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Old Sarge: Remembering Veterans Day

Posted by in Military Interests, Veterans, Vietnam War

The veteran may be the aged fellow who is still trying to shut out the images of the Tet Offensive of 1968, and still remembers how his former best friend in high school called him “baby killer” and “willing tool of the “war mongers.”


From D-Day to Khe Sanh, America is Nothing Without its Veterans

Posted by in History, Veterans, Vietnam War

This was one of the events that made that generation shine, without a doubt. Oh, they had their faults; racial prejudice was a problem, and many people were hardened and bitter, having endured the Great Depression


Though 70 Years Have Passed, The Legacy of D-Day Remains

Posted by in American History, National Defense, World War II

In many ways, D-Day was America’s battle. Every branch of the armed forces fought during the invasion of Normandy. The Navy delivered the troops. The (Army) Air Force took command of the sky. Sixty U.S. Coast Guard cutters provided search and rescue. Even a handful of Marines were on hand. And 160,000 GIs hit the beaches.


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