Feeding The Troops

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Sep 242017
 

Note: This story is from the November-December 2004 issue of the Gypsy Journal. My father and uncles were part of the generation that liberated Europe from the Nazis and wrested control of the Pacific from the Japanese during World War II. When recalling their wartime experiences, I remember some of them talking about their troop […]

May 292017
 

Note: I have posted this Memorial Day blog before, and I don’t feel it can be repeated often enough. Today is not about cookouts, or car races, or getting out of town for a three day weekend at the lake or campground. It’s about more than that. Much, much more. It is a day to […]

Sep 162016
 

Note: This story appeared in a previous edition of the Gypsy Journal. In Oklahoma City we toured one of the best military museums we have ever seen, and learned about one of the most valiant military units in our nation’s history. The Militia of the Territory of Oklahoma, later called the National Guard, preceded the […]

May 262014
 

There is a debt we can never repay, as individuals or as a nation. A debt that continues to grow every minute of every day. It is the debt we all owe to our servicemen and women. There is a popular sentiment that has been floating around a long time that says: “A Veteran – […]