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A HOME GROWN BOOK SIGNING-OLDE BLIND DOG IRISH PUB, CRABAPPLE

Authors: New York Times Best-Selling author, Karen Sconiers White “Spinning the Moon” Steve Beecham “What’s Your Buzz?” Ron Wallace “Leadership Lessons from a UPS Driver” Stan Beecham “Elite Minds” Matt Kunz “To God and My Country” Bob Meyers “Barns of Old Milton County” Morgan Janet Blanks Rodgers “Timing…The Key to Life” Lucinda AndPerry Johnson “The […]

They bombed Tokyo 74 years ago

They bombed Tokyo 74 years ago… They once were among the most universally admired and revered men in the United States … There were 80 of the Raiders in April 1942, when they carried out one of the most courageous and heart-stirring military operations in this nation’s history. The mere mention of their unit’s name, […]

Living the Ranger Creed: Nathan Rodeheaver

By Maj. Tony Mayne, September 7, 2016 75th Ranger Regiment veteran Sgt. 1st Class Ret. Nathan Rodeheaver participated in a joint partnership internship between the United States Special Operations Command Care Coalition and Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee this summer.  While at ORNL, Rodeheaver was mentored by Distinguished Inventor James Klett, Ph.D. […]

9/11: Never Forgotten

On September 11, 2001 I was in my senior year at Centennial High School and walked into my criminal justice class and sat down next to Ben Miller. The world as I knew it was about to change. I said hello and Ben didn’t even blink an eye or respond. He was staring at the […]

Living the Ranger Creed: Myles Grantham

Army.mil/article/ living_the_ranger_creed_myles_grantham A small unit leaders in the 75th Ranger Regiment spends the majority of their time coaching, training, and mentoring their younger Rangers to take their leadership position inside the organization. 3d Ranger Battalion veteran Myles Grantham is continuing to provide that same leadership to Rangers transitioning from the military. A former sniper team […]