By Matthew T. Eng Not many veterans can say they are paid out their Navy pension in fish. It was a perfect Sunday to go to the Smithsonian National Zoo. After a wet and rainy Saturday this weekend, I was relieved that I would not disappoint my group of out-of-town friends who, among other things
AUTHOR AND FORMER ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE BING WEST TO DELIVER 2014 KRISTENSEN LECTURE Bing West will deliver the 2014 LCDR Erik S. Kristensen Lecture in the Great Hall of McDowell Hall on the campus of St. John’s College in Annapolis, MD on Wednesday, April 9th 2014 at 7:30pm. His lecture Lessons from a Decade
Murph: The Protector: The True Story Of Navy Seal Lt. Michael P. Murphy Video produced by Scott Mactavish, Mactavish Pictures New York, NY. (2013). Reviewed by Nathan Albright It is altogether fitting that Murph: The Protector should be seen in tandem with the big-budget film Lone Survivor. Murph is based on the book by Lt.
American Sniper: Memorial Edition By Chris Kyle, with Jim Defelice and Scott McEwen, William Morrow, New York, NY, (2013) Reviewed by Stephen Phillips The war on terrorism will be the source of many memoirs. All of them will undoubtedly provide valuable and important insight. Historians and military enthusiasts will always particularly enjoy books that are