Posted on 05FEB
When deployment ends, it can be heartbreaking for service members to leave their dog behind. Many foreign countries are not kind to stray animals, especially in war zones. Developing a relationship with a dog just to fly home and leave them in harm’s way winds up becoming another burden on a service member’s shoulders.
Posted on 11FEB
With the ease of Keurig and Verissimo, it’s easy to forget that manual brewing is a viable option for your morning cup (or two) of coffee. And while pour-overs and French pressed coffee are all the rage at expensive artisanal coffee shops these days, the craft of manually brewing a cup of coffee at home can seem even further out of reach. But it doesn’t have to be.
Posted on 19MAR
On March 19, 2003, the United States, along with allied forces, invaded Iraq in an effort that is now remembered as the launch of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Over the next several weeks, airfields were secured and Baghdad fell, ending Hussein’s 24-year rule. The invasion lasted until May 1, 2003, and marked the beginning of what has become a nearly two-decade conflict for the United States.
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