Tag: 1st Lt. Gordon Lam

Military November 03, 2018

By Hope Hodge Seck: Another Apparent Afghan Insider Attack Kills US Service Member
The Times Herald-Record, Middletown, N.Y. | By Leonard Sparks: Credit Union to Pay for Seizing Vehicles of Service Members
By Fox News: Supreme Court Accepts Case of Cross-Shaped Maryland War Memorial
Stars and Stripes | By Matthew Burke: Road That Plays Marines’ Hymn to Be Named After R. Lee Ermey
Vets Day & Memorial Day Explained There’s one big difference between Veterans Day and Memorial Day, though the history of each is rooted in the history of our country’s wars.
Christopher Kibler is a retired Army first sergeant. He served as an airborne ranger for most of his career. He now works for the Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape, or SERE, school at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, teaching others survival techniques.
It’s 7:30 a.m. at F. E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, on a chilly October day. Just a few days earlier, six inches of snow fell on the base, but at the start of Air Force 1st Lt. Gordon Lam’s shift, the roads are clear and the skies are sunny. A member of the 320th Missile Squadron, Lam’s about to begin a 24-hour shift as a missile alert officer deep underground in the middle of nowhere. This is his day.
Air Force Capt. Ana Garzon describes her role as an intercontinental ballistic missile code controller for the 90th Operations Support Squadron at F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

By James Clark: Confessions Of An A-10 Pilot: What It’s Like To Fly A Cannon With Wings