Tom allowed me to comment on his contributions to the 'interwebs' on the condition that it be anything but 'fawning;' more of a lessons learned. Sorry this is long, but some (interpreted) history is warranted.
Because I suspect that support for hazing is a lot more widespread in the military than people recognize, and I wanted to get a discussion of hazing on the table.
Finally we get a contest entry from a female vet! Here’s no. 13 in our contest about finding meaning in life after leaving the military.
Here is the second entry in our contest about finding meaningful work after the military.
On Sunday the NY Times ran one of my occasional surveys of new books on military history and national security issues.
I recently got a note from someone new to this here Long March. He liked it, and wanted to read more by me. So, he inquired, “How should I read your books?”