Category Archives: Leadership

Special Treat Today!

By | November 9, 2019

[November 9, 2019]  Today, for the first time, I have three (yep, a big 3) guest bloggers on my website.  I consider a special treat because these young folks are writing about “leadership” … something that I didn’t put pen to paper on until I was a Colonel. Here they are with links:  10 Valuable Tips for Introverted… Read More »

Do You Miss War?

By | November 8, 2019

[November 8, 2019]  Earlier this week, I was invited to a local High School in an open forum.  The idea was to give young students a chance to ask questions about military veterans.  I’ve done this before and given speeches on veteran issues.  To my surprise, a young teenager asked me a question that I’d never encountered; she… Read More »

The Polar Bear Expedition: Allies vs. Russia

By | November 3, 2019

[November 3, 2019]  British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once said that “History is written by the victors.”  He was talking about how future generations would view World War II and the bloodbath that constituted its essential elements.  Likewise, we rarely hear about the Polar Bear Expedition of Allied Forces that attacked Russia in the midst of their Revolution. … Read More »

They Buried Him with his Sword and More

By | November 1, 2019

[November 1, 2019]  A recent article in LiveScience tells us of a recently discovered Viking grave near Scotland’s Swordle Bay long ago.  In the 10th century, the Vikings dug an elaborate grave and buried a “warrior of high status” in a boat containing items representing the man’s stature.1  While archeologists remain focused on this warrior’s artifacts found, I… Read More »