April 2012

Jerry Coleman, Marine Combat Pilot, Fought In Two Wars, Played For The Yankees.

April 10, 2012

  He played for the Yankees and the Padres. He played in six World Series and won four of them. He batted a lifetime .263. He had 558 hits and 217 runs batted in. Coleman was an American League All-Star, and won the Most Valuable Player in the 1950 World Series, when the Yankees swept […]

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Ted Williams. Linguist. Red Sox Hero. Fighter Pilot.

April 9, 2012

Ted Williams.   August 30, 1918 – July 5, 2002   He hit 521 home runs. His batting average was .344. He has over 2600 hits. He got on base 48 percent of the time. He was an MVP 19 times and was inducted into the baseball Hall of Fame in 1966.   Oh yeah, […]

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Lt. Mike Wallace, USN, Dies At 93

April 8, 2012

    “Wallace enlisted the United States Navy in 1943, and served as a communications officer during World War II on the USS Anthedon, a submarine tender. He saw no combat, but travelled to Hawaii, Australia, and Subic Bay in the Philippines, then patrolling the South China Sea, the Philippine Sea and south of Japan. Discharged […]

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Pedro Sarmiento De Gamboa Saw A UFO In 1580

April 7, 2012

      In Viajes al Estrado de Magallenes, by Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa, this navigator notes that at 1:00 PM onFebruary 7th, 1580, he saw something he had never seen before.   “We saw a round thing appear, red like fire, like a shield, that rose up in the air or perhaps on the […]

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UFO In Aberdeen Scotland, 1822

April 6, 2012

  December 5th, 1822 Aberdeen, Scotland   “Soon after six o’clock a most extraordinary meteor was observe, almost due north from Aberdeen. When first seen, it had the appearance of a large ball of the moon’s diameter; but descending towards the horizon, it assumed the shape and appearance of a luminous fiery pillar; soon after […]

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The Mobula Concept Aircraft.

April 5, 2012

Chris Cooke, a design student at Coventry University designed this behemoth luxury aircraft that flies a bit like the Ekranoplan. Using ground effect, or the phenomenon where lift for aircraft increases dramatically and drag decreases when flying close to the ground. This called the Mobula and it is a design only, and a student’s rendition, […]

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The Interview.

April 4, 2012

  Katie Couric, while interviewing a Marine sniper, asked: “What do you feel … when you shoot an insurgent?” The Marine shrugged and replied, “A slight recoil.” Source: Militaryhumor.com Related Posts:Stay Tunes For Similar Posts

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Murphy’s Laws Of Combat.

April 3, 2012

1. You are not a superman. 2. If it’s stupid but works, it’s not stupid. 3. Don’t look conspicuous, it draws fire. 4. When in doubt, empty your magazine. 5. Never share a foxhole with anyone braver than you are. 6. Remember: Your weapon was made by the lowest bidder. 7. If your attack is […]

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UFO Witnessed In 1619, Lake Lucerne, Switzerland

April 2, 2012

    Christophorus Schere from Uri County witnessed a large bright light, cigar shaped and fiery in color flew along the lake. “As I was contemplating the serene sky by night, I saw a very bright dragon flying across from a cave in a great rock in mount Pilatus toward another cave, known as Flue, […]

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After Spending A Year on Patrol In Different Provinces In Afghanistan, Lt. Colonal Claims War Is Going Badly.

April 1, 2012

  By SCOTT SHANE WASHINGTON — On his second yearlong deployment to Afghanistan, Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis traveled 9,000 miles, patrolled with American troops in eight provinces and returned in October of last year with a fervent conviction that the war was going disastrously and that senior military leaders had not leveled with the […]

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