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L’Affaire Genêt and the Washington’s 1793 Neutrality Proclamation

November 28, 2021

Leaders of the French send a new ambassador to the U.S. with the goal of convincing George Washington to support France in its wars against European powers. Instead, the ambassador’s actions force Washington to issue the Neutrality Proclamation of 1794.

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Becoming Slaves to King Cotton

November 21, 2021

By the time the American Revolution ended in 1783, the Industrial Revolution was gathering steam. English inventions in the textile industry were making it cheaper to manufacture linen and wool…

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We Need a Strong Navy

November 14, 2021

Ever since the American Revolution, the U.S. has depended on freedom of the seas to trade with other nations. In every major conflict, the role of the U.S. Navy was decisive in helping ensure victory. Without control of the Atlantic, victory in Europe in WWI or WWII would not have been possible. And during the Cold War, had the Soviets invaded Europe, we would have fought the third Battle of the Atlantic.

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A Revolution Partly Fueled By Madeira Wine

November 7, 2021

The quote “in wine there is romance, in beer there is freedom and in water, there is only bacteria” is reputed to come from Benjamin Franklin. While one can smile…

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Latest Interviews

Interview about Flight of the Pawnee with LTC Denny Gillem from Frontlines of Freedom

January 26, 2021 |

I was interviewed by the host of Frontlines of Freedom, retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Denny Gillem earlier this month. The interview is part of Hour #2, Podcast #682 and…

Interview in the TEXAS JEWISH POST

December 20, 2020 |

In early December 2020, Deb Silverthorn from the Texas Jewish Post interviewed me. This is the link to the interview…. Retired Navy officer Marc Liebman debuts new novel



Articles from Military History Now.com

October 3rd, 2021 - Mustang Versus Corsair, Which Is the Better Fighter - https://militaryhistorynow.com/2021/10/03/mustang-vs-corsair-inside-the-u-s-navys-1944-match-up-between-the-two-fighters/

August 12th, 2021 – Dogfighting – A Primer on Fighter Combat in World War II - https://militaryhistorynow.com/2021/08/12/dogfighting-a-primer-on-fighter-combat-in-world-war-two/

July 17th, 2021 - F4U Corsair – A Brief History of America’s Legendary Gull-Winged Fighter - https://militaryhistorynow.com/2021/07/17/the-f4u-corsair-a-brief-history-of-americas-legendary-gull-winged-fighter/

May 5th, 2021 - HMS Victorious - Meet the British Carrier that Joined the U.S. Navy in WW2  -


March 28th, 2021 - "U.S.S. Ranger - Meet the Only Original U.S. Carrier to Fight in the Atlantic"


February 10th, 2021 - "The Thunderbirds Go to War"


January 19th, 2021 - "Wildcat versus the Zero - Resetting the Record" -



Article from AERO Magazine (Hungarian) 

May 2021 - Száznegyven helikopter éles bevetésen | English Translation
Online: https://airbase.blog.hu/2021/06/07/tizennegy_nemzet_szaznegyven_helikopter


Ski Industry Articles

October, 2021 - "Market Update: Senior Skiers by the Numbers," NSAA JOURNAL, Fall 2021 issue. 

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Seeds of a Fiasco – NEO in Afghanistan

Many of us watched chaos while the U.S. tried to evacuate American citizens as well as those who helped the United States and its Allies during our 20-year presence in Afghanistan. From news reports, the evacuation, known in military circles as a Non-Combatant Evacuation Operation or NEO, didn’t go as planned. NEOs are a U.S….