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Doris Miller

Miller’s Model: A Solution for Ferguson

Maybe it’s time we quit hunting for evidence to support our views or conclusions that degrade others. Maybe it’s time we shake the stereotypes. Maybe it’s time to cease fire on fellow Americans…

Castigo Cay by Matthew Bracken

Castigo Cay by Matthew Bracken

While still in his twenties, Dan inherited the schooner Rebel Yell. Soon after, he left the United States to embark on a series of voyages, mostly in pursuit of beautiful women and good times…

756th Bomber Squadron

Behind Enemy Lines

1LT. Cole was six feet and four inches and weight 240 pounds when he exited that crashing bomber and when he finally got back to Italy he weighed 160 pounds…

View from the Higgins Boat on D-Day

The Boat That Won World War II

General Eisenhower once proclaimed that Andrew Higgins was the man who won WW II, because of his boat. There are less that 130 Higgins Boats in service in the Navy, but they still get used…

American Nightingale by Bob Welch

American Nightingale

Jewish boys became doctors, but Jewish girls did not become nurses, especially immigrant ones from the old country with their old country ways…

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Spice Up Your Obituary

One of the bad habits of a cop I developed was reading the obituaries on a daily basis. Cops are looking to see if any of their old customers are no longer in the game…

Battleship North Carolina Annual Memorial Day Observance

May Programming Aboard the Battleship NORTH CAROLINA

WILMINGTON, NC – -( The Battleship NORTH CAROLINA announces the programming schedule for May, 2014. Showboat—Systems & Design May 17, 2014 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $40 per person. $35 for Friends members or active military. As the first of the 10 fast battleships which served in WWII, NORTH CAROLINA paved the way for those […]

Pure Grit

Stella Bain And Pure Grit

These women were healers, but in so many cases all they could do was hold the hand of a sailor as he waited to die. Then these brave women were expected to just go home & be normal wives, sisters, mothers…