Monthly Archives: August 2017

North Korea Musings…

Extracts from Punchy Company, Pages 14 & 15: “On the 15th of April, just two short months after my arrival in-country, at 1:30 p.m. local time, a U.S. Navy reconnaissance plane, an EC-121 Warning Star, was shot down by North … Continue reading

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Korea-1969-1974: The way it was…

An Extract from Punchy Company; the author’s first impression when first confronting the Camp Red Cloud Officers Club: “It’s delightful,” I thought, “especially the conformance in style and finish everywhere; matching designs; heavy leather on every surface for resting one’s … Continue reading

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An Astute Observation

‘It is not religion but revolution which is the opium of the people.’ ― Weil, Gravity and Grace, Copyright © Librarie PLON, first published in Routledge Classics 2002 by Routledge, 2 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon O14 4 RN, 711 … Continue reading

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