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The 9/11 Generation- Better Than the Boomers

Dean Barnett   In the 1960s, history called the Baby Boomers. They didn’t answer the phone. Confronted with a generation-defining conflict, the cold war, the Boomers–those, at any rate, who came to be emblematic of their generation–took the opposite path from their parents during World War II. Sadly, the excesses of Woodstock became the face […]

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Texas Sniper 1966

From Robert Schwenk in response to e-mail on “school survival: Interesting thoughts… as a veteran of the Texas Sniper, I can relate to the concept of “…instant chaos can happen instantaneously and end almost as abruptly…”.  That day in Austin 1966 was just before I joined the Navy and I was on the U of […]

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Education for Adaptability Post Virginia Tech

Updated 26 April, Original 21 March, 2007  In the wake of the Virginia Tech incident, must spend time thinking about the broader environment of their work place. Some time ago, I was struck by author Alvin Toffler’s quote that the illiterate of the 21st Century will not be those who cannot read nor write, but […]

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6 April, 2007  Received by e-mail and posted by PWH Will you give this to my Daddy? As a Company, Southwest Airlines is supporting “Red Fridays.” Last week I was in Atlanta, Georgia attending a conference. While I was in the airport, returning home, I heard several people behind me beginning to clap and cheer. […]

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Welcome to the Project White Horse Forum

22 Feb, 2007 The next step for this website will be to establish a forum for exchange of ideas. This will require development of “operational threads” for future editions.  The thrust is not the day-day of terrorism or HLS but rather questions regarding the long term implications to leaders and decision makers in light of […]

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