I got a letter from Delta. I made it to the top of Mozark. I am finished with this walk, and I don’t have an atom of energy left to entertain your bullshit!
Facing a deteriorating relationship with the company commander, I resolved to engage in a train-up regimen and requested to try out for Delta Force.
We had been given a most unusual mission to execute in Adak, Alaska, as part of a training exercise: mimic a Russian Spetsnaz unit and cause chaos.
The chute malfunction sent me into a spin so violent, it prevented my eyes from being able to focus on anything. Everything was a blurry smear.
Richard O. Sutton’s novel “Operation White Star” is so full of character, action, insights into SF history, and suspense, it’s an absolute delight.
With hardly a peep, the Army recently closed the book on the controversial Human Terrain System (HTS).
The Medal of Honor’s selection process should not be clouded by base concerns and expediency. This nation’s highest military honor should not be tarnished.
Every once in awhile, you see something that takes you straight back in time. When I ran across American Marauders Pineland collection, it took me right back to my first View More ›
I have been through a lot of training over the years. After a few beers, people sometimes ask about the toughest training I have ever seen. After you read this View More ›
Desperation. Anxiety. Rage. All emotions flowing through my mind and body at once. I could see the sun start to poke up through the thick cover above me. There was View More ›