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On 70th Anniversary of D-Day – Remembering One Man’s Story

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The truth is old soldiers do die, but they don’t ever fade away. Read More »

DVD Review: Pathfinders: In the Company of Strangers

The full account of the Pathfinder mission during World War II. Read More »

Eisenhower Believed Allied Victory Was Inspiration for Fighting Global Hunger

If America has enough resolve to battle world hunger, we can take the greatest step there is toward world peace. Read More »

Book Review: Turbulence by Giles Foden

Turbulence plays a role in science and life is main theme of novel based on forecasting weather for D-Day. Read More »

DVD Review: Lest They Be Forgotten – D-Day Remembered

Hundreds of American war veterans' personal narratives have been preserved in the video series, "Lest They Be Forgotten." Read More »

Book Review: Deathride: Hitler vs. Stalin: The Eastern Front, 1941-1945 by John Mosier

Stalin killed so many messengers that he soon began to hear only of great successes and marvelous victories. Read More »

Memorial Day Memories

James Hyatt decided not to let another parade go by without him. Read More »