• Posts Tagged ‘Afghanistan’

    Then and now: A look at how the military has changed this decade

    by  • October 12, 2011 • News, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    164784_491838676630_686441630_6563849_4309604_n

    By MEGAN ANDERLE and DAN O’LEARY
    As soon as Americans were under attack the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, Cory Smith, Sgt. 1st class, knew war was imminent.
    “I started to mentally prepare myself for what was to come,” Smith said. “Units started to get plugged into tasks, and force protection was urgent, as you can imagine.”
    Smith, […]

    Read more →

    Generations apart

    by  • October 10, 2011 • Features • 0 Comments

    My sister, Ariana, and I.

    By  MICHAEL DRURY
    A two year old can barely grasp the concept of language, let alone the events that took place on 9/11. That’s exactly how old my sister, Ariana Drury, was 10 years ago. Now, at the age of 12, she is just beginning to understand what 9/11 is; however, her knowledge and the change […]

    Read more →