God bless everyone. If you chose to serve our nation, thank you.
Everyone in the military is blessed with two families - the one at home and the one at work. This is a very special blessing. Members of each family tend to look alike - one family alike in their faces, the other alike in their dress. Members of both families share common beliefs and values - faith, loyalty, charity, duty, honor, country - there is no dividing line. Members of both families willingly sacrifice so that we may help others in their times of need. When the days are long or cold or wet or windy or hot or dusty or just plain crappy you can always know one family is waiting for you at home and the other family is ready to help you now.
Be all that you can be. Somebody, somewhere needs you.
Please remember Red ShirtFriday - and thank a vet. And tell the kids you see that the good guys will ALWAYS come.
I am proud to serve.
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Not all battles are external.
When the asymmetry in power is even more dramatic than the mismatch of these cartridges, it is probably wise for the smaller player avoid attacking or angering the larger player.
If you like to shoot or if you want to shoot, why not join the guys who do it for a living. The profession of arms is rewarding in ways that can only be fully understood by those who have served. And rest assured, hell on earth is clearly finding oneself downrange of the United States military.