Military July 26, 2022

Military.com: Written in Blood: The Catastrophic Shipwreck that Prompted the Coast Guard’s Rescue Swimmer Program; Army Moves to Save Legacy of the Baron — Ernie Pyle’s Drinking Buddy, Aristocrat, Artist, Spy, and WWII Legend; Operation Acid Gambit: How Army Special Forces Rescued an American Hostage in Noriega’s Panama; After Scuttling VA Overhaul, Senator Rolls Out His Plan to Upgrade Facilities; 102-Year-Old WWII Veteran from Segregated Mail Unit Honored;Army Vet Bob Rafelson Created The Monkees, Then Revolutionized Hollywood; ‘Animal House’ Star Tim Matheson Talks Marine Corps Service and more ->
 
 
 
 
Task & Purpose: Why veterans filing VA claims should be using a ‘buddy statement’ If there’s no record of your injury, a letter from your battle buddy could work; The case against invoking the Defense Production Act to save the Choco Taco Could the defense industry produce Choco Tacos that actually work? And more ->
 
 
 
 
DoD: News Low-Cost Tech Shaping Modern Battlefield, Socom Commander Says   and more ->
 
 
 
 
By Allen G. Breed, AP News: Former Associated Press investigative reporter Jean Heller works on a novel at her home in Southport, N.C., on Saturday, July 9, 2022. In 1972, Heller broke the story about the U.S. Public Health Service study in which Black men in Alabama went untreated for syphilis so researchers could document the disease’s effects. (AP Photo/Allen G. Breed) How an AP reporter broke the Tuskegee syphilis story
 
 
 
 
Warrior Poet’s Patriotic RANT in D.C. (where freedom was born AND got sick)
 
 
 
 
Combat Story: CIA Legendary Case Officer | Black Ops | Author | Enrique ‘Ric’ Prado | Combat Story (Ep 84)
 
 
 
 
Jack CarrUSA: Episode 7: EXTINCTION – The Terminal List Podcast
 
 
Jack CarrUSA: Episode 8: RECLAMATION – The Terminal List Podcast