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Lifestyle
by Mike Sage
8 years ago
How the Media Hides the Truth About US Afghan Deaths

Can you believe what you read in the headlines? It depends on the media outlet, and whether they have a vested interest in deceiving you.

Lifestyle
by x3xsolxdierx3x
10 years ago
Beyond the Intrinsic Qualities of Military Inspired Catholic Jewelry

Adorning the necks of many Catholic Church members can be found an assortment of material expressions of their steadfast beliefs and faith. Embedded within such an intense generational symbology is a widespread tradition that reaches to the very core of Catholic religion. For centuries, Catholics,...

Entertainment
by x3xsolxdierx3x
10 years ago
How-to Wear a Beret

Eight years of dedicated United States' Military service have taught me how to properly wear all elements of the United States' Army uniform, as in particular, how to wear a beret. As a former non-commissioned officer (NCO), prior to accepting a commission as a Second Lieutenant Army officer, the...

Technology
by x3xsolxdierx3x
10 years ago
Insight into Wear and Upkeep of the US Army Advanced Combat Uniform

An entirely new generation of United States' Army uniform has recently emerged in order to meet the increasing tactical needs, and demands, that soldiers have encountered while engaged in a uniquely modern battlefield. The United States' collective experience in the combat theatres of Iraq and Afghanistan, since 9/11,...

Business & Money
by Jade_Blue
9 years ago
Job Description: Data Collector

If you are near a military base, there are never shortages of contract positions. Contract positions pay you a designated amount of money to work a job for a specified period of time. Contract positions offered with the United States government can mean working long hours without...

Entertainment
by Amerowolf
6 years ago
Good People the Gaming Industry is Hurting with Used Game Fees

With the unveiling of both the next generation Xbox One and Play Station 4 there is a lot of news going around. Of course, the positives about the consoles are answered with detailed diatribes, but all those negatives that are rumored are dodged, shifted and answered with vague and noncommittal answers. Both Microsoft and Sony are guilty of doing this. One of the biggest issues is the issue of used games. Will they be allowed? Will people have to pay a fee to play used games? This is an issue that could potentially ruin a lot of companies. However more people will suffer from this than I think Microsoft and Sony even realizes.

by Snikpooh
10 years ago
Mafia Wars Collectable Items

Finding the Goods

In the ever changing world of Mafia Wars on Facebook, there are now valuables dropped randomly throughout jobs. All Mafia members like to collect loot and this loot isn't your ordinary everyday loot, this is collectible art, fancy cigars and more. Any respectable Godfather or Godmother should have a collection or...

History
by Bohica
6 years ago
The Sultana Steamboat Tragedy - The Worst Maritime Disaster in U.S. History

The worst maritime disaster in US history started innocently enough. For many unremarkable years, the paddle-wheeler Sultana plied the Mississippi River from St Louis to New Orleans. Then, one night in April, 1865, heavily overloaded with passengers and cargo, the boilers on the unlucky paddle wheeler exploded. 

Lifestyle
by Jasonv
9 years ago
Airsoft Team Training - Squad Roles

You should assign a role to each member of your team. If your team has more than 5 members, then dividing everyone into squads of 5 or 6 men each is a good idea. Here are the roles:

Assault soldier (rifleman): The assault soldier forms the backbone of the squad....

Business & Money
by nextyear
7 years ago
Best Military Jobs For Women In The Armed Forces - Careers In The Military

Today you will find that looking for the best military jobs for women in the armed forces is not a hard task. In the past there was a lot of sexism in all types of jobs but women have proven themselves to be equal if not better than men in many job roles. This applies to the military as well, because you will see females in all roles from front line soldier to tank commander.

Lifestyle
by rspears01
8 years ago
Women in Combat: The Perspective of This Liberal Woman

Women in Combat The Women's Rights Movement marks July 13, 1848 as its beginning. Since then, women have fought long and hard to be both viewed and treated as equal to that of their male peers in all walks of life.

Entertainment
by egdcltd
5 years ago
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Plugin Walkthrough - Knights of the Nine Revelation: The Song of Pelinal and The Covenant

Walkthroughs for the quests The Song of Pelinal and The Covenant from the Oblivion plugin Knights of the Nine Revelation

History
by ZiggyD
7 years ago
Never Broken in Battle: The History of the Ghurka Kukri

he Kukri (or Khukri, pronounced "koo-ke-ree") is a curved knife indigenious to Nepal and India where it is used as both a tool and a weapon. The Kukri has gained recognition in the outside world for it's use by Ghurka mercenaries in World War 1 and 2 and, more recently, for it's use by Bishnu Shrestha, a Ghurka soldier who defended himself and other train passengers from 40 armed bandits whilst only armed with a Kukri himself. The history of the Ghurka Kukri is about as tough as Bishnu.

History
by Amerowolf
6 years ago
Hiroo Onoda - The Man Who Fought World War II for 29 Years

This is a story about loyalty, dedication and perseverance-the story of Hiroo Onoda. When he was a young man, he enlisted in the Japanese army to fight World War II. He ended up fighting World War II for 29 years long after it end, purely because he did not know it was over. His faith was so strong that the Japanese could not lose, that he refused to surrender no matter how many times they begged.

Entertainment
by egdcltd
3 years ago
Movie Review: The Girl with All the Gifts

A very special girl may hold the key to the survival of the human race. Or what's left of it anyway.

History
by HLesley
3 years ago
Remembering Sacrifice: Wilfred Owen and the Poetry of World War One

Remembrance Day originated in the outpouring of grief at the end of World War I, the "war to end all wars". That grief is also reflected in the work of the World War One poets, the greatest of which is Wilfred Owen.

Travel & Places
by Athena
7 years ago
History
by ologsinquito
6 years ago
The Sack of Rome and How Our Lady of Capocroce Saved a Town

The town of Frascati was spared from destruction in 1527 when a miraculous painting "spoke" and ordered the invaders away.

History
by theaieldragon
7 years ago
5 Interesting Arlington National Cemetery Facts

During Memorial Day, we remember the fallen. What better way to help us do that than explore information about the Arlington National Cemetery. This article explores some famous people buried there and talks about the famous "changing of the guard"

Lifestyle
by x3xsolxdierx3x
9 years ago
Army Ranks Explained

Even though the United States' Army uniform has undergone many changes over the years, ranging from the BDU to the now velcro-loop fastener laden ACUPAT dress uniform, specific Army ranks have done little changing themselves in the last few decades. Where Army rank insignia was once either pinned...

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