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February 1, 1973.

A photograph is published on the front page of the Bay Times.

A photograph taken in 1968.

Five years had done nothing to lessen the photograph’s weight and impact. 1,357 more words


The Wall

The Wall

by: RonFord

I sit and cry and think of his grave,
I wonder what Andy missed today.
He gave his life a world away… 102 more words




by: RonFord


Blood Guts and Pain
Was it all in Vain?
Old Gory Waves
and I can See
My Buddy was Killed,
Glad it was not me. 121 more words


Numbers Can Be Deceptive

by: john harrison

When I originally enlisted in the Army it was for Warrant Officer Flight School at Ft. Rucker, Alabama. While I had to complete the flight school to actually become a warrant officer, I was guaranteed on enlisting that was where I would be sent. 1,325 more words


The Band Plays On

Landing onto a Life

Some seventy years ago, Jim “Pee Wee” Martin was one of the “Band of Brothers,” a short, young kid in the United States Army’s 101st Airborne Division, floating down onto Normandy Beach in northern France, into Hell, into history. 275 more words


Kittens eliminate VC Eagles

ABBEVILLE – The 2015 season came to an end for the Vermilion Catholic Screaming Eagles on Friday night, after falling to the Southern Lab Kittens 34-12 in a Division IV semifinal game in Abbeville. 896 more words


Martha McNiece (1922-2015)

Casemate is sad to report that the Airborne Community lost one of its biggest supporters.  Martha McNiece passed away on Monday, October 19, peacefully with family by her side. 566 more words