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Leave No Man Behind

“I will never leave a fallen comrade to fall into the hands of the enemy” has been part of the spirit as well as the culture of the United States military. Those words are included in the U.S. Army Ranger Creed where they swear to bring their comrades home whether they are injured, captured, or dead.

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“OLD 666” And Its CREW: Job Well Done

Death has always been a companion to those serving in the line of fire. There’s always a chance for these soldiers to get hit by a sniper’s bullet, be buried alive, be hit by explosive devices, or be caught by the enemy. Definitely, the risk of being a solider cannot be fully known.

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Until We Meet Again Aboard USS Arizona

The famed USS Arizona was a magnificent battle ship that was hit by a Japanese torpedo during the war. The ship exploded and sank after a few minutes. Many of those who died were trapped below deck.

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Remembering The Heroes: RAF Bomber Command Memorial

This is one of the reasons why the RAF Bomber Command Memorial was created. It was a way of commemorating those brave souls who served in Bomber Command during the war. It is a way of remembering the sacrifice of the RAF crew who played an important part in winning the War.

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1942 Battle of Midway Revisited

On the quiet morning of June 4, 1942, roars of aircraft engines echoed through the air. The zooming sound of their wings filled the sky as the American troops gear up for battle. At that time, fear was an unknown word. Bravery was their only focus.

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A Pittance of Time – A Song of Remembrance

The Second World War is perhaps one of the bloodiest wars in history. World War II initiated war not only in a single region of the country, but all over the world. Millions of lives were lost. Millions of innocent people were slaughtered. Brave men and women risked their lives and took on the role of being the hero. They bravely waded through the front lines evading enemy attacks.

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The Swinemuende 1945 – Boca Raton 2006 – Story

Herbert Weber, Iserlohn, born 1931, had been a student at Hagen/Westphalia Secondary School since Sept. 1941. Due to the rising intensity of allied air raids on West German cities, students and teachers of his school were evacuated to more safer regions in Eastern Germany at the end of July 1943.

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4th Verse Star Spangle Banner – The Meaning behind the Words

Being the national anthem of the United States, The Star-Spangled Banner exudes patriotism at its finest. Initially a poem titled “Defense of Fort McHenry,” The Star-Spangled Banner was penned by a 35-year old lawyer and amateur poet named Francis Scott Key after he witnessed the bombardment of Fort McHenry by British forces in the year 1812.

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The F-22

“..And as we fly, we still may not know where we are going to. But the miracle is in the unfolding of the wings. You may not know where you’re going, but you know that so long as you spread your wings, the winds will carry you.” -C. JoyBell C. There are different kinds of…

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