Students of history know that adversity and dread can turn on a dime into freedom and change, and it's often the most humble and little-known individuals who are the drivers...
August 2012, The Pentagon. I had just reported for duty on what would become my last assignment in uniform. Gen. … Continued
It’s often said that if we don’t study our own history, we will be doomed to repeat it. This is … Continued
In early December, I had the humbling honor of being connected with a former Marine named Hershel “Woody” Williams, a … Continued
Flying machines have only been around for a little over 100 years, but the state of human aviation as a … Continued
Most people haven’t heard of an elderly Belgian-Congolese nurse named Augusta Chiwy. But students of history know that adversity and … Continued
The military-Hollywood marriage has generated some of the best entertainment since the dawn of motion pictures, and has inspired many … Continued
If you’ve spent any time in uniform or in the corporate world, the term “leadership” can be an enigma. It’s … Continued
As a kid, I spent a lot of time at the beach with my grandparents in Ocean City, New Jersey. … Continued
Since I left college in 1995 and entered the workforce, I’ve had a lot of stimulating conversations with my dad … Continued
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