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Military September 02, 2019

By Katie Lange, DOD: Medal of Honor Monday: Army Lt. Gen. Jonathan Wainwright
Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright IV (August 23, 1883 – September 2, 1953) was a career American army officer and the Commander of Allied forces in the Philippines at the time of their surrender to the Empire of Japan during World War II. Wainwright was a recipient of the Medal of Honor for his courageous leadership during the fall of the Philippines.


BY David Vergun, DOD: Labor Day Marks 74th Anniversary of Japan’s WWII Surrender
Military.com: Bright Light from Santa Fe Senselessly Extinguished with Death of Army Officer; Remarks Against Antifa Prompt FBI Seizure of Ex-Marine’s Weapons Under Oregon’s ‘Red Flag’ Law; Korea War Medal of Honor Recipient Gives What May be His ‘Final’ Talk and more ->
Hiroshi H. “Hershey” Miyamura (born October 6, 1925) is an American retired United States Army soldier and recipient of the Medal of Honor for actions in the Korean War.[1][2] While he was held as a prisoner of war, the award was classified as top secret.


Task & Purpose By RFE/RL’S Radio Free Afghanistan: Taliban launches second attack on Afghan city while US envoy insists a peace deal is near
By Adam Linehan, Task & Purpose: This Psychedelic 1970s Airborne Recruitment Video Is Vintage Gold
The video also features the one and only ever airborne-themed pop song, in which a man backed by a gospel choir continuously chants, “Airborne’s rough so you gotta be tough!” How that song never won a Grammy is beyond us.

Military October 13, 2018

By Paul Szoldra: Satellite Photos Show Parts Of Tyndall Air Force Base Have Been Completely Decimated
By Liz Forster: Man Arrested in Fatal Shooting of Army Captain Near Downtown Colorado Springs
Military.com: $87M Worth of Cocaine Seized by 52-year-old Coast Guard Cutter: Reports
By Carol Rosenberg: Military Court Rules Against Accused USS Cole Bomber’s Lawyers
By Brock Vergakis: It’s Been 18 Years and Families of USS Cole Bombing Victims Still Await Justice
By Jared Keller: Marine Commandant On Female Infantry: ‘You’re A Marine, Do Your Job’
By Jeff Schogol: Investigation: CNO Was Too Slow Firing ‘Bad Santa’ But Did Not Commit Misconduct
By Drew Brooks: 6 EOD Soldiers Awarded 11 Medals for Actions in Afghanistan
By Maj. Thomas Mcilwaine, British Army: Movies And Shows You Need To Watch To Understand The US Military, By A British Army Officer
By Col. Keith Nightingale, U.S. Army (Ret.): A Vietnam Vet’s Reflections: ‘When I Think’
Col (Ret) Keith Nightingale commanded four rifle companies, three battalions and two brigades. He regularly practiced field sanitation techniques. He is a member of the Ranger Hall of Fame.