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Kyle Carpenter to Receive Medal of Honor
By Harold Hutchison

During the War on Terror, American servicemen have covered grenades with their own bodies to protect their comrades. Three of them, Army Private First Class Ross McGinnis, Master-At-Arms Second Class Michael A. Monsoor, and Marine Corporal Jason Dunham, who made the ultimate sacrifice, received the Medal of Honor posthumously. A fourth American serviceman, Marine Sergeant Rafael Peralta, controversially received the Navy Cross for covering a grenade in Iraq – with the possibility that he, too, could receive the Medal of Honor.


LaPierre blasts media, says ‘America is in trouble’

Growing numbers of Americans believe something has gone wrong in this country, they’re worried, and that’s why more people are buying firearms, according to Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president of the National Rifle Association, who spoke yesterday afternoon at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C.


Article by Dave Workman


Russian Troops Storm Ukrainian Base in Crimea
By Harold Hutchison

Members of a militia loyal to Russia stormed a Ukrainian military base near Sevastopol, where the Russian Black Sea Fleet is based. The assault comes as Putin mocked the West, at the same time threatening to turn off natural gas supplies to Europe.

Warthogs at Bagram

A-10s at Bagram Airfield. This includes taxiing, taking off, and landing. There is also a pilot, Lt Col Hoffman, stepping to his aircraft and prepping for take off. There is also maintainers performing maintenance on the A-10 including weapon loading and A-10 FAZE.


Order Non-ChiCom Fishing Vessels Out of South China Sea
By Harold Hutchison

While the world’s attention has been focused on the crisis in the Ukraine, the ChiComs have not been idle. Chinese Communist forces have been pushing out fishing vessels from other countries.

According to a report by TheDiplomat.com, the ChiComs began enforcing maritime regulations set forth in November out of Sansha city, a military base set up in the Paracel Islands. The ChiComs have been more aggressive in the South China Sea over recent years as the Unted States has made major defense cuts.

A generation of monsters?

Are we dealing with a generation of monsters?

With yesterday’s Seattle Times update on the Greenwood murder case for which 17-year-old Ballard High senior Byron Keith Alonzo White stands accused, there is a chilling allegation…White apparently told some friends that he was disappointed that the phone “was not as nice as he had hoped.”


Article by Dave Workman

7.62x39 shortage

With the ongoing situation in Ukraine, Vlad P has decided to halt exports of Russian-made small-arms ammunition to the USA.

Most domestic ammunition shortages associated fears over gun-control legislation had been alleviated over the past few months. But, now this new development is currently generating fresh shortages, mostly of 7.62x39.

AK owners who do not currently have an adequate supply of 7.62x39 will have great difficulty finding it now, as domestic production can't come close to keeping-up with demand!


Caliber: .380 ACP
Capacity: 6+1
Operation: Trigger cocking DAO; lock breech; "Browning - type" recoil lug; passive striker block; no magazine disconnect
Barrel: 2.53", Premium Lothar Walther Match Grade Barrel
Length O/A: 4.9"
Height: 3.9"
Slide Width: .75"
Weight: Pistol 9.97 ounces (w/o magazine)
Grips: Textured polymer
Sights: Drift adjustable, white bar-dot combat sights
Finish: Black polymer frame, matte stainless steel slide
Magazines: 2 - 6 rd, Stainless