korea’s first comments directed at the Biden administration, Kim Jong Un’s powerful sister on Tuesday warned the United States to “refrain from causing […]

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Incredible story of valor and brotherhood from the Korean War coming to the big screen

| March 17, 2021 | 6 Comments
Incredible story of valor and brotherhood from the Korean War coming to the big screen

The story of best friends and wingmen Ensign Jesse Brown, the first black naval aviator and the first black naval officer to die in the Korean War and then-Lieutenant (j.g.) Thomas Hudner. Flying F4U Corsairs over the Chosin Reservoir, Brown would be shot down. Hudner saw his comrade had crashed, wheels up, and was moving […]

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Happy New Year! Bring Out Yer Guns!

| January 3, 2021 | 12 Comments
Happy New Year! Bring Out Yer Guns!

  Task and Purpose has given us a bit of news about the Norks and how we respond to their missile program, with the accompaniment of the South Korean military and Japan.  The article by Task & Purpose gives us a nice report on our response, which included a couple of B-1Bs, among other machinery. […]

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“The Saint Makers”, a new book about the life, sacrifice, and canonization process for Chaplain (Captain) Emil Kapaun

| December 2, 2020 | 2 Comments
“The Saint Makers”, a new book about the life, sacrifice, and canonization process for Chaplain (Captain) Emil Kapaun

I talked about Father Kapaun recently in a Valor Friday piece. The heroic life of service of the Roman Catholic priest who died in a Communist prisoner of war camp during the Korean War is truly an inspiration. KoB came across a podcast interview with the author of The Saint Makers Joe Drape. The source link […]

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