To Some, It is Too Far in the Past to Remember, and For Others, It Seems Like Yesterday

Fifty years ago, a ceasefire was implemented in Vietnam this past week. This link gives a history of the Vietnam war. I entered the U. S. Navy in the summer of 1968. I said, “I do.” to the Navy … Continue reading

Perspective is Critical to Understanding Opinions and Attitudes

This week I read two articles on perspective. Kimberly Stefanski wrote one, and the other was a short video by Gary Vaynerchuk. I liked the format Kimberly used, and I am adopting a portion of it for my article today. … Continue reading

Around the World Flight in Twelve Days Minus a Few Clothes

Most of us have flown overseas. Most of my operational missions were at least a thousand miles from the nearest land in both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans in the military. Antisubmarine warfare requires us to be where the submarines … Continue reading

How Does a Newborn Baby Have Immunity to the Pandemic Virus?

A pregnant healthcare worker was vaccinated three weeks before she delivered her baby. Antibodies from the S-protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus ( were discovered in the baby’s cord blood. The Rest of the Story A healthy, full-term female baby … Continue reading

Minus Five Minute Ready Alert Launch

A more modern version of the ships we used to identify during the Vietnam War. It was 1972 and we were flying ten days out of Cubi Point, PI, ten days out of Cam Rahn Bay, Vietnam, and ten days … Continue reading