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A Life Worth Living and Knowing It

I re-read this excerpt from one of my recent blog posts, “How Successful People Think: Part Two,” and I think it is worth repeating. Everyday how we live our lives is a reflection of who we are, were, and who … Continue reading

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Ground Soldier Survivability Enhancement

Introduction The discipline of combat survivability is well defined for aircraft. Other physical combat systems like ships and ground vehicles have been explored, but not to the breadth and depth of aircraft. This ground soldier survivability assessment seeks to adapt … Continue reading

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Thoughts for a Great Man’s Funeral

On January 22nd, 2015, I took the opportunity to speak at a funeral for the first time in my life. It felt mildly selfish because at my own Father’s funeral in 2005 I didn’t have the strength for myself or … Continue reading

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“Farewell to Father” by Jacob Levenson. Men’s Health March 2010.

The following excerpt from the full Men’s Health article made me think a lot about my Dad, especially the night he died, November 27, 2005. I never really gave myself closure to my father’s passing until years later. I don’t … Continue reading

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