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Gun sales so high they could arm the Marines

Earlier this week we perused the headlines to see what shenanigans took place during Black Friday. (Most of us here at AG stay at home on purpose that day…)  When what to our wondering eyes did appear?! Headlines talking about gun sales so high they could arm the entire Marine Corps of course. The FBI …

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Airman says forget it and jumps out of C-130, still missing

EDITOR’S NOTE:  This was written with an intent to soften the blow on a story all the details have not been released on.  We apologize if not everyone appreciates the humor, and we promise, we want nothing but the safety of the missing Airman and we hope he is found.   On Tuesday, Nov. 5, …

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AR-15 owning pregnant mom saves the day!

The debate about owning an AR continues to get fueled left and right.  Last Wednesday, AR-15 owners got a tip in the scale toward their direction.  A pregnant mom stepped up in a pretty dangerous scenario and utilized her legally owned firearm for the safety of her family. Take a step back for a moment …

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Who’s a Good Pupper Doggo!?! I, the slayer of ISIL scum, is!

Hey guys! It’s me! I’m SO EXCITED YOU’RE READING THIS! I’m a really good pupper doggo and I recently got lots of praise for doggo things and I wanted to share! So Papa Milley said you can’t know my name, but just call me “Good Pupper Doggo” and I will be happy.  Really, just pets …

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Mario Tonelli – Notre Dame grad, Bataan Death March participant

Mario Tonelli was the son of an Episcopalian minister and graduate of Notre Dame University in 1938. He played football as a fullback for “The Fighting Irish.” Upon his graduation, he joined the military – a career which began in Manila, Philippines; just two months before the Japanese would launch a surprise attack on Pearl …

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Don’t let hunting season kill your relationship!

Hunting season is upon us and as November approaches, it is about to be in full *pew* swing. Half of some relationships will be out in the freezing cold for fun while the other half will probably be in the warmth of their home.  And if this describes your house, well, here’s a couple of …

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Have a bad day, but learn resiliency

Mondays, amiright? Mondays usually bring out a lot of stress in people.  Probably because you didn’t get everything accomplished you wanted (or needed) to over the weekend and now a whole new week is here with it’s own challenges. And maybe those challenges are spilling into multiple weeks. How do you learn resiliency? Typically in …

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Our community camaraderie goes unmatched

First off, when we say ‘our community,’ we mean more than just military.  Military, first responders, law enforcement and other public servants are the heartbeat of their community and subsequently, ours here.  The camaraderie of said community is completely unmatched. The very definition of camaraderie is “mutual trust and friendship among people who spend a …

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