The Short Happy Life of Military Identity

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.

The New American Royalty: Part Two

The second article in a three-piece series that showcases the inept hilarity of US diplomacy in the most volatile places on the map.

Join a Fight Club

Transitioning from the spartan, communal existence of deployment to the overabundance and relative social isolation of modern society may be the most challenging experience...

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...

Rock Bottom: Self-Retribution Through Self-Purification

So this is where you are. Rock bottom AF. I say YOU because you are the one who set my world on fire... while watching...

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 Silent Warrior Scholarship Fund

The Silent Warrior Scholarship Fund was started in 2010 by Reconnaissance Marines to honor the memory of their fallen brothers.  After returning home from Afghanistan a small group of men were presented with the idea of a scholarship to keep the memory of their brothers alive.

80’s Baby, GWOT Made Me

“We are the rose, that grew from the crack in the concrete.”

-Memphis May Fire

Why Fight? Some Analytic Philosophy & A Politically Incorrect Answer

A window into the warrior subculture, via a bit of formal philosophy

The SARC

“I think he’s just got a bloody nose, and he’s being weak. Throw him back in the pool.” Those were the first words I heard from a SARC when I was just a roper in BRC.

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