Inspirational Testimonies of Faith and Courage
By Colonel Douglas V. Mastriano, Ph.D.
Colonel Douglas Mastriano, Ph.D. is a professor at the US Army War College and has served in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as throughout Europe and the U.S. 815 more words
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Never Stop Learning
The Battle of Leyte Gulf, also called the Battles for Leyte Gulf, and formerly known as the Second Battle of the Philippine Sea, is considered to be the largest naval battle in history. 1,403 more words
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I went to the angry tower.
*On the PS2 of course. I’m not that deluded.
I finished another game! This time it was Medal of Honor: Frontline, a game mentioned before in my roundup of 2013. 429 more words
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History Through Gaming
M1903 Springfield Photo Album
During World War II, many U.S. snipers used the M1903 Springfield bolt-action rifle, so it’s no surprise that their portrayals in modern media (like Pvt. 989 more words
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They say old folks do strange things. At least, I think that is what young people say about us when they talk about us at all —which isn’t all that often. 879 more words
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Osmond Kelly Ingram was a Gunner’s Mate First Class in the United States Navy during World War I who received the Medal of Honor posthumously. 397 more words
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Mission Photo Album
In August 1944, Allied troops were in the midst of a concerted push into France, determined to force the Germans back across the… 875 more words
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