Or an American prisoner. Not if he is determined to get loose, anyway. Learn more through the article linked below, readers: This Day in History: An American sailor, captured by a German submarine On this day in 1918, a Navy lieutenant is held as a German prisoner. Edouard Victor Michel Izac had been captured just … Continue reading Can’t Keep a Good Man Down….
Click the link to learn more, readers – particularly if you are a veteran or active member of the Marines, the Navy, the Army, or the Air Force: Veteran, family, community at the core of Indianapolis Post 522 The American Legion MAR 04, 2021 When Stacy Bohem initially tried to join an American Legion post, … Continue reading A Noble Mission
Men cry differently than women, readers, but they do cry. They do cry. Learn more through the link here: Brothers in Arms By Kevin M. Callahan NOV 20, 2020 Ten years ago, I visited the Sicily-Rome American Cemetery near Anzio with my wife and young sons. Among the gravestones, we came across two brothers from … Continue reading Together Forever
The United States Navy seems to think so. They have already patented the design. Check out the link below to learn more, readers! The Navy's Patent for a Compact Nuclear Fusion Reactor Is Wild. The designs seemingly stretch the limits of science. By Jennifer Leman Oct 10, 2019 A patent filed by the U.S. Navy last month claims … Continue reading Is a Compact Nuclear Fusion Reactor Coming Soon?
We have all heard about UFOs. But what about USOs? How many of us know about the strange phenomena below the Earth’s waves? The article from Popular Mechanics lists some of the bizarre things that have been seen in or near the world’s oceans. They range from the odd to the downright frightening. No one … Continue reading What Lies Below….?
I posted this article last year for Independence Day and, seeing no reason to elaborate on what was stated then, I have reposted it below. Enjoy, readers, and have fun celebrating our nation’s birthday! “Words fail to convey how deeply I love my country. From childhood I have loved the Stars and Stripes that snap … Continue reading America – My Beautiful, Inspirational Home
Admiral William H. McRaven gave this commencement speech at the University of Texas in 2014. Four years later, it is still worth hearing: University of Texas at Austin 2014 Commencement Address https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxBQLFLei70
This video shows a Nimitz-class United States aircraft carrier (I do not know which one) making an extremely tight turn. Whether you have a story focusing on the U.S. Navy in the works or you just like ships, you have to see this video! EXTREME RUDDER TEST! U.S. Nimitz-class aircraft carrier makes high-speed SUPER-TIGHT TURN! … Continue reading Watch this Aircraft Carrier Make a Tight Turn!
“Phantoms never die. They just get spookier.” That is a phrase on an actual T-shirt memorializing the F-4 Phantom, one of the United States’ best fighter planes. The X-wing of its time, learn more about one of my favorite military fighter jets, the “Spooky” F-4 Phantom, below: What Couldn’t the F-4 Phantom Do? A tribute … Continue reading A Spooky Plane – The F-4 Phantom