Category Archives: Army

Veterans, Thanks for your Service! What you Taught us about Borrowing Money

In honor of all military veterans on Veterans Day I thank you for your service.  So let’s take a look at our original veterans, the Minutemen of the early colonies’ militias and their tactics that can be adopted by today’s … Continue reading

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5 Lessons from U.S. Revolutionary War History that can Make Better Borrowers

What do the Brown Bess Musket and borrowing money have in common?  I have experience with the musket and borrowing money so I’m going to draw the analogy that may help you become a better borrower. The History of the … Continue reading

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High Altitude Borrowing

I am aware of the correlation between the lack of oxygen and impaired brain function.  I experienced that first hand in army flight school when they put us in the hypobaric chamber to simulate the effects of high altitude.  We … Continue reading

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The Helicopter Pilot and the Borrower

I was hooked on flying by the U.S. army aviation brochure in the recruiter’s office.  I wanted to jump behind the controls of a helicopter and take off.  But first I spent 15 months learning weather, aerodynamics, instrument flying and … Continue reading

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