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Road to Suwon
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Road to Suwon

From his new position, he saw a steady stream of enemy infantry, arcade-like, crossed the base of the hill, two hundred yards out, firing blindly. The Americans fired back at phantoms—partly due to the rain and partly due to the enemy darting in and out, but the firing seemed to retard an all-out assault. Roger, like most of Babcock’s new recruits, did not conserve the two hundred rounds of ammo issued in Pusan, and by late afternoon, he had less than thirty rounds in the extra two magazines he carried in his field jacket. Continue reading

As You Were
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As You Were

Military Experience & the Arts invites submissions in the genres of fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and artwork for publication in the upcoming publication As You Were: The Military Review. As You Were, three words spoken quickly by non-commissioned and commissioned officers who choose to drop rank and get to business, is meant to put troops “at … Continue reading

MEA State of the Union Address
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MEA State of the Union Address

So many changes over the summer. Where to start? 501(C)(3) Non-Profit Organization First, MEA is a full-fledged 501(C)(3) non-profit organization. Many thanks to those who donated funds to help us cover nearly $3000 in legal and filing fees. Now we’re tax exempt, able to take donations, and fund-raise for our various initiatives. We pledge to keep … Continue reading