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I grew up on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, and ever since like Norman Maclean, I am haunted by waters. **All photos taken by Natalie

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WHERE DID GENERAL DOUGLAS MACARTHUR REALLY LAND IN PANGASINAN?

I’ve been attending the annual MacArthur Landing commemoration in Dagupan City since I was in high school because I was a boy scout back then. The commemoration is celebrated every January 9 in a private property at Bonuan Blue Beach which is believed to be the landing site of MacArthur. 2,135 more words

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Little Rock Look Back: Land Swap Lands Park for Little Rock

April 23, 1892, marked the beginning of the City of Little Rock’s public park system.  On that date, the City officially took possession of land which would become what is now known as MacArthur Park. 301 more words

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Douglas MacArthur's Inspiring Farewell Speech to West Point, on Duty, Honor, Country

A few years ago, I heard Peace Activist (and West Point graduate) Paul K. Chappell speak.  Among the many interesting points of his talk, he mentioned a quote by General Douglas MacArthur: 1,636 more words

ON THIS DAY: April 19, 2018

April 19th is

Bicycle Day *

Rice Ball Day

John Parker Day *

Hanging Out Day *

National Garlic Day

Oklahoma City Bombing Commemoration Day * 969 more words

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Thought For the Day: A True Leader Becomes One Through Actions and Integrity

“A true leader has the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions, and the compassion to listen to the needs of others. He does not set out to be a leader, but becomes one by the equality of his actions and the integrity of his intent.” 6 more words

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