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.
The paradigm shift is occurring; the American veteran narrative is changing.
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.
A former member of a notorious PMC appraises a notorious government-run, military veteran benefit system.
While this topic usually leads to some caustic, light-hearted humor about military culture, there are a few underlining principles involved that are powerful as hell.
Sometimes you gotta fight for your right to hang out and talk about how you wish a motherfucker would...
"22 a day" has infested both social media and mainstream news. Time to look at this number.
Finally, a movie comes along that not only portrays security contractors in a positive light, but makes them the heroes of a harrowing and tragic event; one for which no one has been held accountable.
You're not a libtard tree-hugger for appreciating art.
Let's take a look at an issue without a bunch of ridiculous emotional and political blinders, shall we?