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One of Special Operations’ greatest contributions to the War against Terrorism was the perfection of the fast cycling targeting methodology to discover, to locate, and to defeat enemy targets. In the military, the targeting process are the steps taken to locate, to track, and to attack and destroy critical elements that are vital to the enemy’s […]
The spirit of Rosie the Riveter, the iconic World War II female worker, is part of the inspiration behind a new company created by two military wives. Jenny Felsen and Kate Marsh Lord, both married to Airmen, own The Rosie Project – a graphic t-shirt business with military-focused messaging. T hey used a combination of prior […]
One of the most prominent things that I remember while training as a young 2nd Lieutenant at Fort Benning, GA was the use of rehearsals. We did rehearsals for everything: Parachute Landing Falls (PLF) for Airborne training, gunnery drills for mortar training, and tens of different Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for patrolling while at Ranger […]
Mail call! The short phrase immediately garners excitement among those deployed away from the comforts of home. Chelsea Mandello, who has served in the Navy for five years, compared the feeling to that of how kids are on Christmas morning. The sailor knew how much she appreciated getting mail from loved ones so she came […]