25 Years Ago Today Desert Storm’s Opening Shots Came From This Helicopter Raid!
Low level, long range, undetected penetration into denied areas, Day or night, in adverse weather, For infiltration, ex-filtration and resupply of special operation forces. As a former pavelow guy it is awesome to see this story covered. Jalopnik writes You have to kick down an enemy’s front door somehow, and in the case of Operation Desert […]Read More
Ritzheimer Follows in Zimmerman’s Foot Steps To Sell The Most Expensive Handgun Ever!
Here is your chance to own a pistol that was used to take part in what is now claimed as, “one of the most Patriotic Acts of Civil Defiance since the Boston Tea Party.” Link to auction and description added at bottom! Oregon Live reports! The wife of Oregon refuge occupier Jon Ritzheimer is using […]Read More
Why are all Mass Murderers Democrats?
Well, most of them anyway: Now you can add Elliot Rodger – the next in a long line of mass murderers with mass murder on their minds: THE LIST: – Nidal Hasan – Ft Hood Shooter: Registered Democrat and Muslim. – Aaron Alexis, Navy Yard shooter – black liberal/Obama voter – Seung-Hui Cho – Virginia […]Read More
War, War never changes..video
Archived footage, and interviews come together to show a compelling documentary of what chemical warfare was like during the first World War. Funker Imagine you are 16-years-old. You have signed up for the military, illegally, in order to support your country in the war that is being called “The War to End All Wars,” by […]Read More
Civil War era house vandalized
A Civil War-era house in Mississippi where Ulysses S. Grant launched a major campaign has been vandalized. (FOX)- A press release Thursday from Mississippi’s Department of Archives and History says thieves took four wooden support beams from the 200-year-old home on a Civil War battlefield. The damage at the Shaifer House was discovered April 1 […]Read More
Touching WWI letters never seen before on display at Smithsonian
At the end of World War I, Gen. John J. Pershing – commander of the American Expeditionary Forces – penned a letter to every service member who served under him, expressing a heartfelt gratitude and deep respect for their sacrifice, courage and bravery. (FOX)- Pershing begins the letter: “My fellow soldiers…” to those Americans for […]Read More
ID bracelet lost by US soldier during WWII found in France
An identification bracelet lost by a soldier from central New York more than 70 years ago has been found near the beaches of Normandy. (FOX)- WSTM-TV in Syracuse reports (http://bit.ly/2nHyhUy ) Army Sgt. John Hill, of Syracuse, landed in France on June 7, 1944, a day after the Allied invasion began. Somewhere along the way, […]Read More
‘Carlos the Jackal’ gets third life sentence for 1974 attack on Paris store
The man known as “Carlos the Jackal” was sentenced to life in prison for the third time by a French court for the deadly 1974 attack on a Paris shopping arcade. (FOX)- The Venezuelan-born Ilich Ramirez Sanchez was found guilty for throwing a grenade onto a crowded area, killing two and injuring 32. He is […]Read More
Bomb experts remove Civil War cannon balls from museum
Bomb disposal experts removed four Civil War-era artillery rounds from Virginia’s Siege Museum after X-rays showed several artillery rounds stored there are capable of exploding. (FOX)- News outlets report that two cannon balls and two Parrott artillery shells were removed Wednesday afternoon from storage at the museum, which depicts how residents of Petersburg lived before, […]Read More
Pearl Harbor Navy salvage diver dies at 103
Ken Hartle, who as a Navy diver during World War II had the grim task of retrieving bodies from ships sunk by the Japanese at Pearl Harbor, has died. He was 103. (FOX)- Hartle died Tuesday afternoon at an Escondido, California, center for people with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, the San Diego Union-Tribune (http://bit.ly/2jnUNzC) reported […]Read More
Class ring lost by WWII vet 73 years ago returned to family
The family of a deceased World War II veteran from New Jersey has been reunited with his 1938 class ring, lost 73 years ago while he was serving in the South Pacific. (FOX)- Nearly 50 people gathered Thursday at Audubon High School for the ceremonial return of Edward J. Dodds’ ring after it was discovered in Papua New Guinea in 2013. Dodds’ five children were at the ceremony, […]Read More
D.B. Cooper may have worked for Boeing, New evidence suggests
A team of scientists selected by federal officials in Seattle have come across new evidence in the mystery of D.B. Cooper. (FOX)- The Citizen Sleuths have been analyzing particles found on the clip-on-tie that Cooper left behind after he hijacked a Northwest Orient airplane in November 1971. Tom Kaye, the lead researcher of the group, […]Read More