Kraig J. Rice

It All Depends On Me

"During World War II, a man took a tour through several of the plants where ammunition was made for the soldiers on the front line. When the tour was finished, the guide asked him if there was anything further he would like to know. He said, "Yes, I have one question. Over the door of each building I saw the word, IADOM. What does this mean?" The guide replied, "IADOM contains the first five letters of the slogan here. "It All Depends on Me." Until we realize our responsibility that "It all depends on me," this great world-wide harvest will never be completed."

This article quoted from the
Attempt the Impossible booklet, World Literature Crusade, page 36

The war diary of Sgt. Rice, U.S. Second Infantry Division, World War 2 (part 1)

The war diary of Sgt. Rice, U.S. Second Infantry Division, World War 2 (part 2)

A brief history of the U.S. Second Infantry Division, World War 2

Sgt. Hanford Maurice Rice- almost killed on the battlefield

Charlie Stone- D-Day Omaha Beach

The story of the Texas Dawson Expedition (battle)

How Kraig J. Rice got saved in the Navy (my testimony)

How to reload your own ammunition

Help with the "Hunting Unlimited" games

Miscellaneous Links
(under construction)

  • The coming world war as seen in bible prophecy
  • The military often helps make political change(s)

    There are some military articles online in the Pentecostal Evangel Magazines. These include but are not limited to:
    Military/War/KIA (Killed In Action/POW (Prisoner Of War)

  • Click here to go to my index to find their articles

    Chick Publications has a nice selection of tract booklets. One of my favorite military ones is titled "Holy Joe". You can view their complete listing at if you are interested in purchasing them.

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