Chris Hernandez

Chris Hernandez

Chris Hernandez is a 20-year police officer and former Marine, currently serving in the National Guard with over 25 years of military service. He is a combat veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan and also served 18 months as a United Nations police officer in Kosovo. He writes for BreachBangClear.com, Iron Mike magazine and has published two military fiction novels, Proof of Our Resolve and Line in the Valley, through Tactical16 Publishing.

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Flu jabs hope. File photo dated 05/10/09 of a person getting a flu jab, as the flu vaccine issued this winter only provides "low protection" against the main strain of the virus spreading around the UK, health experts have warned. Issue date: Thursday February 5, 2015. See PA story HEALTH Flu. Photo credit should read: David Cheskin/PA Wire URN:22148943
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What The Military Teaches About Bad Intel Applies To Anti-Vaxxers
When a military leader feeds us bad information, we call him on it. We should do the same thing with anti-vaxxers.
Senior drill instructor Staff Sgt. Salvador Moralessolis and drill instructor Sgt. Bryce E. Torrence explain to David W. Brown III, 20, from Barnesville, Minn., that it's not polite to look directly at them while attending the Recruiting Station Twin Cities mini boot camp May 6.
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The Case Against Being Too Sensitive In The Military, Or After
The term “trauma” is being used a lot lately to describe situations that are not actually traumatic.
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The New York Times’ Big Story On Chemical Weapons Doesn’t Change The Narrative On Iraq
Saving the world from Iraq’s chemical weapons? I didn’t buy it then, and despite the Times’ article, I don’t buy it now.
Cpl. Charlyston Schultz (third from left, front row), a personnel clerk with the Installation Personnel Administration Center, Headquarters and Support Battalion, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, stands just a few feet away from President Barack Obama (foreground), during a naturalization ceremony for U.S. service members at the White House, Washington D.C., recently.  Schultz, a native of Uberlandia, Brazil, came to the U.S. in 1998 and became a citizen through serving America in the Marines.
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Why The Military’s Plan To Accept Illegal Immigrants Is A Smart Idea
"Once someone has sworn loyalty to this country, and does his job like every other soldier, I don’t really care where he’s from. All I care about is whether or not he has my back."