THE FILM “MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS” Had a good start with box office sales at $51 million the first month. AND in the combined sales including rentals, downloads, and international markets, the film remains in the top ten without losing its momentum.
REPORT FROM THE FIELD ON WHAT THE FRENCH ARMY THINKS OF AMERICAN SOLDIERS.
The Earth Battalion and its many websites have had the pleasure of helping influence the safety of the Amercan front line soldier for 20 years. You can see in this report why that is a worthy mission and also why its difficult to change a deeply American character of warrior service. This is a report from a serviceman
in the middle east. Thank you Ty.
From: Ty Simmons
After War, Finding Peace and Calm in a Garden
Richard Perry/The New York Times
By PETER APPLEBOME
Published: November 29, 2009
EAST ORANGE, N.J.
Times Topics: Peter Applebome
Reggie Mourning wears a Marine Corps sweatshirt and two 9-millimeter pistol rounds on a chain around his neck. There’s an M14 round hanging from his keychain. His tour of duty with a mortar unit in Vietnam was long in the past, but never really ended.
Military helps congress pass controversial Bill to correct our unconstitutional laws about money NESARA. NATIONAL ECONOMIC SECURITY AND REFORMATION ACT.
History Behind the National Economic Security And Reformation Act (NESARA)
I hope that this note finds it way to you. You may or may not remember me. It was 1981 or ’82 at Fort Lewis, WA. I was a young Captain assigned to the 9th Infantry Division OE shop & you were Lieutenant Colonel in full swing with the Test Bed. My OE partner – Paul Zerkow – and I assisted you on a couple of projects. Through the years, I’ve frequently chastised myself for not seeking you out. And I’m embarrassed to admit that it took the publicity surrounding the release of the movie to shame me into action. Please forgive me.
Unconventional officer flourishes in Afghan war
from Army Times - News
ALTIMUR, Afghanistan - You may wonder how Thomas Gukeisen made it to
lieutenant colonel, and by age 39 at that. He breaks Army rules and operates
by his own rendition of counterinsurgency warfare whose arsenal includes
Afghan poetry, chaos theory and the thoughts of a 17th-century English
Climate Change to Challenge US Military: Report
Saturday 08 August 2009
by: Agence France-Presse
Washington — Climate change will pose profound strategic challenges to the United States in coming decades, raising the prospect of military intervention to deal with the effects of violent storms, drought, mass migration and pandemics, The New York Times reported.
Citing military and intelligence analysts, the newspaper said climate-induced crises could topple governments, feed terrorist movements or destabilize entire regions.
Renaissance Man of the Twenty-First Century
By: Susanne Sims