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Final Inspection

December 30, 2011


The author is unknown. This was sent to me by Bruce Huffman who has authored several of my posts. The soldier stood and faced God, Which must always come to pass. He hoped his shoes were shining, Just as brightly as his brass. Step forward now, soldier, How shall I deal with you? Have you […]

A Soldiers Letter Home

December 24, 2011


I am not sure but the Author of this letter may be Thomas Gordon. This letter is appropriate for any war. Remember women are now being injuries just as injured as men are. Dear Mom and Dad, The war is done, my task is through and Mom there’s something I must ask of you. I […]

William C. Kent Killed in Action August 27, 1944

December 22, 2011


This is a story of an Uncle that no one got to know. He was the son of Clifford and Lydia Kent. A brother to; Francis, Patricia, Charles T. (Tom) and Joan. When World War II (WWII) started, my young Uncle Billy (18 y/o) volunteered like so many other young people. William C. Kent became Private […]

Aviators Old and New

December 19, 2011


Modern day Aviators VS Old School Aviators This explains it all. Aviators come from a long line of a secret society, formed around one thousand years ago. Old School Phu Khen (pronounced Foo Ken) 1169-? is considered by some to be the most under-recognized military officer in history.  Many have never heard of his contributions to […]

1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment Commanders 1965-1971

December 15, 2011


1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry (1st Cavalry Division-Airmobile) Commanders: LTC John B. Stockton, September-December 1965 LTC Robert M. Shoemaker, December 1965-May 1966 LTC James C. Smith, May-November 1966 LTC A. T. Pumphrey, November 1966 April 1967 LTC. Robert H. Nevins, April-December 1967 LTC Richard W. Diller, December 1967-July 1968 LTC William C. Rousse, July 1968-January 1969; […]