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ow playing is a film that will leave audiences spellbound. For the first time, a story is being told about the U.S. Navy SEALs but instead of actors, real SEALs will take the lead. The film tells the story of kidnapped CIA agent Morales (Rosyln Sanchez) who had been looking into a terrorist plot aimed at the U.S. First the SEALs must rescue the CIA agent before going global to find Shabal (Jason Cottle), the terrorist who could wound thousands of Americans. There is only one man who can tell the platoon where to find Shabal and that is Christo (Alex Veadov). The global reach begins as the men of Bandito Platoon balance their families with doing what is needed to keep everyone safe.

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“Act of Valor” is a film that shows the technology used by the teams, along with action, adventure and intensity. The film allows audiences to see the skills that come with being a member of a SEAL team. The script, written by Kurt Johnstad who also wrote the script for the film “300,” was done so to reflect the true training, planning and operations conducted by SEALs. These men are considered the elite who are ready for land, sea and air mission as a mobile team. Directors Scott Waugh and Mike “Mouse” McCoy spent months getting to know this community of elite here in San Diego which is the site of the U.S. Naval Special Warfare Command. Director Waugh admits to having preconceived notions about these men

but those notions were quickly turned around. Through their contact with the men and their families, the codirectors learned of the sacrifice and deep emotion that runs through these family men. Because of this connection, these co-directors were able to put together a diverse and complete team that truly reflects the SEALs. Having the SEALs be the advisors came to be an invaluable source for making “Act of Valor.” Director Mike “Mouse” McCoy says they men were often given free reign to keep the film real and authentic. Given dialogue, the men were able to tell the writer and directors what would work and what would not. To keep the film as realistic as possible, the directors used twelve cameras at a time working in-

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dependently to get the shot from every angle. “Act of Valor” was also the first time a U.S. SSGN submarine was made available for a film shooting. To catch the shot, the filmmakers were told when and where a submarine would be and if the camera was not there, the would lose a very valuable piece of the film. The best draw on how the film came together and the commitment from both director and actors, I had the opportunity to sit with the directing team of Scott Waugh and Mike “Mouse” McCoy to ask them about their vision, their work with the SEAL team members and from the team members themselves: Lt. Commander Rourke, Captain Duncan Smith, SOl Ajay, and SO1 Ray.

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I don’t think Hollywood has ever gotten the SEAL ethos or SEAL persona right.

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SEALs deploy on a C130.

was truly compelling. They were the most confident, intellectual, obviously physically fit but also emotionally these guys range across being great warriors to being great dedicated family men. For us it just became a mission right away once we connected to the brotherhood to tell the story authentically. Scott: They broke every stereotype the mass media has portrayed them as. That was why we said there was no way to accurately tell the story than to use the real guys.

Directors “Muse” McCoy and Scott Waugh watch video feed in Relativity´s Media´s upcoming release, “Act of Valor.” Q: What owas your first interest in making this film?

it as an evolution. Once we connected with the guys and connected with the stories and understand the sacrifices that have been laid down over the last ten years. The stories of these actors of valor that had been told to us were really inspirational. We figured out a way that we could do this that wouldn’t impact deployment cycles and wasn’t going to impact their training cycles. It would be something we could integrate over all and do in a sustainable way without it impacting the community and they felt comfortable with the project. They felt we were going to do it authentically and in their voice.

McCoy: These guys have been too radically misrepresented in popular culture and by Hollywood that it was Scott: There is a big level of trust almost criminal. They are so different, on their part with us. Obviously it was they weren’t this screwed up Rambo- earned, we spent a lot of time with the Terminator concoction. community and they under Mouse and Captain Duncan Smith, Active Duty, US my background as stuntman and we Navy SEAL: ACT OF VALOR is a film had that common language with our that is truly unique in every way. There cultures. With that they said to us ‘we is live fire, its real operators and goes want you to have creative control’. far beyond anything people have seen McCoy: We want somebody to objecin any other movie. I don’t think Holly- tively look at our community and tell it wood has ever gotten the SEAL ethos or from that perspective. SEAL persona right. Everyone said ‘no’ SOl Ajay, US Navy SEAL: At first I when first asked to be a part of ACT OF didn’t want to be involved in the projVALOR. The goal is to allow somebody ect. I’m not interested in fame or glamto see who we are understanding the our but I would like to shine on the difmen themselves and the sacrifices they ferent facets of the U.S. Navy SEALs. and their families contribute everyday. There has been a lot of mystic and mys-

McCoy: Overall we were connected with the community and they asked us to really take a look at it – an exploration of what it really looks like to tell the story of the SEALs. We were allowed access into the community. Once we were inside we met these men and Q: How did the NAVY react when they were just some of the most amaz- you proposed this idea to them? ing men we’ve ever met in our lives; it McCoy: We really kept working on

McCoy: But they had a TTP scrub, so they had control of technical, tactics and procedure, a full scrub on that. They gave us story control but they made sure the TTP was clean and no classified information was given. Q: How did you manage to put the film together with the team going on deployment and coming back? Scott: It took four years; normally it would take four months! McCoy: Four years of principle photography and almost everyone in the film went on a full combat deployment while making the movie. Scott: When they are home, they are back in training cycles and work ups. Its not like they come home and they are on leave – we had to work within their training cycles.

McCoy: We worked around existing training evolutions that were already on the books. So no assets or resources were dedicated to the making of the movie. We augmented existing operatery about the SEAL Teams and about tions and again that’s why it took so who we are and what we do. This is the long. From the beginning did you know most accurate depiction of how SEAL that there was no way you could get a operate. Continues on page 17

Lt. Rorke fires at the QRF (quick reactionary force)

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Scott: That’s right, warts and all. They saw our previous films and our previous works and it was like ‘you guys are good at looking at a subject matter from the whole and showing it all’.


Commentary By Richard Matz

tax reform, now!

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veryone in our country knows that we need tax reform but no one has come up with a solution. We need to address tax reforms in a number of different ways. Tax reform is a political hot potato and will not be touched by any politician running for office. The tax attorneys, accountants, accounting firms and the IRS will stop and defeat any political party or politician that tries to change our tax laws. The system is so unjust to individuals and small businesses; we pay over 80% of all taxes. The cost of benefits that taxpayers, such as small businessmen, pay will eventually put them out of business! Why can’t we have a flat

stronger economy than we have. We can’t continue to let large corporations and companies borrow (Give) monies from Social Security and other monetary funds given to them by politicians in office, today or tomorrow, or next year! The shame of these corporations is that after they are given our monies they then outsource the jobs that rightfully should stay here in the United States. Companies that outsource jobs should be taxed so heavily that they no longer can make more moneys to fill their coffers at the expense of the United States. We are a Republic not a democracy and no matter what your politics are if you remain complacent

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he shame of these corporations is that after they are given our monies they then outsource the jobs that rightfully should stay here in the United States.

tax for all small businesses and the individual? We pay more than our fair share but we do not receive the same advantages as large corporations. We know that in order to keep the United States the strongest country financially, morally and free, we must begin changing the policies set forth by the present and previous administrations. The country musician Ernie Ford had a hit song years ago that went something like this. We loaded 16 ton and what did we get, another day older and deeper in debt! If you do not recognize or are too young to remember this song just think of changing the words to (we borrowed 16 trillion ) and what did we get another day older and deeper in debt, that says it all. We can’t continue competing with countries that have a

about our crumbling society we will no longer be a free country! Some people will think that I might be an alarmist or even a bit crazy but when you look at our debt and unemployment rate that are continuing to rise and we are willing victims of oil-rich countries that continue to raise prices on crude oil which will increase inflation on all food products, services and necessities!! We have plenty of oil and should be building nuclear plants but the government is afraid of environmentalists who feel it’s all right to starve and kill Americans but we must protect bugs, gnat catchers and frogs. I understand I’m going to catch a lot of flack but so be it! E-mail me at rmatz@ militarypress.com

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Cover Feature Military History Continues from page 1

“Topper,” a K-9, proudly displayed his Honorable Discharge after serving with the U.S. Army as a sentry dog. Author’s collection, February 1945.

“Andy” was part of the dog platoon at Bougainville and worked as a scout dog. Andy is pictured with one of his handlers, PFC Robert Lansley. USMC photo. February 1944

U.S. Army veterinarian bandages a wound on a sentry dog. U.S. Army Signal Corps photo.

Continues from page 1 Most of the equipment shown in this book is very scarce and is pictured in full view and detail. Robert Rosenkrans was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in 1956 and began collecting World War II military items in 1967 shortly after moving to southern Arizona with his parents. Growing up next to an Army post and having his father as a World War II veteran gave Robert a passion for military history. Dogs were always part of the house when he was growing up, so joining the U.S. Air Force and becoming a Law Enforcement K-9 handler seemed the thing to do for Robert. He was in the Air Force form 1979 through 1983. After returning home from the Air Force, Robert de6 March 1, 2012 THE MILITARY PRESS

cided to open an Army-Navy surplus store with his father’s help. Robert and his father successfully ran the store for 18 years before selling it. Robert then started an online business with his wife, Maria, and has been running it for four years, dealing mainly with collectable military items. Robert has collected U.S. military war dog items from World War II since enlisting in the Air Force, and he hopes this book will inspire other historians to get the collecting fever. This book sells for $49.99 and can be purchased through the publisher at www.schifferbooks.com, your local bookseller, as well as numerous online retailers.


Military News Shipping Pets During PCS Could Cost Nearly $4,000 Under New Rule By Travis J. Tretten Many servicemembers flying internationally on official orders could face steep fare increases for pets beginning this month, when a top military-contracted air carrier changes its baggage policies. As part of its merger with Continental Airlines, United Airlines has announced that on March 3 it will drop its current flat rate for pets that are checked as excess baggage and instead require all animals to be shipped as cargo. For those changing duty stations in the Pacific, the change could mean paying about $1,440 to $3,869 to fly with an animal back to the U.S., depending on its size. Currently, United charges $283 for most pets, according to estimates provided Tuesday by Continental customer service. United and Continental are Amanda Powell, a military spouse from Yokosuboth federal contract carriers, ka Naval Base, and her dog Tank await a flight so servicemembers traveling on out of Yokota Air Base during the evacuation official duty are often booked to following the March 2011 earthquake in Japan. fly on the airlines at a reduced Grant Okubo/Stars and Stripes cost to the military, but the cost to transport pets must be paid by the servicemember. “This is just going to be devastating and pets are going to be left behind,” predicted Mary Seward-Yamada, owner of Camp Canine Okinawa, a company that specializes in assisting military families with transporting pets between Japan and the U.S. Glen Downes, the deputy distribution management officer for Okinawa Marine Corps bases, said the military on the island has been told it cannot book pets on any United passenger flights beginning March 1 and instead it appears the animals must be booked through cargo carriers.

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why i carry a gun? People ask why? Why carry a gun? My old grandpa said to me, “Son, there comes a time in every man’s life when he stops bustin’ knuckles and starts bustin’ caps and usually it’s when he becomes too old to take an whoopin.’”

I don’t carry a gun to kill people. I carry a gun to keep from being killed. I don’t carry a gun to scare people. I carry a gun because sometimes this world can be a scary place. I don’t carry a gun because I’m paranoid. I carry a gun because there are real threats in the world. I don’t carry a gun because I’m evil. I carry a gun because I have lived long enough to see the evil in the world. I don’t carry a gun because I hate the government. I carry a gun because I understand the limitations of government. I don’t carry a gun because I’m angry. I carry a gun so that I don’t have to spend the rest of my life hating myself for failing to be prepared. I don’t carry a gun because I want to shoot someone.

I carry a gun because I want to die at a ripe old age in my bed, and not on a sidewalk somewhere tomorrow afternoon. I don’t carry a gun because I’m a cowboy. I carry a gunbecause, when I die

and go to heaven, I want to be a cowboy. I don’t carry a gun to make me feel like a man. I carry a gun because men know how to take care of themselves and the ones they love. I don’t carry a gun because I feel inadequate. I carry a gun because unarmed and facing three armed thugs, I am inadequate. I don’t carry a gun because I love it. I carry a gunbecause I love life and the people who make it meaningful to me. Police protection is an oxymoron. Free citizens must protect themselves. Police do not protect you from crime, they usually just investigate the crime after it happens and then call someone in to clean up the mess. I carry a gun because God gave me the Right to do so; it is inalienable.

a little gun history In 1929, the Soviet Union established gun control. From 1929 to 1953, about 20 million dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated. In 1911, Turkey established gun control. From 1915 to 1917, 1.5 million Armenians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated. Germany established gun control in 1938 and from 1939 to 1945, a total of 13 million Jews and others who were unable to defend themselves were rounded up and exterminated. China established gun control in 1935. From 1948 to 1952, 20 million political dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated. Guatemala established gun control in 1964. From 1964 to 1981, 100,000 Mayan Indians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated. Uganda established gun control in 1970. From 1971 to 1979, 300,000 Christians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated. Cambodia established gun control in 1956. From 1975 to 1977, one million educated people, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated. Defenseless people rounded up and exterminated in the 20th Century because of gun control: 56 million. You won’t see this data on the U.S. evening news, or hear politicians disseminating this information. Guns in the hands of honest citizens save lives and property and, yes, gun-control laws adversely affect only the lawabiding citizens. Take note my fellow Americans, before it’s too late! The next time someone talks in favor of gun control, please remind them of this history lesson. With guns, we are “citizens.” Without them, we are “subjects.” During WWII the Japanese decided not to invade America because they knew most Americans were ARMED! The purpose of fighting is to win. There is no possible victory in defense. The sword is more important than the shield, and skill is more important than either. The final weapon is the brain. All else is supplemental.

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Military News 2,000 Local Veterans Tony Orlando are Homeless on Receives Highest Any Given Night DoD Civilian Award

A new report released recently estimates that on any given night there are between 1,700 to 2,000 veterans in San Diego County that are either living on the streets or in temporary shelters. This estimate is consistent with past studies that show there is still significant work to be done to meet the goal of ending veteran homelessness by 2015. The report also compiled information on spending by various federal, state and local agencies which is directed at homeless veterans. More than $54 million was spent on veterans that lack a permanent home. The majority of the expenditures (76%) were spent on reactive programs, such as health care, incarceration, mental health services, and detoxification. "San Diego is home to one of the largest veteran populations in the country," said Erik Bruvold, President of NUSIPR, the policy institute that did the research. "Our report will hopefully increase awareness that we need to do more to find housing for these heroes and that too many are falling through the cracks."

The Department of Defense issued the Seven SEALs Award to Branson resident and legendary entertainer Tony Orlando for the work he does in the United States, as well as overseas, in supporting National Guard and Reserve members. The Seven SEALs Award is the highest award given to civilians, and was created to publicly recognize Americans who provide outstanding patriotic support and cooperation to those that have been called to serve in the Armed Forces. The Seven SEALs Award represents the seven military reserve components: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine and Coast Guard reserves, along with the Army and Air National Guard. Orlando frequently visits and entertains troops in Iraq and Afghanistan and performs countless shows for mili-

tary personnel and their families in the United States. For 18 years he has hosted “Tony Orlando’s Yellow Ribbon Salute to the Veterans” in Branson on Veteran’s Day – a free show to all veterans who attend the Branson Veterans Homecoming, America’s largest Veteran’s Day celebration

USO Receives Award

President Barack Obama presented the USO with the National Medal of Arts – the U.S. government’s highest arts honor – for sharing the sights and sounds of home with troops stationed around the world.  The ceremony, which took place in the East Room of the White House this afternoon, is an annual event recognizing exemplary individuals and/or organizations for their encouragement of the arts and delivery of inspirations to others through their achievement, support and patronage.  The USO is the only military charity to receive the National Medal of Arts in the medal’s 28year history.  To download photos of

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A free career fair hiring event for veterans and military spouses in Coronado on Thursday, March 15. RecruitMilitary is bringing a special career fair hiring event for veterans and military spouses to the Greater San Diego area, offering a unique opportunity to network with veteran-friendly organizations that will be on site with employment, entreprenurial, and educational opportunities.

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The Defense Department's drugtesting program is expanding to add screening for two additional prescription medications to the range of legal and illegal drugs it currently detects.  The two drugs added to the screening program — hydrocodone and benzodiazepines — are nationally among the most abused prescription drugs. The DoD announced the new screenings 90 days before they would take effect, which gives servicemembers a 90-day warning order. Servicemembers with prescriptions for the two drugs will not be subject to disciplinary action for using them within the dosage and time prescribed. Any servicemember addicted to prescription drugs should seek medical help. To keep up with the latest military news, visit the (http://www.military. com/news) Military.com News Center.

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he pay cabler is making a habit of serving up football-themed documentaries just before the Super Bowl, and this one’s a worthy successor to last year’s “Lombardi,” even if the two men couldn’t be more different. The filmmakers also have a heightened degree of difficulty this time around. While Namath’s most notable pro success was the sport’s most improbable — leading the Jets of the upstart American Football League to a dominating victory over the NFL’s heavily favored Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III, and thereby establishing the new title game’s validity — his more recent fall from grace (a pass of an entirely different sort aimed at ESPN sideline reporter Suzy Kolber in 2003) is painfully fresher in the minds of many. The documentary traces the wellknown aspects of Namath’s life, and brightens them with clips and quotes: A three-sport athlete in high school at Beaver Falls, Pa., he turned down a $50,000 contract with baseball’s Chi-

cago Cubs because his family wanted him to go to college. He wound up with Bear Bryant at Alabama U. — where he was a moving witness to the entry of the first black students to the school — because his hard-partying ways had depressed his college board scores. Clips reveal a swivel-hipped, blazing-fast Namath as he tears through Oklahoma in the 1963 Orange Bowl (“he was like trying to tackle the wind,” a teammate recalls), a year and a half before he rips knee ligaments in his senior year in a game against North Carolina. Some of the pro highlights, culled from the archives of co-producer NFL Films, show that Don Maynard’s game-changing catch in the 1968 AFL championship game might not have stood up to further review from today’s replay cameras. And while the highlights from Super Bowl III aren’t as provocative, they’re likely to be manna to Jets fans, who haven’t had a Super Bowl entry since. Still, Namath’s biggest pro contributions were off the field. He played the NFL and AFL off each other to sign a contract valued in excess of

...a lovable rascal who lived fast in a blazing spotlight, and who, while all too human, is basically a big-hearted schlub — and now sober. That’s quite a trick for a man who still admits with a wry grin that during his playing days, he liked his “women blonde and his Johnny Walker Red.” $400,000 with the Jets, owned by former MCA agent Sonny Werblin, who knew how to market a star under the glare of media lights. And “Broadway Joe” was a more than willing star. He quickly became a ladies’ man, cashing in with endorsement deals (the most famous being his ad for Beauty Mist pantyhose) and his own TV show (with guests including Clint Eastwood and Woody Allen, who, a clip shows, he asks for dating advice). To present-day cameras, he relates with relish the locker room story of how he got the famous nickname. The documentary doesn’t gloss over the 2003 sideline incident (“I want to kiss you,” an inebriated Namath blubbers on camera), but rather contextualizes it, with Namath expressing regret Kolber understand-

ing and forgiveness. But the reclamation project is complete only when Namath’s daughter, Jessica, paints her father as a “professional dad” who made breakfast and drove her to school every morning. When his marriage broke up and Namath again turned to the bottle shortly before the Kolber incident, Jessica says, “I was 13, and I’d never seen him drunk.” Ultimately, the documentary serves up a portrait of a smalltown boy made good — a lovable rascal who lived fast in a blazing spotlight, and who, while all too human, is basically a big-hearted schlub — and now sober. That’s quite a trick for a man who still admits with a wry grin that during his playing days, he liked his “women blonde and his Johnny Walker Red.”

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Suggested Reading

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think serendipity was playing its game the day that author Mike Cattolico came by our office. He was in the vicinity looking for a print and reprographic store when he saw the Military Press sign above our office. He came in and introduced himself and inquired if we might like to look at his self-published book, “Take A Stand.” It wasn’t long before he and I were having a great time as I listened as he talked about his book and why he’d written it. At first glance I thought it was decent looking as far as self-published projects go and took it home for a closer look. What a marvelous book. I was soon caught up within its pages. I come across a lot of books that detail personal military and war-time experiences, and yes, this one has plenty from Mike’s early days as a seaman scout to ultimately a commanding officer. Further chapters tell the harrowing exploits experienced in Vietnam and the Philippines as Mike serves as a deep-sea diver. What I really liked about this book is that it is such a multi-faceted delight. Mike throws in wonderful chapters detailing his childhood growing up in a time when the “American Dream” was possible, leaders truly led, and one could realize and attain dreams. Later on in the book, Mike makes poignant observations comparing the generation of his time with the generations of today.

Interspersed throughout Mike has put in sidebars that give us interesting facts on topics such as pay scales, cost of living and other elements that help illustrate the differences between then and now. In the back of the book there is a great collection of notable one-liners and chapter quotes that have appeared in the book. Some of these are absolute gems. Mike tells his story honestly, pulls no punches and throws in heaps of humor. After meeting Mike in person, I can see this project has been a dedicated labor of love and much more than an autobiography. I am tempted to say that this book should be a “must read” for everyone. We could all learn a thing or two from Mike’s lifetime of achievement and thoughtful insights into the ways of the world.

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Here are just a few brief excerpts to give you a little flavor of the book:

ing After the firefight – eat humble pie.

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From Chapter 3 – DARE TO BEGIN

From Chapter 5 – CONTINUING EDUCATION

THE SEND-OFF AND BEYOND

EFFECTS OF COMBAT

he night before I left for basic training (boot camp), the boys at Telford Diving Unit threw a party for me at the local Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) post. None of us was a VFW, but the post waived their requirement due to the specialness of the occasion and the fact that the Vietnam conflict was in full swing. A mixture of beverage holders—glasses full of blackberry brandy and mugs full of Black Label beer—made my two-day train trip to Great Lakes, Illinois, a fuzzy but memorable experience. My first shipmate in the making was Bob Whetstone. After I was able to manifest some semblance of postdrinking coherence, he said he had watched me all night to see if I was going to live. He turned out to be a best friend and, later, a navy corpsman and Vietnam survivor. Because I was a “natural leader,” I was appointed RPOC (Recruit Petty Officer Chief). My job was to keep my company in line when the company commander was absent; in other words, I was the navy equivalent of the much-publicized assistant marine drill instructor. Military life suited me. It included all of the things I was primed for in my youth: discipline, order, and regimentation. Actually, for me military life was a piece of cake. While everyone else complained, I reveled in it. No ditches to dig, no corn to pick, no animals to feed, no water to carry. All I had to do was look smart, do my job, and learn the navy way.

ou cannot describe combat to anyone who has not been in it. A description is simply impossible. All veterans who have been exposed to combat situations say the same thing. How can you describe the fear, anxiety, adrenalin rush, confusion, strength coming from nowhere, skin-crawling sights, deafening noise, little or no sense of direction from incoming fire, Before the 1st Firefight—full of piss and vinegar. possible death at any instant, screams and yells, splatters of human detritus and other “unspeakables” flying about, trying to make yourself invisible, trying to organize your disorganized mind and body, and the build-up of pressure with no relief valve in sight? Combat is entropy to the nth degree. It is pure pandemonium. Then, suddenly, it’s over. You check your body for any kind of “stuff” that might have entered but not been felt during the melee. You look around at the aftermath and feel the goo stuck to you — the kind you can never wash off. But then you are suddenly ecstatic that the pieces of people you see are not part of you.

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from the greatest to the x generation “When I was your age, I walked to school in year-round snow, usually six feet or more, and it was uphill in both directions.” – Unknown member of “the greatest generation” “Why, when I was your age, I was TWICE your age.” – Unknown baby boomer “What’s your point?” – Unknown Gen Xer From Chapter 3 – DARE TO BEGIN CAN-DOERS AND RAINBOW CHASERS

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wise person once told me that she never complained about cleaning her toilet. She was just happy to have one. Unfortunately, our wonderful country has many Kennys who do not appreciate the abundant opportunities that are within their grasp. Since most of them have never really landed on hard times, they take things for granted. Everything is at their disposal … without limitation. They don’t know what it is to want or sacrifice, and they complain when something is not immediately accessible to fulfill their frivolous and selfish needs. I have great concern for the people I refer to as “rainbow chasers.” They are narcissists of the first order and have come to the unfortunate conclusion that the world owes them a living. Actually, that’s incorrect; they think the world owes them prosperity. I am especially concerned that there seems to be more of these rainbow chasers in Generation X than in previous generations. Experts say there are valid reasons for that entitlement mentality and that the biggest reason is rooted in the birth rate. You see, after the baby boom, the birth rate dropped off the table. Demographically speaking, a 1 percent decline in the birth rate is significant. It is astonishing that the birth rate in 1965 was 30 percent lower than in 1955. Why? It was a confluence of many factors: a new war that kept lots of potential dads away from home, far more women entering the workplace and delaying making a family, and the advent of the birth control pill. The generation that is now between the ages of twenty-five and forty-five has had very little competition over

the years. The number of classmates in school was manageable; seats were available in their college classrooms; and they enjoyed job opportunities that baby boomers would have killed for. In addition, they have been witness to and part of the greatest technological advances in the history of man. My parents’ generation, what Tom Brokaw astutely named “the greatest generation,” ushered in the widespread use of the automobile, the telephone, home refrigeration, air travel, and many other revelations. And the baby boom generation witnessed the advent of the television, early computers, and many other advances. But Generation X has seen the world transmogrified through computers and associated technology. It is easy to take the Internet and the World Wide Web for granted, but think about this: An Internet connection has brought knowledge that has been accumulating throughout the history of mankind to desktops and cellular telephones everywhere. When I was in school, we had libraries that used the Dewey decimal system and were limited by the physical space allotted on the shelves. No such restrictions exist anymore. Can anyone doubt that by the year 2020 the ownership of a hard-copy book will be limited to collectors? Paper books will have no functional use anymore. We will have the ability to download and read any book ever published in the world for a fraction of the cost of a paperback, and the device that stores the text will be the size of a human hand or smaller. And how did we ever conduct business or arrange meetings without a cell phone? Most of the greatest companies in existence today were founded without cell phones, but I question whether they could succeed in today’s business environment without them. By the end of 2009, 90 DECIDE TO DE-

CIDE I learned about decision making a long time ago. I think the best way to present my thoughts on the subject is to explain my “pier-and-boat philosophy.” Imagine you have one foot on the pier and one foot on the boat, and the boat is getting underway (leaving the pier). You better make a decision quickly—whether you are staying, going, or swimming. Indecision is a decision, and it will land you in the water. The question is, can you swim? Human nature dictates that we do not like being wet and cold. We prefer to be dry and warm. How can you stay dry, warm, comfy, and cozy and still maintain self-respect when you are forever chasing rainbows, sponging off others, depending on the luck of the draw, and succumbing to the idea of using others as a crutch to compensate for your ineptitude, lack of initiative, and compromised self esteem? Some people may think that I am overly subjective in my analysis of Generation X. Maybe so. But if just one reader experiences a wake-up call, then this was time well spent. I am not saying that today’s youth must do it the way we did it. Frankly, if they did they would be left behind. Instead, I am saying that many of our young minds are not being sufficiently challenged and disciplined to think and develop in a way that is concomitant with their abilities. Your reputation is what you are in the light, but your character is what you are in the dark.

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entertainment & gossip “THE ONE charm about marriage is that it makes a life of deception absolutely necessary for both parties,” said Oscar Wilde. By Liz Smith I DECIDED recently that sometimes people with a real story wait too long to tell it. It may lose impact and forcefulness -- principals die and escape immediate opprobrium. Pop history kind of passes it all by. Still, I was mildly intrigued when Mimi Alford came out with her story of being a 19-year-old intern who had an affair with President John F. Kennedy in 1962. For a lot of people, this is a big “so what else is new?’ story. Others continue to be mildly titillated by the foibles of the famous, no matter how long some of them are dead. Mimi, now an attractive older woman, tells her tale a little late in the book “Once Upon a Secret.” (Mimi’s relationship with Kennedy was actually uncovered back in 2003 in another book about JFK. No big deal was made of it at the time.) She recited her feelings openly to TV legend Meredith Vieira. The latter conducted the interview while frowning in feigned, or perhaps actual, disapproval at the straightforward recitation of youthful infidelity. But Mimi seems to present her minor -- and not unique -- place in history as a philosopher. She offers JFK’s powerful position as a ragingly attractive man who also happened to be the most powerful chief executive in the world as the reason for the brief liaison. She refuses to apologize for her past behavior. I WAS thinking that this story of Mimi and JFK has plenty of other associations that weren’t all that free of heartbreak and public disdain and dismay. I wrote for years about Kennedy’s love affair with Judith Exner and that seems to have been a different kettle of fish. Judith slept with a gun under her pillow ever after. (She claimed J. Edgar Hoover’s men spied on her for years and she was afraid they might kill her.) She was desperately in love with JFK and thought he was with her. She told me of breaking with the president and not wanting to. “I was 25 and in love. Was I supposed to have more sense than the president of the United States?” (I always admired this quote.) Judith confessed to me many years after I met her that she became pregnant by the president and had an abortion arranged by mob boss, Sam Giancana. She said she became an innocent go-between carrying payoff money between the White House and Chicago. (And Judith Exner never spoke publicly about any of this until forced to by a congressional committee. So I more or less believed most of what she confessed to me.)

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MIMI is in a different category. She tries to come off as playful; as she says she and the president were “playful.” They took baths together with yellow rubber duckies, she asserts. He was sometimes downright “silly.” Except for the feelings of Jacqueline Kennedy, about which Mimi remains buttoned up, her attitude attempts to strike an “Oh, it was completely harmless” vibe. But was it really? JFK pushing drugs on her, expecting her to perform sex on other men while he watched, never showing her real tenderness. They never kissed, she recalls. JFK might have been a potentially great president, but he was a flawed human being. And she was still a teenager! That she would say the sex was consensual, adding, “I wouldn’t call it rape,” is in itself disturbing. Who was calling it rape? Maybe even at this late date she herself wonders? There is no longer anything shocking about adultery. Nor can the myth of “Camelot” be anymore tarnished than it has been. There is no one left alive to verify the more salacious aspects of Mimi’s tale. Or the rubber duckies. Still, based on what we know from other sources, Mimi’s confessions sound like JFK’s behavior with all his women, except for Jackie, whom he alternately revered and disrespected. With changing times, and a much less protective media, we suffered through the Clinton/Lewinsky scandal, which led to impeachment and a rather ruined life for Miss Lewinsky. Monica wrote a book to pay off her enormous legal fees and attempt to rehabilitate herself in the eyes of all. (In Europe, the entire incident was considered laughable. We would impeach a president for his infidelities?!) I don’t know why Mimi wrote her book. If, as she says, it was all so casual, playful and consensual, why bother? It doesn’t help JFK’s reputation, and unless she wanted to paint herself as a victim of a powerful, insistent man, the parade has passed by on Kennedy mistresses.


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Where to stay? Easy. The AAA Four-Diamond rated Scottsdale Resort & Conference Center is located just a few minutes from the aforementioned Salt River Fields. They have three restaurants, two pools, a fitness center, a full service spa and salon, four lighted tennis courts and guaranteed tee times at McCormick Ranch’s two championship golf courses. With only 326 rooms, its size allows the friendly staff to interact easily with guests. The comfortable, large sleeping rooms feature flat screen TVs and southwestern style architecture and furnishings. What to do? Here are several sightseeing suggestions for before or after a ballgame. A pilgrimage to For advertising information, call (858) 537-2280

Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright’s desert masterpiece, is a must. It is a National Historic Landmark in the Sonoran desert and home to architectural students from around the world. For a treat, we spent a lazy afternoon at the Spa Avania at the Hyatt Regency followed by an eclectic “Wine Me Dine Me” feast at their Southwest Bistro. Diners watch the proceedings in the open kitchen as the chef and his staff prepare a four-course meal that includes tequila and wine pairings. The Musical Instrument Museum, www.themim.org, touts itself as “the most extraordinary museum you’ll ever see.” It is. Their collection includes over 10,000 musical instruments from almost 200 countries and territories, as well as ethnic, folk and tribal displays. Grab a wireless headset and roam the wide-open spaces, listening to music from around the world while watching videos of musicians. The Arizona Science Center can be found in downtown Phoenix’ Heritage & Science Park. It houses the Dorrance Planetarium, an IMAX Theater, along with four levels of permanent and rotating exhibits including over 300 that are hands-on. A calendar of events, hours, etc., can be found at www.azscience.org.

ordered two decadent desserts (flourless chocolate cake and flambéed bananas Foster). The finale was flaming coffee Diablo. Their Sunday brunch is superb; buffet tables laden with salads, shrimp on ice and smoked salmon, breakfast items and pastries, cheese platters, hot entrees, carving and omelet stations, freshly baked breads, fresh fruit, fabulous desserts and free-flowing champagne. Although there is a resort fee, it is reasonable. Guests receive in-room Wi-Fi, free local calls, weekly newspapers, parking, entrance to the fitness center and tennis court and bike use. For great deals and Spring training packages logon to www.thescottsdaleresort.com or call 1-800-540-0727 for reservations. Ask about their USO program for active military. Safe travels and enjoy the journey… Howard Hian www.Travels-with-Hian.com

The South Rim of the Grand Canyon is approximately four hours by car from Phoenix. Instead of driving, take the Grand Canyon Railway, www.thetrain.com, for an extended stay (more about this in an upcoming travel story). This year Arizona is celebrating 100 years of statehood. There are events commemorating the centennial throughout 2012. Check it out at www.az100years.org. More about the Scottsdale Resort & Conference Center: Our dinner at the Palm Court, a Four-Diamond award winner, featured classic American cuisine in a casual yet elegant setting. The ambience, great views, extensive wine list, tableside dining with excellent presentation and food added up to a superb evening. We started with a chopped Caesar salad and outstanding lobster bisque. My wife and I shared risotto and scallops for our entrees and March 1, 2012 THE MILITARY PRESS 17


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humble servant oriented people that want to serve and do the nation’s work. We all said no because of the history of the quiet professional and not advertise the nature of the work. These are the things that are the fabric of our ethos as a warfare commuity and culture. Hopefully it jumps off the screen as something different. It gives a glimpse into what we experience in our daily lives and what we have been living with for a decade and beyond with sustained combat against our enemies – and it will continue.

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Nationally known drag racer explains 427 Camaros, Harrell legacy By Greg Zyla Q: Greg, my friend Lou Tecco sent us the article you did on Yenko, Gibb and other Camaro greats. You missed a very important factor on an otherwise good story. That is how history gets re-written, right?

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Lets talk about you filming the actions – was it tricky, scary, both, all? McCoy: Our whole lives are about action, that’s what we do day in and day out. It was just fantastic to be challenged and keep up with the boys. We were completely challenged mentally and physically. We put the cameras in the middle of the gunfights and in the middle of the ops. That was Scott and I in the middle of the cameras. Scott: That was all the dangerous stuff and the light fire stuff. I retired as a stuntman around 35 so it had been five years since doing anything so I was a kid in a candy store getting back in the middle of the action. McCoy: We wanted to bring a new level of action to the big screen, real action. This movie is in camera, for real action. There is no CGI in this, there’s no trickery. There is no CGI. Everyone is used to faking it.No, this is for real! Scott: We are bringing back the action genre because it died. In the ‘90s is when it died and went into this CGI actor on a green screen world. It sucks! What happened to the great action films! We are determined to bring it all back.

The boat scene is pretty intense. McCoy: And that was all live fire! Scott: The audiences are so use to seeing CGI so when they see it for real it’s kind of shocking. How much input did the SEALs have? Scott: A lot. We wanted that, we wanted to make sure it was authentic. The operational plans came from them. A target vessel in the South Pacific has something you need, how would you get it – that’s what we’d ask them. So we’d get our camera crew around them. What do you want your viewers to get from seeing this film? McCoy: We want the American public to connect with the concept of an act of valor. Doing heroic things for the sake of your brothers and sisters. There are people all throughout the military and first responders that risk their lives on a daily basis for the person next to them or people they don’t know. We really think that that’s an important idea to grab a hold of in America right now. Scott: I always use this analogy; you never know who’s in line behind you because he might save your life sometime. I think that so important.

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March 13th - Open 8 a.m. - Close 12 pm March 14th - Open 12 pm - Close 3 pm March 15th - Open 8 am - Close 12 pm Lines formed on the property prior to 7 am are prohibited; management will not recognize any lists; no holding places in line, security enforced.

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Hi this is Lor, Are you in the military? Need extra cash? Come work for me. No experience Necessary will Train. You can earn up to $4,000 a month. Call for an interview. Ask for Toni Lee "The Military Mom" 619-274-0507

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LUE

For all you give, we want to give back.

Visit one of the Southern California KB Home communities below and learn more about our special homebuying opportunities for qualified military personnel.

NEW FOR 2012—SOLAR POWER SYSTEM INCLUDED! Edgewood at The Cove in San Jacinto

Sycamore at Hidden Hills in Menifee

• 1,394–2,233 sq. ft. • 3–5 bedrooms, 2–2.5 baths

• 1,846–2,966 sq. ft. • 3–5 bedrooms, 2–3 baths • solar power system included standard

From the mid $100s

From I-215, exit Hwy. 74 heading east. Turn left on Warren Rd., left on Cottonwood Ave. and follow signs to sales center. OR: From I-10, exit Hwy. 79 heading south, travel for approx. 10 mi. and turn right on Cottonwood Ave., heading west for approx. 2 mi. to sales center. (951) 487-2887

From the mid $200s

From I-215, exit Newport Rd. heading west. Turn left on Haun Rd., right on Holland Rd., left on Bradley Rd., right on Craig Ave., left on Evans Rd., then left on Yeoman Pl. to sales center. OR: From I-215, exit Scott Rd. heading west. Turn right on Murrieta Rd., right on Craig Ave., right on Evans Rd., then left on Yeoman Pl. to sales center. (951) 672-8553

Villages at Monument Park in Perris

Manzanita at Paseo del Sol in Temecula

• 1,250–2,530 sq. ft. • 3–6 bedrooms, 2–3 baths

• 1,628–2,224 sq. ft. • 3–5 bedrooms, 2.5–3 baths • solar power system included standard

From the high $100s

From I-215, exit Ethanac Rd. heading west, travel approx. 2 mi. west, turn right onto Big Bear Dr., right on Yosemite Ave., then right on Yellowstone Ct. to sales center. (951) 443-0859

From the mid $200s

From I-15 Fwy., exit Temecula Pkwy. (CA-79) heading east. Turn left on Meadows Pkwy., right on Sunny Meadows Pkwy., left on Bingham Dr., then left onto Beamer Ct. to sales center. (951) 225-9860

Fox Hollow at Crown Valley Village in Murrieta

Twinbrook at Crown Valley Village in Murrieta

• 1,551–2,597 sq. ft. • 4–5 bedrooms, 2–3 baths

• 2,595–3,563 sq. ft. • 3–7 bedrooms, 2.5–4 baths • solar power system included standard

From the mid $200s

From I-15 or I-215, exit Murrieta Hot Springs Rd. heading east and travel approx. 4.5 mi. Turn left onto Pourroy Rd., left onto High Vista Dr. and then left onto Valley Spring Way. (951) 677-4110

Monterey at Otay Ranch in Chula Vista From the mid $300s

• 1,917–2,175 sq. ft. • 3–5 bedrooms, 2.5 baths • solar power system included standard

From I-805, exit Olympic Pkwy. heading east. Turn right on La Media Rd., then right on Birch Rd./State St. At the roundabout, continue straight on Santa Diana Rd., turn right on Santa Christina Ave., then left onto Pershing Rd. to sales center. (619) 421-4062

From the high $200s

From I-15 or I-215, exit Murrieta Hot Springs Rd. heading east and travel approx. 4.5 mi. Turn left onto Pourroy Rd., left onto High Vista Dr. and then left onto Valley Spring Way. (951) 461-4676

Shady Grove in Fallbrook From the low $400s • • • •

1,968–3,500 sq. ft. 3–5 bedrooms, 2–4.5 baths RV and boat storage on-site no Mello-Roos

From Hwy. 76, head north on Mission Rd. approx. 4 mi. Turn right on Stage Coach Ln., go approx. 3 mi., turn right on Gum Tree Ln., right on Tom McGuinness Jr. Cir., then left on James Gaynor St. to sales center. OR: From I-15, exit E. Mission Rd. At first stop sign, turn right on Mission Rd. and continue toward Fallbrook. Turn left on Stage Coach Ln., left on Gum Tree Ln., right on Tom McGuinness Jr. Cir., then left on James Gaynor St. to sales center. (760) 728-1061

Broker Cooperation Welcome. ©2012 KB Home (KBH). Energy bill savings are based on estimated monthly costs for electricity and gas for a home as designed (not as built) with the corresponding solar power system compared to estimated monthly costs for electricity and gas without the system. KBH makes no guarantee of energy production by any solar power system installed with a home or of energy costs or savings, if any, experienced by any homeowner. Energy costs and savings, if any, will vary by floor plan, home size, occupancy, daily activities, appliance usage, thermostat settings, climate conditions and orientation of the home and the solar power system size and operating conditions, among other factors. KBH reserves the right to modify, discontinue or replace any solar options at any time without prior notice. Other restrictions and limitations may apply. Solar power systems are supplied by SunPower Corporation®. KBH and SunPower Corporation are independent companies. SunPower and the SunPower logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of SunPower Corporation. Payment of Broker Co-op requires Broker or agent to accompany and register buyer on first visit and comply with Broker Co-op Agreement. Plans, pricing, financing, terms, availability and specifications subject to change/prior sale without notice and may vary by neighborhood, lot location and home series. Additional charges apply for lot premiums, options/upgrades. Buyer responsible for all taxes, insurance and other fees. Sq. footage is approximate. Photos show upgraded landscaping/options and may not represent communities’ lowest-priced homes. See sales representative for details. KB Home Sales–Southern California Inc. (CA Real Estate License 00242327). SOCAL-99906

For advertising information, call (858) 537-2280

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