Clear the decks, dear reader – the time has come to dive into two brand-new books. They will enlighten and uplift you; soon, many of you will be... Read more
Fred Kyler did not look like the typical fighter pilot. He was short and dumpy. Folks thought he looked like the goofy cartoon character Mr. Magoo... Read more
When is the next Jimmie Dyess Symposium?
It is coming up soon – 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015, at the Augusta Museum of... Read more
Before feedback on last Sunday’s nine-question Delphi exercise is provided, let’s examine some lessons that may be drawn from the Japanese attack... Read more
As we approach mid-decade, it might be useful to sit back, reflect on the past and take a disciplined look into the future.
Although there... Read more
The term “center of gravity” has many meanings and as many contexts. For instance, in many families, the center of gravity is the children. This... Read more
When Admiral Chester Nimitz assumed command of the Pacific Fleet in Hawaii in late December, 1941, the devastation he observed at Pearl Harbor,... Read more
There is really good news for all college football fans. The College Football Hall of Fame will open in a grand new facility in downtown Atlanta... Read more
One of my joys in recent years is highlighting leaders and organizations in our area that are doing outstanding work.
Some examples of these... Read more