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Jesus Begins His Work


And at the end of eight days, when he was circumcised, he was called Jesus, the name given by the angel before he was conceived in the womb. 492 more words

How Army Uniforms Have Changed in the 241 Years Since Independence Day

From the Task and Purpose website

In the 241 years since the United States of America declared independence from the British Empire in 1776, the uniforms of those serving in the U.S. 57 more words


Sgt La David T. Johnson

Sergeant La David T. Johnson (c. 1992-2017) of the US Army was killed in action in Niger near the Mali border at the edge of the… 18 more words


Soldier for Life Program

The U.S. Army established Soldier For Life in July 2012 to maintain trust with our Army Family during and after service.  This initiative is designed to enable Soldiers, Retired Soldiers, Veterans and Families to leave military service “career ready”, and connect to an established network to find employment, education and health resources. 128 more words


264 - American Sniper (2014)

spacetime coordinates:  1998 – 2013 Texas,  Iraq War

American Sniper is a 2014 American biographical war drama film  directed by Clint Eastwood and written by  100 more words


Polly Lipscomb served as an Army Nurse in WWII

My book, They Did It for Honor: Stories of American WWII Veterans, contains five stories of female veterans who served during World War II. It’s not easy finding women veterans to interview as they were fewer in number than men. 418 more words


The Mysterious Origins of ‘HOOAH,’ The Army’s Beloved Battle Cry

From the Task and Purpose website

To a civilian, “hooah!” can sound like a completely nonsensical utterance, the guttural wail of an unhinged man on the verge of defeat… 118 more words