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SOF Raid Rescues American Woman In Honduras

| March 25, 2020 | 15 Comments
SOF Raid Rescues American Woman In Honduras

Secretary of Defense Mark Esper announced on Monday that an American woman was rescued during a daring military raid in Honduras. Skippy sends. Esper intentionally revealed very little details about the mission, but here is what we know: 1. A young American woman was the “victim of a violent crime” in the Central American nation. 2. She has […]

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What’s This? A TAH’er Birthday Today!

| March 23, 2020 | 47 Comments
What’s This? A TAH’er Birthday Today!

5th/77th FA One of our ninja’s ratted you out, Gun Bunny. No sense in denying or running, our ninjas are remorseless, and the best, as you well know. To take the sting out a bit, it was suggested I dummy up a couple recipes to celebrate another lap around the sun. So here ya go, […]

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Buzz Aldrin gives surprising response when asked about protecting himself from coronavirus

| March 19, 2020 | 18 Comments
Buzz Aldrin gives surprising response when asked about protecting himself from coronavirus

Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin said he is staying indoors amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Associated Press ) Col. ‘Buzz’ Aldren, USAF (Ret), fighter pilot- 66 combat missions in Korea, two kills, academic- Doctor of Science, Aeronautics from MIT, and the second man to walk on the moon, is taking reasonable precautions to protect himself from the […]

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Exclusive: Legendary special operations aviator reveals bin Laden mission details for the first time

| March 18, 2020 | 17 Comments
Exclusive: Legendary special operations aviator reveals bin Laden mission details for the first time

Now-retired Army CW5 Doug Englen in an MH47 helicopter about to fly from ship in undisclosed location on classified mission. (Courtesy of Doug Englen) We all remember how during the raid on bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, one of the H-60’s crashed into a wall. Not a good start. Fortunately everyone egressed safely and […]

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Soldier rescues woman and 4 dogs from a burning house

| March 13, 2020 | 12 Comments
Soldier rescues woman and 4 dogs from a burning house

Sgt. Darren Watkins, with the Oklahoma National Guard, saved an elderly woman and her four dogs from a deadly house fire. (Spc. Jessica Todd) By: Todd South Sgt. Darren Watkins was starting a shift in his civilian job as a sheriff’s deputy in Wagoner County, Oklahoma, on Feb. 29 after leaving a daddy-daughter dance with […]

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Gladys Mae West and The GPS

| March 4, 2020 | 13 Comments
Gladys Mae West and The GPS

She was the person behind the development of the GPS system, something that we take for granted now. Yes, there were other people involved in it, and she was involved from the start of it as a code writer and programmer. (You try doing all that coding that way. Go ahead.  I dare you.)  Her […]

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Report: First woman expected to become Green Beret in coming weeks

| February 26, 2020 | 50 Comments
Report: First woman expected to become Green Beret in coming weeks

Soldiers assigned to the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School stand at attention during formation at the Crown Arena in Fayetteville, North Carolina January 16, 2020. (K. Kassens/Army) One of our ninjas sends us this article about the first female Green Beret, who is expected to graduate from the grueling training […]

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California sheriff complies with ICE subpoenas on jail records

| February 22, 2020 | 25 Comments
California sheriff complies with ICE subpoenas on jail records

ICE served the subpoenas on San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore for the jail records of four Mexicans in the U.S. illegally, according to reports. A sad state of affairs when compliance with Federal Law Enforcement makes the news. But this is Sanctuary State California where such cooperation is rare indeed, nearly unheard of. In […]

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