While watching the news unfold on the Mainstream Media (“MSM”) news networks all across the board today on March 22, 2017 (ironically enough with the cryptic dateline being “322″ for all the conspiracy theorists) relating to the new London “terrorist attacks” involving one lone nutjob who simply was armed with an “8 inch hunting knife” […]
APACHE BLUES: The Soldiers Unknown documents two filmmakers’ 8,000 mile journey across the country to separate fact from fiction in what they have been taught about the Vietnam War
It is quite obvious why various elements of the Deep State are vehemently against President Donald Trump’s temporary immigration ban and increased vetting procedures from certain countries in the world, and no, it’s not because they are “compassionate” or even give a damn about these people. This is obvious because these same Deep State elements […]
On the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, the remaining survivors of the invasion will finally have a fitting memorial at which to pay tribute to their fallen comrades.
U.S. Senator Gary Peters helped honor local Vietnam War veterans on Tuesday. “It’s nice to see public recognition of the service that was done during the Vietnam era,” said Peter Vincent, one of the veterans being honored.
Seventy-five years ago on Sunday, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 which authorized the imprisonment of Japanese Americans.
Investigators strongly suspected a UK lawyer’s Iraqi clients were making bogus allegations against British troops from the outset but the false claims were allowed to flourish, a senior whistle blower has told The Sunday Telegraph.
Two World War II veterans from different families who attended the same church, died within hours of each other this week.
President Barack Obama has signed legislation that bestows one of the nation’s highest civilian awards on veterans of the American World War II spy agency founded by a New Yorker.
Seventy-five years after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor and pushed the U.S. to enter World War II, some American veterans of the battle are in Hawaii to commemorate the anniversary Wednesday.
The attack on Pearl Harbor took place 75 years ago. The Veterans for Veterans program held a special appreciation dinner on Saturday to honor those who fought in World War II.
by Gary Slaughter, Author of Sea Stories: A Memoir of a Naval Officer (1956-1967) During the late summer of 1963, U.S.S. Cony (DDE 508) was assigned to assist in the Operational Readiness Inspections (ORI) of two nuclear ballistic missile submarines (SSBNs). The most significant aspect of the ORIs involved the actual firing of the submarines’ […]
The woman whose kiss was seen around the world thanks to an iconic photograph taken at the end of World War II has died at age 92,
Trump Triumph of the Will and Clinton Love Fest in context made it hard to focus… “I’m going to share with you a wonderful little civics lesson about the glory of our system of government: Everybody hates everybody.” — “Luke” BrainDead The Term Kiosk is French and should be avoided! I’ve been struggling to make […]
I didn’t want to let anybody down.– Gary Rose There’s another type of stolen valor besides the wannabe pretending as something he could never be. This is the story of delayed recognition, in the face of courage by the bureaucratic nonsense and fear of petty tyrants that history might expose them. History has. The battle […]
Indie film distributor Gravitas Ventures acquired video on demand (VOD) and home video rights to “My Father’s Vietnam,”a new documentary from director Soren Sorensen.
In the final days of World War II, an 18-year-old Army private from Missouri named Arla Wayne Harrell was sent to Camp Crowder in the southwest corner of the state, where he said he was twice exposed to mustard gas.
David Swanson unmasks the propaganda logic behind Amazon.com’s “Man in the High Castle” and U.S. celebrations of failure.
Did you know Russian President Vladimir Putin presented America with a beautiful sculpture to commemorate the fallen towers of New York City,on the 5th anniversary of 9/11 ?
A memorial event was held at Horse Guards Parade, attended by the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall.
It’s summer time. And while I could certainly report on the failed efforts and initiatives of congress or which presidential hopefuls really have veterans’ initiatives at heart, I’m pausing that drama to bring you information on something far more intriguing to me at the moment – Dr. Steve Stahl’s Shell Shock.
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The pursuit of wealth, fame and treasure in America is a staple to its history. In the early days, men and women alike flocked to the west in pursuit of gold. Today, some sue cities to gain a bit of wealth, others play lottery, and some use their elected office for personal financial gain. A […]
Did Congress pass law in 1958 giving Confederate veterans status under law equal to U.S. veterans? Southern Studies Institute says NO. Check it out
Former NFL Player, Imperial Ethiopian Bodyguard, North Korean Defector, UN Official, Peace Activist Unite to Honor Veterans and Hope for Peace at 8th Annual Armistice Day Peace Concert & Vigil
The Delphos Canal Museum hosted a discussion with three World War II veterans Sunday, with the hope of preserving a piece of American history.
As the United States and Vietnam mend and strengthen relations, a congressional ceremony here today commemorated a time 50 years ago when the two nations parted ways.
Seventy-one years ago today, on D-Day, nearly 160,000 Allied troops were among the first wave of forces that landed on the beaches of Normandy.
When World War II veterans see the 80,000-pound olive green vehicle parked in Craig Morehead’s Elkhart County field, memories come flooding back.
When American soldier Allen Thomas waved goodbye to his twins at an airport in Korea in 1971, he had no idea it would be the last time he would see them.