Unsung Heroes

by Ronald Nash

Poem


Plains Vignettes

by William Shepherd

Prose


The Last Nam Vet

by Richard Wangard

Prose


Chance Meeting the Man Who Saved My Life

by David Cook

Prose


Four Buddies - Art - 2021

by Daniel Strange

Photograph


An Introduction to Last a Lifetime

by Shon Pernice

Prose


OKINAWA

By Larry Kendrick, Jr., Army

Writing Type: Poem

The big iron bird has come at last
To take me from the rock,
And as the island slips from view,
I quietly watch the clock,
Remembering all the good times
Along with all the bad.
Going “Stateside” should make me happy -
So why am I so sad?
The place where I’m going
Is the place where I call home.
But home is where the heart is,
And surely mine is gone.
So farewell to Okinawa,
May your splendor never die.
I pray that someday I shall return,
If not, my heart will cry.

Plains Vignettes

by William Shepherd

Prose


The Last Nam Vet

by Richard Wangard

Prose


A Tree

by Charles Fredette

Poem


Trump Was Acquitted

by Scott Sjostrand

Poem


A Warrior in Me

by David Marchant

Poem


True Heroes

by David Marchant

Poem