Nov. 11—Ed Bowen recalls teaching art classes at Villa Park High School in Orange in 1967 when rumors began circulating the U.S. would draft citizens to fight in Vietnam. At 26, and ripe for the picking, he wasn ‘t too concerned.
Facing criticism that mandates for coronavirus vaccinations could force the Defense Department to fire thousands of civilians, contractors and troops, the Biden administration is signaling that vaccine resisters may get more time to comply.
A retired Army officer who is attempting to run for US Congress again is making some rather inflammatory statements on Twitter
As Lt. Col. Rob Sweet, the last serving Air Force POW, approached retirement on June 6, he recalled the moment during Operation Desert Storm when his A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft was shot down by enemy forces southwest of Basra, Iraq.
The US Supreme Court has decided to let Congress decide whether or not women should be eligible for the draft, a controversial issue that has long since muddied the waters of the women’s “equality” movement.
The US Navy’s Blue Angels nearly suffered a catastrophe when one of the aircraft was struck by a bird during an aerial demonstration practice session.