“No Friends But The Mountains”: The Kurdish People’s Protection Units

Featured guest author Dr. Sevin Ibrahim, MD. For the past 3,000 years the Kurdish people have resided within the area of what are now four existing contemporary nations; Iraq, Syria, Turkey, and Iran. Both predating Islam, and vastly nonpareil culturally to Islam, the Kurdish people strongly seek global diplomatic recognition protection of, and regnant control of their ancestral […]

Lost Legion

Rome, the western half, both Republic and Empire existed between is founding 753 B.C.E until its long decay, decline, and eventual sacking led by East Germanic Military Prime Flavius Odoacer in AD 476. A bronze then later a golden Eagle, or Aquila was the dominant most prized possession and battle standard of the Roman Legion. […]

My Great Uncle Bill Hudson, Hero of Iwo Jima

My Great Uncle Bill Hudson enlisted in the United States Marine Corps at age 18 in August of 1943 and was given immediate orders following medical screening to report to the Marine Corps Recruit Training Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina. After completing boot camp, map making schooling, and demolition training at Ft. Pearce Florida, PFC […]