We disembark the plane, and as soon as I hit the door. It is like walking into a windy furnace. I just put my head down and make my way to the bus that awaits us. We board the bus and head to Camp Buehring. We finally arrived at the camp, after what seems to be three hours of endless, bumpy roads. We got off the bus and made our way to the luggage located by our new home- 35-9.
Rest in peace, Soldier. Comic book creator Stan Lee has passed away at the age of 95. Lee served in the #USArmy Signal Corps during WWII from 1942-1945. We are deeply grateful for his service […]
Infantrymen have a pride and arrogance that most Americans don’t understand and don’t like. Even soldiers who aren’t infantrymen don’t understand. The pride doesn’t exist because we have a job that’s physically impressive. It certainly […]
Today, let us remember the honor, pride, and freedom brought to our country by paying respect to our Veterans. I am proud to have served my country and now living my life supporting veterans seeking […]
I am here to make sure you don’t embarrass yourself. Sidenote: Don’t be that person on memorial day saying happy Memorial Day. Inevitably, someone says something demonstrating confusion over the difference between Memorial Day and […]
The Borderline Bar & Grill shooting is a developing story and details will be updated. The places change, the numbers change, but the choice of weapon remains the same. In the United States, people who […]
GERMANY IN RUINS, 1945. U.S. infantrymen move down a street in Waldenburg, Germany, after a raid during World War II, April 1945.
Eugene Jacques Bullard (9 October 1894 – 12 October 1961) was one of the only two black military pilots in World War I and warded the Croix de Guerre and the Legion of Honor. Like […]