Last chance for Valour-IT:
Don’t forget these two books up for auction to help raise $$$:
Marines in the Garden of Eden Richard S. Lowry SIGNED
The Gulf War Chronicles by Richard S. Lowry SIGNED
USAF Thunderbirds Memorabilia Pack
Team AF sure crashed and burned. Time to start the FMEA.
General Atomics ready to launch
The company will build the electromagnetic catapults for the next class of US aircraft carriers.
Campaign to bring aircraft carrier to R.I. gets $6.5 million
Rhode Island would like to make the USS Saratoga a museum ship.
Home Made Spy Sub
“This submarine was built in Russia by Mikhail Puchkov and its first floating nearly ended in getting its owner into the prison.”
With Deadly Accuracy
More on Iraqi snipers.
NY troopers go from 9mm to .45 GAP
Airborne Combat Engineer notes the switch to heavier firepower. US troops, meanwhile, are stuck with the 9mm.
War vets urged to wear medals on V-Day
Military veterans display their medals and service ribbons all day once a year in Australia. It’s a tradition that Veterans Affairs Secretary Jim Nicholson would like to import to the U.S.
List of the 13 Internet enemies in 2006
You won’t be terribly surprised at who made the list.
VFA-213 ‘Blacklions’ Declared “Safe for Flight”
The Blacklions are one of the two F-14 Tomcat squadrons which made the last cruise on the Roosevelt.
Thoughts On The Election Results From A Soldier In Iraq
Heidi at Euphoric Reality says “Read it and weep.”
Pentagon Weighs Global Strike Options
Looking at alternatives to a conventionally-warheaded Trident missile.
USAF to purchase 20 Python 5 missiles – report
The first time we’ve ever bought foreign air-to-air missiles.
Maybe I should start dealing in arms…
Excalibur don’t come cheap.
Air Force seeks to strengthen satellite defense system
I’ve been wondering where, exactly, we currently are on this. Seems that it’s a bigger issue than ever.
Clue: It ain’t Cleveland.
Where’s Waldo II.
The bloody consequences of open borders
I’d like to say that the Dems are sure to drop the ball on the border security. But it’s too late. The GOP already did.
No more wars
World War I and World War II may be dropped from the British curriculum if the national exams board decides they won’t be on the test.
The 8th of November, 1965
…one of the toughest Airborne battles was fought in the jungles of Viet Nam.
Iran-Bound North Korean Ship Detained
Probably just carrying baby milk and walkers for elderly people.
The Future of the Iraq Strategy
A change in strategy may be in order, but how much of a change will it be?
More Duping of America: The Democrats & Media Quagmire Lie
Some interesting comparisons.
10 Sports Stars Who Served
Cool for Veteran’s Day.
Homeland security after the midterms
Rundown at Defense Tech.
Patrick Stewart Conducts the University of Michigan Band
And proclaims “Boldly go and beat the Buckeyes!“. Video and links.
Kenya ups border security on Somalia border
Anyone in the general vicinity of Somalia should be upping security these days.
Carnival of Homeschooling – Library Edition
Yet another good homeschool link round-up. (Wonder if homeschoolers will be dropping WW1 and WW2?)
Carnival of Cordite #79
My guess is that the gunbloggers won’t be dropping WW1 and WW2. Boom.
Democrats in the Internet Age
“On the way to work this morning it struck me that the Democrats haven’t yet had to govern in the Internet Age.”
New Wars has a MiLinks post of its own
Good stuff. You can never have too much zookery.
Don’t forget that Bill Roggio is once again Embedding in Iraq.
Finally, if you’ve got a post on your own site or a link that you think MO readers would like, leave it in the comments area of this post or send a trackback. The more zookery, the better.