A Military Identity Crisis

Mar 10

A Military Identity Crisis

The Armed Forces, an institution revered by the American people—with which we associate the highest ideals of America—is dying the death of a thousand scandals. While Kelley Vlahos of The American Conservative points to a corporate, careerist culture, the crisis is far deeper and more fundamental in nature. While the military has never been known as a monastery,...

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Homecoming 2013 honors distinguished and well-loved alumni

Nov 25

Homecoming 2013 honors distinguished and well-loved alumni

November 7, 2013 By Mariel Smith         On Saturday morning, the Donald D. Buchanan ’83 Memorial Outdoor Classroom was formally dedicated, officially welcoming it to the College campus. Homecoming was a resounding success this year, with over 1,000 alumni invited to return to campus. While the weekend was overflowing with festivities for alumni of all ages,...

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Radio Interview – Truth that Transforms

May 25

5/25/12 – Military Prayers, In the Name of Jesus Col. Ron Ray with Carmen Pate on Truth that Transforms Radio http://www.truthinaction.org/index.php/truth-that-transforms

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Radio Interview – Wallbuilders Live!

May 25

Radio interview with Rick Green from Wallbuilders: Prayer in the Military Wednesday, May 23, 2012 – Col (Ret.) Ron Ray talks about his prayer book, Endowed by Their Creator, and the importance of prayer US military. www.wallbuilderslive.com 

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The Star Spangled Banner

Oct 14

The Star Spangled Banner

The lyrics of the United State’s National Anthem came from a poem written in 1814 by a 35-year-old lawyer and amateur poet, Francis Scott Key.  Following its composition, the poem was printed as a broadside, or a large sheet of paper, used for posters and announcements, entitled: “Defense of Fort McHenry” The annexed song was composed under the following...

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