In May 1969, Maj. Thomas Morgan, the artillery intelligence officer for the 101st Airborne Division, went over to a secret squirrel signals facility near Hue.
“It was run by a major who wore old-fashioned crossed sabers, cavalry brass. I immediately suspected he was not a bona fide Army officer because he asked me what I was doing there, then asked me what a battalion was.”
As it turned out, Morgan relates in the July issue of ARMY magazine, “He was a decent sort, probably CIA, and we got along.”
Why, oh why didn't you just kill Billy Russo when you had the chance, Frank?
That's the question I asked myself throughout the entirety of The Punisher's second season, which Task & Purpose had a chance to review ahead of the show's Jan. 18 release. Most of those 13 blood-soaked episodes would have been necessary if Jon Bernthal's titular character had just killed, instead of maimed, his one-time friend and brother in arms at the end of season one.
Fortunately for us, and less than fortunate for Frank and the villains he sets his sights on, this means we get another season of rip-roaring revenge. (Warning, there are mild spoilers ahead.)
The Senate passed a resolution honoring the life of Richard Overton on Thursday, in expression of a "deep appreciation for the outstanding and important service" that he gave to the United States.
The 112-year-old was the nation's oldest man and had been the oldest living World War II veteran since 2016. He died on Dec. 27 and was buried at the Texas State Cemetary on Saturday,
according to The Dallas Morning News.