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Sir Blunder

Sir Blunder, Princess Otello, Sir One-Eye, Pee-Pee the Peeper, King Four-Four, Speedy Lightfingers, Father Opportunity, Johnny Ne’er-Do-Well, Old Dragon…these are the characters I grew up with, all fermented in the wonderfully inventive…
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Survivor

Leaning out of a HH-43B “Huskie” rescue helicopter, its intermeshing blades spinning inches above the tree tops, U.S. Airman First Class William A. Robinson swung a rescue cable toward the Air Force pilot nearly 100-feet below in the dense…
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A Life of Service

It’s a sunny, blue-sky day, one of those days when the air is clear and distant objects are easily visible. It’s a good day to reflect upon where you’ve been, where you are, and where you’re going. As I sit with former U.S. Army Captain Ron…
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Tilting at Waterfalls

There’s something about shooting a waterfall. Waterfalls are like sunsets or oceans or storms or the Milky Way—powerful, beautiful. They draw our attention and we pull out our cameras. Fortunately, we have a multitude of waterfalls…
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