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CPL Kyle Carpenter, Medal of Honor Recipient

Cpl Kyle Carpenter is one of the very few living Medal of Honor Recipient’s in U.S. Military History today.  Cpl Carpenter was in 2nd Battalion 9th Marines 1st Marine Division… 506 more words

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Question of the Week: March 30, 2015

Last week at Pamplin Historical Park we poured a small base to support a new monument hewn from Vermont granite. It will commemorate the six men from the Green Mountain State who received the Medal of Honor for their actions on April 2, 1865 at Petersburg. 46 more words

Question Of The Week

The Evening Post: How Do Call of Duty and Battlefield Misrepresent War

Tonight on the latest episode from the PBS Game/Show YouTube channel, let’s talk about Call of Duty.  Call of Duty, Battlefield, and Medal of Honor are among some of the most popular games right now, meaning that war is also on the forefront of a lot of gamer’s minds. 88 more words

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Help Honor Our Black American Vietnam Veterans, Vietnam Veterans' Day is March 29th

Vietnam Veterans’ Day is March 29th in Wisconsin and about a dozen other states. There is a national push taking place right now. Learn more at… 462 more words

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Medal of Honor Day...

That’s today.  If you know  a recipient,  you know greatness.   If you have ever been introduced to one,  you have met valor.   I have met two,  and remain in awe of them both.

Honoring A South Milwaukee Hero

“I’m just a caretaker, a soldier doing his job.”

Those are the humble words of a real hero, South Milwaukee resident Gary Wetzel. Gary, a Medal of Honor recipient for his actions in the Vietnam War, was named Milwaukee County Veteran of the Year today and had a street sign and monument dedicated in his honor. 46 more words

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UPDATE: The True Story that began in Vietnam with a U.S. Government Issue body bag and ended up one of the finest stories ever finally told.

By Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Citation in You Tube format read by President Regan below.


This was shared with me this afternoon by my cyber-buddy, Jim O’Neill, U.S. 50 more words