While political activists, feminist ladies and pundits on the Left continue to bash men, I want to dedicate a page to men to continue to fight for America and selflessly assist others. We’ve been doing this our entire lives.
Women Are Heroes Who Serve Also
The first female US Airman earned a Ranger tab. First Lt. Chelsey Hibsch graduated from the Army Ranger Course at Fort Benning, Ga. Graduates’ families and friends were there to watch the ceremony.
“In the Ft. Benning phase, the students become trained on squad operations and focus on ambush and recon missions, patrol base operations, and planning before moving on to platoon operations. In the Mountain phase, students develop their skills at the platoon level in order to refine and complete their training in Swamp phase. After these three phases, Ranger Students are proficient in leading squad and platoon dismounted operations around the clock in all climates and terrain.”
Air Force Materiel Command said Hibsch was the first female Airman to earn a Ranger tab, “but she won’t be the last!”
Let this sink in for a minute … Hundreds and hundreds of small boats pulled by countless pickups and SUVs from across the South are headed for Florida.
Almost all of them driven by men. They’re using their own property, sacrificing their own time, spending their own money, and risking their own lives for one reason: to help total strangers in desperate need.
Protect Our Fallen Military Heroes
Don’t let Buddhist woman from Japan diminish the honor and remembrance of our fallen Military heroes.
Japanese women claims her inspiring message of peace and enlightenment is infused with palpable joy and gentleness. Why then did she STEAL an American Day of Remembrance from our Fallen Heroes?
Real Men. Heroic Men
Most of them are by themselves. Most are dressed like the redneck duck hunters and bass fisherman they are. Many are veterans. Most are wearing well-used gimme-hats, t-shirts, and jeans; and there’s a preponderance of camo.
No right, no left. Just passion from The Quiet Ones
Richard Hughes wrote, “Well said Sir. I live in South West Ga and this is who we are. You described each of us and our Families perfectly.
Thanks for letting folks know about the everyday man, hard working and just helping our neighbors out.
Linda Self wrote, “they are fathers, brothers, friends of all they are hard workers with hearts of gold. God bless them and put up a hedge of protection around them.”
These are The Quiet Ones. They don’t wear masks and tear down statues. They don’t, as a rule, march and demonstrate. And most have probably never been in a Whole Foods.
But they’ll spend the next several days wading in cold, dirty water; dodging gators and water moccasins and fire ants; eating whatever meager rations are available; and sleeping wherever they can in dirty, damp clothes.
Their reward is the tears and the hugs and the smiles from the terrified people they help. They’ll deliver one boatload, and then go back for more. My friend Wayne Hill is off to assist in the Bahamas. Connect with him if you can help.
When disaster strikes, it’s what men do. Real men. Heroic men. American men. And then they’ll knock back a few shots, or a few beers with like-minded men they’ve never met before, and talk about fish or ten-point bucks.
And the next time they hear someone talk about “the patriarchy,” or “male privilege,” they’ll snort, turn off the TV and go to bed.
Men of Florida Getting Ready
In the meantime, they’ll likely be up again before dawn. To do it again. Until the helpless are rescued. And the work’s done.
They’re unlikely to be reimbursed. There won’t be medals. They won’t care. They’re heroes. And it’s what they do.
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Ko’olau of Kaua’i. I am the Defiant One
“I Believe We Can”