Getting Drunk On The Past

Last month, my social media newsfeeds erupted in applause over our incursion into Syria. US Army Rangers charged forward in Strykers proudly displaying enormous...

The Pistol Circus

My War Journal into the PISTOL CIRCUS May 15: The SOF life the Hard Way: Saying goodbye to your issue...Saying good bye, maybe forever to...

Marine Photo Scandal; Truth Is Rarely PC

Recently America was made aware of a photo scandal involving the US military. At the height of it, explicit pictures of female service members...

The Tiger in the Lotus

The dead are only seen by the dying They all shut eyes together. Victors won they travel to the Halls of Vahalla. Carried by the...

Stay Savage

"Teach me to breathe, don’t let me think” -Every Time I Die In 1868, the United States and the Lakota Nation of the Sioux Tribe...

Dude, Where’s My Hero Worship?: An Open Letter to Bro-Vets

Can we stop applauding veterans every time they derail discussions about social problems by redirecting the narrative back to veteran issues? Yes, the VA...

The GWOT, My Father And Me

I sat cross-legged on the cold cement of the garage floor. Steel tools were in front of me, laying benignly, and scattered about. I...

Muhammad Ali: Heroes Get Remembered But Legends Never Die

Muhammad Ali is dead—but the internet, Oh our precious internet, is full of life. Countering the heart-felt remembrance for Ali has been some criticism coming from places very close to and inside the military community.

 

Vet Lag: The Winds Are Changing

The paradigm shift is occurring; the American veteran narrative is changing.

Career After Conflict: What’s Your Plan For The Future?

I learned a valuable lesson while sitting on the flight line in Jalalabad, Afghanistan waiting on a helicopter that never arrived: always have a clear extraction plan.

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