A Sign of the Times- South Africa Cancels 2,100 Amateur Radio Licenses

I was talking with some like-minded friends at a local Hamfest recently, drifting conversations between topics as is the standard when catching up. We started talking about Hams in Venezuela, what can be implied by what they don't say, Cuba and the new restrictions the government has placed on its amateurs, and finally, just a …

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0241 Tactical Operator’s Pullover Jacket

During WWII the German Army maintained several interesting ideas concerning Light Infantry and Mountain Troops that were a natural evolution of the WWI 'storm' or shock troop tactic, which itself in many ways an outgrowth of the small unit thinking, many of which were rooted in European hunting traditions- one of which being the hooded …

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Hognose

I learned about the passing of Hognose of the Weaponsman blog, like most of you, yesterday morning. I'd like to send proper condolences to his survivors and pay a fitting tribute of sorts to him with the poster above. O'Brien, unlike nearly every outlet of today's internet, spoke with a rational nature regarding one of …

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