Just an Eyelash…

“In war, you win or lose, live or die (and the difference is just an eyelash).” General Douglas MacArthur (1880 to 1964) A US Army General who is widely known for his exploits during World War II, where he commanded the Southwest Pacific Theatre, as military administrator of post-war Japan during the Allied occupation that… Read More

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Peace, Suffer, for War…

“The soldier above all others prays for peace, for it is the soldier who must suffer and bear the deepest wounds and scar of war.” General Douglas MacArthur (1880 to 1964) A US Army General who is widely known for his exploits during World War II, where he commanded the Southwest Pacific Theatre, as military… Read More

Died Hard, but Loved…

“They died hard, those savage men – like wounded wolves at bay They were filthy, and they were lousy, and they stunk. And I loved them.” General Douglas MacArthur (1880 to 1964 A US Army General who is widely known for his exploits during World War II, where he commanded the Southwest Pacific Theatre, as… Read More

Religious Offering…

“The soldier, above all other men, is required to perform the highest act of religious offering – sacrifice. In battle and in the face of danger and death he discloses those divine attributes which his maker gave when he created in his own image. No physical courage and no brute instincts can take the place… Read More

Leadership is…

“Leadership is intangible and therefore no weapon ever designed can replace it.” General Bradley (1893 to 1981) Omar Nelson Bradley was a US Army officer who commanded the Twelfth Army Group, which helped ensure the Allied victory over Germany during World War II. He later served as first chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of… Read More

War vs Peace…

“To be prepared for war is the most effective means of preserving peace.” George Washington (1732 to 1799) General George Washington, also called Father of His Country, was an American general and commander in chief of the colonial armies in the American Revolution (1775-1783) and subsequently first president of the United States (1789-1797).

Jealousies of a Standing Army…

“The jealousies of a standing army, and the evils to be approached from one are remote, and in my judgement, situated and circumstanced as we are, not at all to be dreaded.” George Washington (1732 to 1799) General George Washington, also called Father of His Country, was an American general and commander in chief of… Read More