In 1975, Jaws made a Great-White-sized splash in theaters across the country. One of the most infamous scenes took place during the boat outing where Hooper (Richard Dreyfuss), Brody (Roy Scheider) and Quint (Robert Shaw) set out to locate and finish off the homicidal shark once and for all. A record-breaking 69 million Americans saw […]
If there was ever a true badass to choose from our founding fathers and early presidents, it would certainly be Andrew Jackson. He was a man’s man, never willing to back down from a good fight, but also had a gentle side; he loved children and was said to be tender with women. Of course, […]
We are a nation founded by badasses. When our ancestors felt the Tea Act of 10 May, 1773, was unfair, the Sons of Liberty simply marched to the Boston Harbor and dumped an entire shipment of East India Company tea overboard. But the Boston Tea Party wasn’t our nation’s only rebellious moment, not by a […]
They are a brotherhood. Their bond is borne of blood, sweat, and tears, forged through combat, and solidified in pain. For the men of the US Navy SEALs, there is simply no explaining or understanding their ties unless you are one of them. And for the men of Operation Red Wings, 9 years ago, June, […]
On June 14, the US Army will be celebrating its 239th birthday. The date will be marked by a week of events and publicity, culminating in the Army Birthday Ball on June 21. That should be a memorable evening, and tickets are available to all ranks and their families. Many units and posts will be […]
So it’s May and most of us have been looking forward to this weekend! Memorial Day is a great time to have a long weekend – the weather’s looking up, summer is nearly here, and for a lot of people, it’s the perfect time to have a BBQ or head out for a day with […]
The Atlantic takes a trip back in time to their coverage of our 16th President. From the election to his death and into modern times, take a look back at what was published about Honest Abe.
In his famous “I Have a Dream” speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, Martin Luther King Jr. proclaimed, “We cannot walk alone. And as we walk, we must make the pledge that we shall always march ahead.” With respect for his dream, we remember him today. Watch the speech below.