“The last thing Salim Khan saw in his brief life was a millisecond of a blinding flash of light and a loud bang as he detonated the four pounds of plastique in his backpack.” Fiction by Steve Jaeger.
We buried him in his blue jeans. A folded American flag and a leather cowboy hat rested on his chest. On his feet were snakeskin boots.
Breaking stereotypes in an era of terror.
Guillermo Filice Castro recalls his time serving in the Argentine army during the British invasion of the Falkland Islands in this poem of comradeship and connection between men.
A soldier’s brush with tragedy both abroad and at home.
How can we make sense of the attacks?
PTSD. War. Stigmas of men in media. What’s going on with our Mo Bros today?
Quentin Lucas found himself in the military, facing court martial, before he could begin to see what a ‘real man’ might be.
Valerie Complex, a fellow military veteran, dissects the best selling movie and shows how war affects everyone.
In the wake of a crash at a British Air Show, Glen Poole wonders about our human propensity to go to war, and the ways in which men have been creating evermore inventive ways both to kill people and save people’s lives.
Endless occupations, big government, the imperial theme, and teen soldiers—not easy topics for high schoolers. Teacher Jeremy McKeen shares his wish for his grown up students off at war. — “Go and teach Jeremy how to play with G.I. Joes,” I remember a relative saying to one of my older cousins when I was six. I had […]