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Honoring Our Soldiers

Twentieth Century
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Twentieth Century "Angel of Mercy" -- D. R. Howe (Glencoe, MN) treats the wounds of Private First Class D. A. Crum (New Brighton, PA), "H" Company, 2nd Battalion, Fifth Marine Regiment, during Operation Hue City.

Commentary: The Prez and Vietnam

Commentary: The Last Full Measure Of Devotion

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Archived Articles That Honor Veterans:

A Tour of Battlefields

World War II Vets-Get To Know Them

A Chaplain's story

30th Anniversary Of the Fall Of Saigon

Dragon Lady Dies

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a chaplain in time, May 30 1969

More Archives :

No one Dies Unless They Are Forgotten

Faces Behind The Names (.pdf book)

Deserters To The Rescue(story)

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keep them flying, war 2 poster
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U.S. army troops taking a break while on patrol during the Vietnam War Date
In Memory: Dan Brake
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Dan Brake

God Bless Dan Brake. We will will miss him. He was a great guy. Check out this tribute: Dan Brake

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General William C. Lee

We remember and honor all veterans and families that have made the ultimate sacrifice. We honor only a very few below. If we have seen an obit before on this website, that is not featured in this memorial day tribute, please let us know. We will try to find it and post it on our home page after the holidays. Our intention is not to overlook anyone we have featured before. God Bless and have a wonderful holiday.

General William C. Lee

James Blue

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I love my brother Raz. All my Brothers were so lucky that he was a part of our family. Raz was in the Navy and then in the Marines

George Raz Autry II

Victoria Bigham

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"They may have died in vain but they lived in honor"

Phil Woodall : Rhymer In Sunset Author

Bob "Scotty" Scott: a paratrooper, a fighter.

Fred Ellis: funny, wild, three purple hearts

Gary "Doc" Smith: warrior with big heart

Tim "Sarge" O' Connor: soldier, author

Lamar Hunt: Chaplain, author, musician

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