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SPECIAL OPS LIFE LESSONS
By Elise Cooper MilitaryPress
n a recently published book, â€œThe Ranger Way,â€? Kris â€œTantoâ€? Paronto provides readers with extensive insight into what was going through his mind as he fought for his life and the lives of those around him on Sept. 11, 2012, in Benghazi, Libya, and also breaks down those experiences into the lessons learned. Krisâ€™ resume is very impressive. A former Army Ranger from 2nd Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment and a private security contractor, he has been deployed throughout South America, Central America, the Middle East and North Africa. Many might know him as a member of the CIA Annex Security Team that responded to the terrorist attack in Benghazi. Previously he worked with the U.S. governmentâ€™s Global Response Staff, the U.S. State Department High Threat Protection Program and the Blackwater Security Consulting firm in high-threat environments around the world. The book describes an important tool to thrive â€” take responsibility. This mentality should be relatable for any person, except if your name is Hillary Clinton. Kris describes her as â€œarrogant.â€? â€œI want to be a thorn in her side,â€? he said. â€œShe sees herself as above the law. Yet, she leaked classified information, used open servers and left people to die in Benghazi. She can rationalize away anything, and puts herself before anyone else. I believe 90 percent of the national security people truly believe she would have made a terrible president.â€? Kris also blames the national media. A quote from the book emphasizes how they spun the facts to favor the Obama administration, â€œIf you want to take CNNâ€™s
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word over a Marineâ€™s, go right ahead. Iâ€™ll take the Marineâ€™s word 100 percent of the time.â€? This was in response to a question asked about the stand down order given by â€œBob,â€? the CIA chief in Benghazi. Another life lesson, do not be afraid to ask a question. Kris believes good leaders â€œwould be happy with questions.â€? â€œâ€˜Bobâ€™ should have realized he was out of his element and asked questions of us, the experts,â€? he said. â€œHe pretended he knew what he was doing and it cost lives. I truly believe if we were sent out almost initially those at the compound would still be alive, instead of telling us we could not leave.â€? He realizes he is fighting a new battle. An important principle: Have a battle strategy that strives to reach a goal by defining the missionâ€™s importance. â€œWe have a new combat area where we must speak out against politicians, TV and news media personalities. Those of us in Benghazi were part of the Special Ops community and needed to be creative thinkers,â€? he said. â€œWe went through a process of anger, where we watched everything spin out of control, to realizing we must develop a strategy to fix and counter the false narrative. We are done just sitting on the sidelines. Military personnel have integrity, honor, and are patriotic. Maybe the national security agencies should recruit from the military because our love for country is stronger than our political views.â€? In reading this book, Americans learn that Kris is definitely not a politically correct kind of guy. He persevered through the Benghazi tragedy and wants others to learn how they can succeed through life. Having integrity, courage and faith in God has allowed him to overcome lifeâ€™s hardships, and he hopes his own life lessons can be helpful to others.
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OPTIMUS IS PAST HIS PRIME IN â€˜LAST KNIGHTâ€™ Yawn: Transformers story is old and tired By Jeri Jacquin MilitaryPress
omeone, please, tell Michael Bay to stop. As if four iterations of the same â€œTransformersâ€? movie werenâ€™t enough, the director is back with a fifth installment, â€œTransformers: The Last Knight.â€? Optimus Prime (Peter Cullen) is still floating about somewhere in space while Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) is rescuing Transformers where he finds them. While roaming about, he comes across an ancient Transformer who entrusts him with a medallion. It comes alive and wonâ€™t let go of Yeager. It is a relic from the time of King Arthur (Liam Garrigan) and Merlin (Stanley Tucci). The Autobots were part of the round table helping the humans as they were needed. The medallion needs to seek out a knight that will help find the staff of immense power and keep it out of the hands of evil. While trying to save the Transformer he meets Izabella (Isabela Moner), a young
Michael Bayâ€™s latest film, â€œTransformers: The Last Knight,â€? is the same story as the first four â€œTransformersâ€? movies... and itâ€™s getting old.
girl without a family who has a knack for fixing Autobots. They all end up back at Yeagerâ€™s home station where Jimmy (Jerrod Carmichael), Bumblebee (Erik Aadahl), Drift (Ken Watanabe), Hound (John Goodman) and Daytrader (Steve Buscemi) hide from the government agency TRF. When they are discovered, Sir Edmund Burton (Anthony Hopkins) sends his â€œbut-
lerâ€? Cogman (Jim Carter) to take Yeager to England. Along with Vivian Wembley (Laura Haddock), Burton explains the history of the medallion Yeager has and how Vivian is the only one that can handle the staff of power. Which is more important now that a nasty wench named Quintessa (Gemma Chan) wants to return Cybertron to its former glory â€” but not in a good way. When Optimus Prime arrives to discover things are chaotic, he becomes part of Quintessa and Megatronâ€™s (Frank Welker) plan to retrieve the staff and take over Earth. Yeager, Burton, Wembley, Cogman and Col. Lennox (Josh Duhmel) push themselves to save the planet once again. Because the Decepticons arenâ€™t going to get it without a fight! Wahlberg as Yeager is, once again, running around without a story. His relationship with Bumblebee is an awesome one and there are humorous moments with the other Autobots. The thing isâ€Ś I donâ€™t really care about this character because itâ€™s the same metal clanging, different day, but not really. There are quips back and forth with Hopkins, Cogman and Vivian that
are chuckle worthy, but not enough to sustain the story. Hopkins as Burton is a curious character, and I do love me some Anthony Hopkins, but really? Your giving one of our greatest actors a story to tell that involves King Arthur and the Autobots? I think I laughed more at that garbage because it was only a few weeks ago that I sat in the same theater watching Guy Richieâ€™s version of â€œKing Arthur.â€? Duhamel as Lennox is a character that is all muddled from beginning to end. I wasnâ€™t sure what side he was on, but then again, does it really matter? He shows up guns blazing, hoping it all works out for the best. Moner as Izabella is, and Iâ€™m going to get crap for saying this, but a totally unnecessary character. Really? Youâ€™re going to throw this kid into a war zone and she gets out without a scratch? Suspension of disbeliefâ€Ś poofâ€Ś gone. Haddock as Wembley is clearly a Megan Fox look alike, and thatâ€™s sad because it isnâ€™t that her role is bad, just whatever. Cool to be related to a historic figure, but OPTIMUS, continued on Page 10
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ADDAEâ€™S RETURN SOLIDIFIES SAFETY POSITION CHARGERS REPORT
by Art Garcia Jr.
ahleel Addae has come a long way since he made his way onto the Chargers roster as an undrafted free agent out of Central Michigan in 2013. After making a name for himself on special teams, Addae quickly established himself as the hard-hitting strong safety the secondary has been lacking since Rodney Harrison. Despite missing more than half of last season with a broken collarbone, General Manager Tom Telesco inked Addae to a four-year, $22 million contract ($8 million guaranteed) in March prior to the NFL Draft. MP Reporter Art Garcia Jr. caught up with Addae to ask him few question following the teamâ€™s last practice in San Diego. Art Garcia Jr.: The franchise really upgraded the secondary over the off season, how are things looking out there so far? Jahleel Addae: Good man. Itâ€™s been a good off season for us and itâ€™s a great start to the new year. We have a lot of competing going on â€” a lot of communication and work getting done â€” a lot of new stuff where we have really gelled since the last time we were on the field. AG: Aside from the team, you had a pretty good off season yourself. Were you surprised the team offered you that big money contract? JA: I wouldnâ€™t say I was surprisedâ€Ś itâ€™s always what I thought about myself, I just had to prove it to those who didnâ€™t believe in me or what not. I mean, itâ€™s a blessing but it doesnâ€™t stop there, thatâ€™s just more motivation (to prove myself ). AG: Having signed that contract, did
Chargers safety Jahleel Addae signed a 4-year, $22 million contract after missing more than half of last season with a broken collarbone.
you train any different over the off season, or did you stick to the same regimen that got you this far in your professional career? JA: No, Iâ€™ve stayed with my guy down in Tampa, Fla., where I do a lot of beach work â€” the beach work takes a lot of pounding off my legs. So Iâ€™m going back out there this week to start the program again over the next six weeks. AG: With this being the last practice in San Diego, what is your thoughts about moving to Los Angeles? JA: Itâ€™s an opportunity. Iâ€™m thankful for San Diego for the past five years Iâ€™ve been here. They were the first organization to take me in and give me the opportunity to become the player I am today. So weâ€™re excited for L.A, excited for our families and weâ€™re excited to make our presence up there.
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a Charger? JA: It was awesome. I love this organization â€” Tom (Telesco), Mr. Spanos (Dean) and the coaching staff for believing in me. Iâ€™ll be here for another four years to do my part to help this organization and program take off. AG: Do you want to say anything to the Chargersâ€™ fans out there who have supported this team for the past 56 years? JA: Thank you San Diego. We love you guys for all your support. You know, this is all Iâ€™ve known my whole career in the NFL and itâ€™s sad to leave, but itâ€™s what is next in our chapter. We appreciate you guys, we still want you to come up about two hours north to support us like you have over the past so many decades in this beautiful city of San Diego. The Endzone: In a recent article, Pro Football Focus (PFF) posted its 2017 Season Record Predictions. Among the 10 teams listed to make a significant improvement, PFF ranked the Chargers number four. â€œLos Angeles Chargers (10-6). Maybe the biggest surprise on this list would be the Chargers doubling their 2016 win total. On offense, they welcome back Keenan Allen, who missed most of last year due to injury. He has a 72 percent catch rate since 2013 when he joined the league, which is the best for a wide receiver who doesnâ€™t primarily play in the slot. â€œMike Williams was also added to the offense as well as a reworked offensive line. On defense, they get back one of the best cornerbacks when healthy Jason Verrett. Since joining the league in 2014, he has only missed two tackles in coverage, leading him to have the best pass-tackling efficiency. â€œWith other starts on defense who are either ascending or in their prime like Joey Bosa, Melvin Ingram, and Casey Hayward, this Chargers team has far too much talent to have another losing record.â€? XXXNJMJUBSZQSFTTDPNtOFXT!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN
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Navy relaxes uniform rules for women WASHINGTON â€” Women serving in the Navy can now wear their hair in a bun through the opening of Navy ball caps, thanks to a question posed by a San Diego sailor in June. The Navy announced the change and several other uniform changes that are effective immediately. Officially authorized in the message is the decision by Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson to permit women to wear a hair bun through the rear opening of a command or Navy ball cap. The change was prompted by a question from a San Diego Sailor June 6. â€œEffective immediately you can now wear your cap with the bun through the hole in the back above the strap,â€? Richardson said in a Facebook video to the Fleet announcing the change June 8. â€œI think this will be more comfortable and will look a lot better. Thanks to the Lt. j.g. out there for making that known to me. We promised to fix it and now itâ€™s fixed.â€? The other grooming standard change for women announced in this NAVADMIN authorizes the wear of white pearl or white synthetic pearl earrings with Dress Uniforms and round cut white diamonds or white synthetic diamonds with Dinner Dress Blue and White Jacket uniforms. Earrings must be 4 millimeter â€“ 6 millimeter (approximately 1/8 inch â€“ 1/4 inch) in size. Additionally, pregnant Sailors now can purchase the NWU Type III maternity uniform if the Type I version is not available. This change is in response to the reduction in the production of the Type I uniform. For complete information on the updates to uniform policy, see NAVADMIN 146/17 at www.npc.navy.mil.
Discounted, free summer activities for military families Thereâ€™s always a lot to do in the summer. Thatâ€™s especially true for military families, who can often find discounts and free admission to all sorts of entertainment thanks to the sacrifices they make to keep us safe. Here are some of the special deals you can find this year: Blue Star Museums: Nearly 2,000 museums and centers across the country offer free admission every summer to activeduty service members and their families, including National Guard and the reserves Through Labor Day, you can check out the latest art, technology or cool wild animals at many science, music, nature and childrenâ€™s museums. More than 20 local museums participate. For a complete list, go to www.arts. gov/national/blue-star-museums. Summer Reading Program: Research shows that students who join summer reading programs do better on reading achievement tests the next school year than the students who donâ€™t. Thatâ€™s why DoD-MWR libraries want to make sure kids get the resources and experiences they need to retain the knowledge theyâ€™ve learned at school during the summer gap. The annual summer reading program is called â€œReading by Designâ€? this year, and it includes various activities, crafts, reading lists, incentives and more for children, teens and adults. Taking a road trip? Learn some new games to play in the car! Military One Source has lots of options for you to check out. Compete with each other on scavenger hunts, look for license plates from all 50 states, hold state trivia contests or play some backseat bingo. Even classic car games like â€œI Spyâ€? and â€œ20 Questionsâ€? will keep your kids entertained for hours. Find the list at https://goo.gl/xiT2NC. Installation Youth Centers: If you live on or near your military installation, youâ€™re probably aware that they have tons of youth programs available to kids and teens throughout the summer. To find out whatâ€™s available at your installation, go to https://goo.gl/DYgYNW, then pick â€œYouth Programs/Centersâ€? out
Sgt. 1st Class Travis Griffith, with the Army Evaluation Center, smiles as campers at Operation Purple Camp at Elk Neck State Park in North East, Md. practice their camouflage painting skills.
of the drop-down box where it says â€œLooking for specific program or service?â€? You can pick your installation or add in your zip code, and itâ€™ll pull up all the relevant information for youth centers in your area. You can also search for open swimming pools at your local installation. Operation Purple Camps: There are several Operation Purple camps that military children can attend. The National Military Family Association runs several of these camps each year, which give military kids a free week of camp so they can connect with other kids like them, as well as learn how to adapt and overcome stressors that are unique to military life. The program, which began in 2004,
has served nearly 60,000 children in that time. Operation Purpleâ€™s website provides an area where you can see what camps are available for your children. Other military child-supporting camps like Operation We Are Here (www.operationwearehere.com) might be available in your area. Then there are usually summer programs offered by your local military installation, as well as National Guard youth programs. You can also check out regular childrenâ€™s camps near you, as some of them provide military kids with discounted rates or special programs. No matter what you choose to do with your kids this summer, make sure to have a lot of laughs and make lots of memories!
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incompatible with Catholicism. t A police squad, acting under orders from Governor of Puerto Rico Blanton Winship, opens fire March 21 on demonstrators protesting the arrest of Puerto Rican Nationalist Party leader Pedro Albizu Campos, killing 17 people and injuring over 200. t Frank Whittle ground-tests the worldâ€™s first jet engine designed to power an aircraft April 12, at Rugby, England. t In Germany Volkswagen Group is founded, to build a â€œpeopleâ€™s carâ€? May 28. t Amelia Earhart and navigator Fred
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Noonan disappear July 2 after taking off from New Guinea during Earhartâ€™s attempt to become the first woman to fly around the world. t The Soviet Union commences one of the largest campaigns of the Great Purge, to â€œeliminate anti-Soviet elementsâ€? Aug. 5. Within the following year, at least 724,000 people are killed. t The Great Hong Kong Typhoon kills an estimated 11,000 people Sept. 2.
t Howard Hughes sets a new record by flying from Los Angeles to New York City on Jan. 19 in 7 hours, 28 minutes and 25 seconds. t The first issue of the comic book Detective Comics is published March 1. Twenty-
seven issues later, Detective Comics introduces Batman. The comic goes on to become the longest continually published comic magazine in American history. t The New London School in New London, Tex. suffers a catastrophic natural gas explosion March 18, killing 295 students and teachers. t The animated short â€œPorkyâ€™s Duck Huntâ€? featuring the debut of Daffy Duck, is released April 17. t The German airship Hindenburg bursts into flame May 6 when mooring to a mast in Lakehurst, New Jersey. t The Golden Gate Bridge opens to pedestrian traffic May 27. The next day, President Roosevelt pushes a button in Washington, D.C., signaling the start of vehicle traffic over the bridge. t A guard first stands post at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Washington, D.C. on July 2; continuous guard has been maintained there ever since. t Hormel introduces the canned precooked meat product Spam on July 5. t The Senate votes down President Rooseveltâ€™s proposal to add more justices to the Supreme Court on July 22. t Ernest
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HANGING UP THE SKATES High school senior swaps hockey for Marines By Sgt. William Hester 12th Marine Corps District
ARLSBAD â€” Many high School athletes strive to be good enough to make it to the next level. A small fraction of them earn collegiate scholarships, let alone make it to a professional league in their respective sport. Jagger Denys paved his way for multiple opportunities to continue playing the sport he loves after high school. However, along the way he discovered another opportunity that swallowed his interest in his first love, hockey. â€œI remember waking up at five oâ€™clock in the morning when I was 13 to go to practice,â€? Denys said, a senior at Carlsbad High School. â€œThen, I would have a workout or another practice in the evening.â€? Denysâ€™ drive from an early age lead to a strong work ethic that developed his skills enough for the opportunity to play for a junior team in Los Angeles, the Jr. Kingâ€™s 16U AAA team. The Jr. Kings compete within the Tier I Elite Hockey League, which he participated in his junior year of high school. â€œAfter high school, you go play for a junior team to develop for college, unlike most sports,â€? said Denys, referring to the
Jr. Kings. â€œI moved to L.A. for my junior year instead of commuting (from Carlsbad). It was different living by myself, and L.A. is hectic as it is, but it definitely helped me grow up.â€? He lived in L.A. for several months at sixteen years old, juggling his school work, hockey and other responsibilities that came with living away from his family. Jagger was invited to move to Canada to play in the Western Hockey League, a prestigious junior level hockey league that often feeds into National Hockey League organizations in the U.S. and Canada. He also received an invitation to play in Russia for the Minor Hockey League, which often sends players to the Kontinental Hockey League, considered to be the premier professional hockey league in Europe and Asia, but after researching his options in the military, he was ready to hang up his skates. â€œThey would have paid me pretty good,â€? Denys said. â€œBut hockey took a backseat after I got (the scholarship) process started.â€? Denys is one of seven students in San Diego who will receive a Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps scholarship worth $180,000 for being an exceptional student, athlete and citizen. â€œI applied with no expectation and was very excited when I found out I won,â€? he said.
Jagger Denys grew up playing hockey most of his life, but decided to take the opportunity to attend the University of San Diego in the fall to pursue a career as an officer in the Marine Corps. He received a Naval Reserve Officerâ€™s Training Corps scholarship for $180,000 for being an exceptional student, athlete and citizen.
Jagger wants to stay close to home, and is going to attend University of San Diego in the Fall. Upon graduating college and finishing the Officer Candidate School, he will be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps. â€œI love what the (NROTC) program entailed,â€? Jagger said. â€œHockey was always a path to college, and I wonâ€™t say Iâ€™m not go-
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