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Pfc. Jackson at the Battle of Peleliu

Remembrance by Ken Buckles Peleliu Medal of Honor Two Purple Hearts Art Jackson was the State of Oregon’s last living World War II Marine to receive the Medal of Honor, the highest military decoration for bravery. He received the medal as the result of his heroic actions during the Battle …

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Jim “Horse Collar” Smith Marine Corps Raider served in both WWII and the Korean War

Jim “Horse Collar” Smith Jim “Horse Collar” Smith, a Marine Corps Raider who served in both World War II and the Korean War, passed away in Fairfax, Va., Jan. 3 at the age of 101. From USMC and WWII National Museum James Smith was known as Horse Collar. He earned …

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Marine Capt. Livingston, under fire, led the charge into enemy territory to rescue Marines

Can’t Livingston General Livingston For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty while serving as Commanding Officer, Company E, in action against enemy forces. MOH JAMES EVERETTE LIVINGSTON Company E launched a determined assault on the heavily fortified village of …

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Col. Cohn, Fugitive from Nazi Germany, served in U.S. Army, WWII, Korea and Nam

Frank Cohn, left, with an Army buddy during World War II. Patriot Joined U.S. Army After Fleeing Nazi Germany NOV. 9, 2021 | BY DAVID VERGUN, DOD NEWS WWII veteran Frank Cohn was born Aug. 2, 1925, in Breslau, Germany, the only child of Martin and Ruth Cohn.  Cohn’s father owned a …

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Texas Army won the battle at San Jacinto in 18 minutes: Texas gained independence from Mexico.

Texas. Library of Congress Sam Houston and the Battle for Texas Independence “Remember the Alamo” All information in the report based on LOC Sam Houston served in the U.S. House of Representatives and as governor of Tennessee when he moved to Texas in 1832. At the time he arrived, Texas was …

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The Rifleman: Maj. Mike Anti , Airborne, Ranger, Olympic Medalist Is Head Coach At Naval Academy

Olympic Shooting Medalist Now Head Coach at Naval Academy U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program marksman Maj. Michael Anti (center) shoots his way to a silver medal in the men’s 50-meter rifle three-position event in the 2004 Summer Olympic Games at Markopoulo Olympic Shooting Centre in Greece. JAN. 4, 2022 …

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Army Ranger Veteran, Singer, Songwriter, Actor Kris Kristofferson

Kris Kristofferson, poses in his Army uniform sometime in the early 1960s. Sports Heroes Who Served: Singer, Songwriter, Actor Kris Kristofferson Is Also an Army Veteran MARCH 23, 2021 | BY DAVID VERGUN, DOD NEWS Kris Kristofferson is a famous singer-songwriter and actor. He is also an award-winning college athlete, a Rhodes …

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Navy SEALs 1st Commander, “Shark Man of the Delta” has died

Rogue Warrior Richard [email protected]  · Writer Rogue Warrior’s Shark Man of the Delta It is with great sadness to learn of the passing of Commander Richard “Dick” Marcinko (Demo Dick; Shark Man of the Delta; Rogue Warrior) on 25 Dec 2021. A retired Navy SEAL commander and Vietnam War veteran, CDR Marcinko …

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Remembering Flying Legend F-14 pilot Dale Snort Snodgrass killed in plane crash in July

Dale Snort Snodgrass | a legendary F-14 pilot with more than 4,800 hours and 1,200 carrier landings in a Tomcat. A former Top Gun instructor, he was Fighter Pilot of the Year in 1985 Naval Institute reported Former U.S. Navy F-14 demo pilot, Dale “Snort” Snodgrass has died in a …

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Biden to Governors’ Resistance Movement: Look, there is no federal solution. This gets solved at a state level

Governors have sued Biden for his federal Mandates and orders and have won. the Covid, supposedly de politicized has taken over all reason it seems. Governor’s met remotely to discuss the situation, demanding that the issue cannot be taken out of their hands. The Gist of the meeting: Gov Hutchison, …

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