HITTER READING LIST
Unlike the beloved Commandant’s Reading List, we here at OAF Nation feel one’s reading level is determined more by grey matter and curiosity—not things like the officer/enlisted distinction… or for how many years you’ve sat in on sexual harassment briefs.
Therefore, introducing our brand new segment—OAF Hitter Reading List—good for officer, enlisted, and civilian alike.
It’s a bit of a stretch but being freshly educated in social theory I’ve tried to associate what was taught in class to some empirical ground truths I learned down range. [read more]
Review by Johnny “Grifter” Peddicord
For those people on the frontier, this was their reality. Starving to death or being killed by a neighbor was a very real, daily possibility. There wasn’t always a higher purpose to it, it just was. [read more]
For those looking for a read requiring some saddled devotion, this book holds more explanatory power for the “fate of human societies” than just about anything else out there…[read more]
So I recently moved to South Florida. Haven’t seen Lil Wayne or the Bang Bus yet, but there are the super models and the palm trees and the Lamborghinis… [read more]
There’s no other way to put it without being dishonest—I wanted to hate the book when I bought it. Maybe due to that old justifiable suspicion… [read more]
…an unorthodox but effective life coach not only for the transitioning soldier but also for the long-transitioned veteran. [read more]
A GWOT rollercoaster ride; from lunatic, barracks-room humor to the depths where monsters that plague a generation dwell, this puppy fills in a lot of gaps that needed to be. [read more]