'No, YOU Move': Marvel's Long History Of Tackling Current Events
On that day, Captain America Comics #1 was released, introducing the world to its newest superhero and leaving no doubt where he - and subsequently, they, a company of mostly Jewish men - stood on the issue of America refusing to enter the war. ... But ...
Fort Hood troops will aid Afghan military fighting to subdue Taliban
San Antonio Express-News (subscription)
Their participation with a dozen other soldiers in the classroom exercise, held on a recent weekday on base, illuminated how the U.S. military has shifted its emphasis in Afghanistan from fighting to talking. Maj. Chauncey Hodge was among the four ...
Exclusive: On the Front Lines Facing ISIS
The National Interest Online (blog)
There I met a Kurdish fighting man who was adamant in his contention that ISIS fighters were not as fearsome as the media makes them out to be—and how eager he was to fight them. I even met an American volunteer from Idaho at that forward position.
He Wasn't at Berkeley or in Vietnam, but Trump Is a True Product of the Boomer Generation
The baby boomers were made a generation by a war they did not fight; a war, in fact, they evaded fighting. Between the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, in August 1964, and March 1973, when the last troops exited Saigon, 27 million young American men came of ...