Warriors on Family: My Band of Brothers

Dale A. Dye reflects on his family, forged through shared suffering and survival.

Family. Combat. Brothers. Race.

John M. Del Vecchio reminds us about family: It is deeper than blood and includes everyone regardless of race, creed, gender or politics.

How I Honor My Parents

How you honor your parents is one way to show love for your country.

The Many Faces of Family

Bill Singley considers the many ways we define family.

Warriors: On Family

Honor is reserved for what you give

She’s Not Gone

Nichole Landaverde reflects that death cannot separate us from those we love.

The Enigma of Peace

William P. Singley writes that for many of us, peace remains a vague reality.


Erik Sabiston writes how peace can be accompanied by many frightening sounds.

The Blessings of Peace

Gene Rackovitch reflects on the many blessings of peace.

Fighting for Peace

Tony Peluso writes about how peace comes with a cost.

What Peace Means to Me

Words and laughter are the most powerful weapons of peace.

Peace: Let it Reign

Tom Laemlein reflects how when mankind is at its best when things are at their worst.

On Peace

Dale A. Dye considers war and peace, and the many ways that peace sucks.

Anger not working? Try optimism

Why do people feel worse, when life is actually getting better?


In one sentence, or with a photo, how would you define “peace”?

Some Thoughts on Peace

What does Peace mean to you? Shaun Darragh describes what Peace means to a Peacekeeper.