Short Stories

Courage, And Hope

© Jack Woodville London i. Courage      “You men stand at ease.” Colonel Henderson looked at his notepad, scribbled something, then looked back up at the pilot and door gunner standing in front of him in the LZ command post.   “You say … Continue reading

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A Short History of Time, and Motion

© 2015 Jack Woodville London      “That’s no good,” he said.  “You have to stretch the ITB to open up the adductor magnus and gastrocnemius.  They’re key to glycogen replacement.”  He demonstrated, then smiled knowingly while I tried to follow.  “And … Continue reading

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