A dead enemy is a dead enemy, no matter how he is slain.
If the thoughts are not here today just walk away and wait to write another day.
Sure, military combat is scary... but in some ways combat seems a little easier than personal relationships. At least in combat, the enemy is honest enough to claim themselves as such.
Posture for combat is so vital.
I was a soldier in WWII. The last couple of months of the war I was actually in combat.
As combat infantrymen and special operators, we received thousands of hours of firearms training.
My younger brother is a decorated combat veteran and was a platoon leader in Iraq.
By definition, transnational crime crosses borders, but efforts to combat it mostly do not.
Combat is a piece of war. But war is a totalizing, uncivilized experience.
Being in combat is not unending high-five moments.
As a combat veteran, I know the cost of war.