Time for Norwich to Change its Tune?

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There is nothing like gathering with fellow grads, current students, parents, and friends of the university for a Norwich event – especially on the Hill during the brief Fall months. Eager spectators mingle on the sidelines as the artillery section mans its guns and the biggest Corps of Cadets in history forms up on the Upper Parade […]

I.C.E. Man – Rob Pincus

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Rob Pincus (NU 94) is one of the country’s most well-known and successful experts on reality-based defensive training. He has authored six books, shipped over five million DVDs, and his online training videos have accumulated millions of viewing minutes. He is a prolific industry writer, an experienced television personality, and a sought after guest who […]

Major General Harmon Surfaces on YouTube

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I’ve learned a lot about Major General Harmon over the past few years but had never heard his voice…until now. His 1962 speech to World War II combat veterans of the 2nd Armored Division (“Hell on Wheels”) starts at 3:11 but this link will bring you right to the heartwarming conclusion at 13:45. The whole speech […]

Norwich Christmas Gifts – Order Now!

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 Thinking of buying copies of Norwich Matters or Norwich Heroes for Christmas? If so, consider ordering now. All book orders received before midnight December 19th will ship immediately and pre-Christmas delivery is guaranteed (U.S. Only…add some time for APOs). Also, If you’d like your books signed just send a note to rhm@randallhmiller.com immediately after placing […]

Putting Faces to Veteran’s Day 2013

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The following is an excerpt from Norwich Heroes. The Illusion Captain Chris Leitch and his crew of two couldn’t have been happier when they departed Grand Bahama Island aboard the Illusion, a beautiful 67-foot sailboat, bound for Newport, Rhode Island, where the boat’s new owners eagerly awaited its arrival. When they departed on May 3, […]

On Hogan’s Heroes

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One of my non-Norwich Facebook friends recently asked me a question I’ve heard many times over the years. “Why do Norwich people go nuts when they hear the theme from Hogan’s Heroes?” This one is tough to explain to people outside of the tribe but I’ll give it a shot.