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Military August 07, 2018

By Jim Garamone DoD News, Defense Media Activity: New Policy Prohibits GPS Tracking in Deployed Settings
By Jared Keller: Kiss Your Fitness Apps Goodbye, Motherf***ers
By Jim Garamone DoD News, Defense Media Activity: Army Engineers to Battle Western Wildfires
By Air Force Senior Airman Crystal Housman California National Guard: Remotely Piloted Aircraft Become Mainstay of Wildland Firefighting
By Air Force Senior Airman Dustin Mullen 325th Fighter Wing: Face of Defense: Change of Pace, Steady Future Enticed Airman to Serve
By Army 1st Lt. Verniccia Ford 101st Sustainment Brigade, 101st Airborne Division: 101st Resolute Support Sustainment Brigade ‘Lifeliners’ Train to Sustain Lives
By Donna Lindner, Air Force Research Laboratory: Air Force Scientists Study Artificial Silk for Body Armor, Parachutes
By Sara Samora, Council of the Former Enlisted: In Boot Camp, A Drill Instructor Taught Me The True Meaning Of Practice
William Patrick “Willy” Stuart-Houston (né Hitler; 12 March 1911 – 14 July 1987) was the Irish-German nephew of Adolf Hitler. He was born to Adolf’s brother, Alois Hitler, Jr. and his Irish wife, Bridget Dowling, in Liverpool, England. William Hitler later moved to Germany, but subsequently immigrated to the United States, where he served in the United States Navy in World War II. He eventually received American citizenship.

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Bob Mayer: What are the most accurate and inaccurate depictions of special operators in a film?

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Bob Mayer: What Would A Good Person Do?

In the last 16 years there have been at least 6,000 bodies found in the deserts along the Mexican border.

This image of a Border Patrol agent emptying jugs of water left for illegal immigrants in the desert has stuck with me.

Read complete article – Bob Mayer: What Would A Good Person Do?

Bob Mayer: What To Do In Case Of Nuclear Attack (and other important info)

Duck and cover. How many remember that? While many might think it futile, it’s better than doing nothing.

First, a nuclear war probably won’t happen in a vacuum. Keep an eye on the news. Currently the situation between Israel and Iran, or North and South Korea, are the most likely flashpoint for a nuclear exchange. It is more likely there could be a small yield nuclear explosion by terrorists and it will probably be a ‘dirty’ bomb. That means the fallout is more dangerous than the actual explosion, as the fallout will be very radioactive. Port cities are high probability targets for a terrorist nuclear attack via being secreted inside a cargo container.

We have DEFCON levels, which are defense readiness conditions for the Armed Forces.


The Gun Issue: Part Deux | Bob Mayer

I addressed some arguments of the gun issue after the Las Vegas shooting.

I feel a need to readdress some of the same issues and also add some arguments I’ve recently encountered after the Texas shooting. Which right there indicates a problem. After Las Vegas we were told “Now isn’t the time”. And it still isn’t apparently. It wasn’t after children were slaughtered in Newton. It isn’t now, and it wont be after the next one. We couldn’t even get rid of utterly useless bump stocks after 59 killed.

What I would like it be time for is civil discussion. For the vast majority of moderates to try to work together. To do that, we have to address some theories that are either illogical, or have serious flaws inherent in them.


The Gun Issue: Part Deux | Bob Mayer