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Let Freedom Ring

Let Freedom Ring

On Independence Day, we are grateful for those who risked or lost their lives for American Independence and the freedoms we enjoy today. A family visits the museum . . .聽 聽. . . and comes away with stories and lessons Christy Giusti and her son and three daughters,...
A Man for All Seasons

A Man for All Seasons

He led a remarkable life I finally met A Man for All Seasons. But unlike Sir Thomas More, he didn’t lose his head at the end of the play. Chris Whitmire, Transylvania native, US Air Force Academy Distinguished Graduate, USAF Colonel, state legislator, and now an...
A Friendly Meeting of WWII Enemies

A Friendly Meeting of WWII Enemies

Battle of the Bulge On December 17, 1944, the second day of the Battle of the Bulge, American P-47 pilot Ed Cottrell’s engine was shot up. In the same battle, German pilot Karl-Heinz Bosse’s Messerschmadt 109 was shot down. Cottrell steered to his base and...
Four-Legged Fighters: A Tribute to the K-9 Corps

Four-Legged Fighters: A Tribute to the K-9 Corps

鈥淏ow-wow, bow-wow, arf-arf, woof!鈥 That鈥檚 dog-speak for National K-9 爆料公社 Day, celebrated on March 13 and commemorating the service and sacrifices of American military dogs throughout history.聽 The United States had an unofficial canine force in World War I....
The Cold War in Retrospect Part I

The Cold War in Retrospect Part I

When I was in War College in 1991 at the conclusion of the Cold War, it was reported that a Russian general purportedly said, 鈥淵ou have lost the best enemy you ever had.鈥 Perhaps, looking back, the words were indeed prophetic. Art Cole The Cold War, Setting the Stage...