It’s time to put aside our differences and work together to get things done.
Why is there always a “woman to blame”—even on Mother’s Day?
But sometimes the hard things are also the necessary things.
Remembering the soldiers who returned too soon.
A grateful daughter reconciles with her memories of her dad’s military career.
Lessons, big and small, David Soto wishes he could impart on his younger self.
Lois Roma-Deeley shows how our parents can surprise us in this poem, which is a “war story” in every sense of the term.
March 25th is National Medal of Honor Day. Do you know the names of any of the soldiers, sailors, airmen, or others who have received the Medal of Honor?
Father Time presents: “Life & Times – Fathers and Their Views about Time” Featuring a real-life dad offering his take on time ◊♦◊ Johnny L. (California) Age: 53 Occupation: Navy Retired/Disabled Veteran/Navy Contractor – Systems Engineer Status: Married 22 years (1994-Present) with 2 daughters, ages 18 and 17 Wife is a Public School Librarian. FT: […]
We’re moving again, my son is excited, my family is excited as a whole, but I’m nervous. It’s my fault. — I joined the military in 2007. My first five years were spent as a National Guardsman. It was a good experience and it helped me stay the course to graduate college. In 2012, I […]
U.S. Army veteran Dwight Gray writes of fear and bravado on the shooting range.