The Threat We Face

The Korean War continues; while there was a cease fire in 1953, there was never an official end to the war. Since then, endless years of negotiation between The US, North Korea, South Korea, China, Russia, and Japan has failed to achieve a “peace” between North Korea and her neighbors.

Or How Would You?

Jeffery Cook, husband of Jammie Renee Summers of Rockwall, son of William and Jacqueline Cartwright of Garland, and brother of Keith Cook of Fate, joined the US Navy thirteen years ago. Since then, while in the Navy, he has received his AS in Public Health at American Military University, will receive his BS in May of next year, and is scheduled to receive his MBA in Health Care Management in May of 2012.

Let's Sign Up Today

Staff Sergeant Garret Grimes, US Air Force, grew up in the small town of Mabank, Texas; immediately entered community college upon graduation from high school in 2000, and two years later said it was time to join the service and serve his country. Eight years later, in his job as a recruiting Non-Commissioned Officer, he is committed to helping other young men and women enter the Air Force.

How Our Soldiers Are Living In Afghanistan

I just received this report from a friend of mine. Because of security reasons, his name and personal information cannot be released, but he is currently with the 4th Infantry Division in Afghanistan. He gives a real, current look on how our Soldiers are living in Afghanistan as they fight the enemy.

From Iraq to Hati to Afghanistan

David Eaton, grandson of Elaine Eubanks of Rockwall, graduated from high school in 2002 and immediately enlisted in the US Army.

Together In A War Zone

You can imagine the uncertainty and fear that must go through the mind of a mother, a father, or a wife when their loved one is in the military and deployed to a war zone like Afghanistan. Christie Cawthon-Hayes, who lives in Chandlers Landing in Rockwall, has these fears doubled as BOTH her husband and daughter are now stationed in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

What Happened To Victory In War

Afghanistan continues to be a quagmire. Did you ever wonder why? Do you think it might be because we have never, ever heard as one of our objectives, the words “victory” or “win?”

Another Home Town Hero

James Dyke, son of Jeff and Sandra Rief of Quinlan, Texas, graduated from Royse City High School in June of 2006 and immediately left for US Marine Corps Boot Camp. Why? Because, as he said, “I wanted to be in the military since I was a little kid. I went to see the Army recruiter my junior year of high school however he wasn’t in his office but the Navy recruiter was.

So You Think Being In The Service Is Easy

Warrant Officer Jeremy Yoder, son of Glen Yoder of Peabody, Kansas, and Karen Millhorn of Rockwall, Texas, enlisted in the Kansas National Guard in 1991 while still in high school. As he said, “A couple of my friends started to talk to me about a “summer camp” that was set up like a military camp that we could go to in the summer.

It Really Wasn't A Siummer Camp

Warrant Officer Jeremy Yoder, son of Glen Yoder of Peabody, Kansas, and Karen Millhorn of Rockwall, Texas, enlisted in the Kansas National Guard in 1991 while still in high school. As he said, “A couple of my friends started to talk to me about a “summer camp” that was set up like a military camp that we could go to in the summer.

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