In the Army Now!

When Ann and I left Chapel Hill in August 1952, the Korean War was just a bit over two years old.  Many people today tend to forget that it was a United Nations endorsed effort in support of South Korea, and many nations furnished troops to fend off North Korean and Chinese aggressors.  Of course, […]

Maggie’s Drawers

The following story is primarily for those of you who have some knowledge of guns and the military.  As background, let me explain that I was given a rifle at the age of twelve, and, despite my being very nearsighted and wearing eyeglasses, I learned to be quite proficient in its use.  When my high […]