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Harry Tracey inspects security at recruiting office

Harry Tracey inspects security at recruiting office

| July 30, 2015 | 2 Comments

Chip sends us a link to Atlanta’s Fox5 News in which they report that this Harry Tracey fellow, who they claim is a 72-year-old Vietnam veteran, entered an Army recruiting office and started asking a recruiter there about his security training. The police report said Tracey showed a weapon under his waistband and asked a […]

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Marine Corps Gazette censors Lieutenant Colonel Germano

Marine Corps Gazette censors Lieutenant Colonel Germano

| July 30, 2015 | 5 Comments

I’m sure you remember earlier this month when we discussed Lieutenant Colonel Kate Germano when she lost command of the 4th Recruit Training Battalion on Parris Island, S.C. when she was accused of “toxic leadership” for telling the females in her command that they needed to exceed the standards that the USMC sets for females. […]

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Stolen Valor Act discussed in Maryland

Stolen Valor Act discussed in Maryland

| July 30, 2015 | 7 Comments

Maryland lawmakers are discussing a state solution to the problem of Stolen Valor, according to ABC2. State Sen. Bryan Simonaire, R-Anne Arundel, a member of the legislatures military veterans caucus said he is getting involved because he wanted to see the state get involved to target anyone found to be committing an act of stolen […]

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Donald Lemmond; sentenced in Canadian courts

Donald Lemmond; sentenced in Canadian courts

| July 30, 2015 | 22 Comments

Mike and AverageNCO send us a link from our Canadian cousins in regards to Donald Lemmond who we talked about early this year. Lemmond spoke at a Remembrance Day activity at a Local college, telling the audience that he had served in the US Army during the Vietnam War. He wore a vast spectrum of […]

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An IRS Scandal Update

An IRS Scandal Update

| July 30, 2015 | 12 Comments

Remember Lois Lerner? You know, that former IRS Executive who appears to have overseen the IRS’s politically-biased treatment of nonprofits – the one where conservative groups faced roadblocks while liberal ones got priority consideration? It’s been a while since TAH had an article about the IRS.  So here’s an update. I’m not going to rehash […]

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Thursday morning feel good stories

Thursday morning feel good stories

| July 30, 2015 | 6 Comments

In Rio Rancho, New Mexico, a burglar was shot by someone, but the police aren’t saying who shot him, or telling the deatils of the story, but we can revel in the moment, can’t we? In DeKalb County, Georgia, Joshua Hamadi was doing what he does – booting illegally-parked trucks – when a couple of […]

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A Day Late…

A Day Late…

| July 29, 2015 | 12 Comments

I rarely check in to FB, thus I missed this post yesterday on  the Lt General Hal Moore page.         I didn’t get there until January 1966 so Ia Drang was already history of a sort. From off-shore the battles were simply lights in the nighttime sky on occasion. That and listening […]

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It’s the Cover-Up That Gets Ya Every Time

It’s the Cover-Up That Gets Ya Every Time

| July 29, 2015 | 29 Comments

Even though the NFL plays football, this looks more like a slam dunk to me than anything else. You shouldn’t have prevented the other two guys involved from testifying, Tom.  You also shouldn’t have ordered your assistant to destroy your old phone immediately before your initial interview with investigators – particularly when you knew investigators […]

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