the 1950's and 1960's, the United States and the Former Soviet Union prepared
for a war that never came. Machines, men, and (from what this picture of
Air Force Academy training indicates)
sneakers were at the ready... complete with an ever-watchful radome in the
have proposed many factors may have led to the end of the Cold War... have any proposed that the Former
Soviet Union was unable to perfect their version of the Chuck?
is a picture of some sneakers made by "PF Industries" for the United States Army. The man who sent
me the picture told me they are available from time to time as Army surplus, complete with the
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