Jeff shares a story of 101st Airborne officers gone wild at a strip club in Poland, sending CV into fits of glee.
Ashley gets excited about some reader feedback and love for Team Tango.
CV talks about a movement to gaining steam to honor Petty Officer 1st Class Charles Jackson French of Foreman, Ark., with the Medal of Honor. French became a national hero after he towed wounded shipmates through shark-infested waters after the destroyer Gregory was sunk Sept. 5, 1942, by Japanese warships near Guadalcanal.
The American Legion World Series is on, Afghan translator scammers indicted, rethinking medals from Wounded Knee and 53 women complete the Crucible for the first time at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego.
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