Defense Media Network just posted my article about Admiral William Pye, the temporary Commander in Chief Pacific Fleet, who lost his nerve. www.defensemedianetwork.com/stories/the-abandoned-relief-of-wake-island/
The new MWSA website works well with a variety of media: images, audio, video, and more. It is tempting to add media to content simply because we can.
While many members are rushing to include media content in posts, remember that there can be "too much of a good thing" — and that's especially true of multimedia content online. Images and various media files are large. Unlike YouTube or Hulu, we don't have unlimited bandwidth or a room of servers. Adding media wisely means our website will be faster and easier to use for more people.
I've been asked a few times why some aspects of the MWSA website are still changing. There are several answers for this:
I’ve spent the majority of my adult life protecting people in some manner whether alone or with a team, unarmed or carrying concealed weapons. Shadowing people of all levels on executive protection details may sound exciting, but they encompass tiring, long hours of extreme alertness.
Author of Windshift, USERNAME, In the Shadow of Suribachi, For Shrieking Out Loud