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Anthrax Vaccine Links and Information  Popular

Heres the story in living color if you want the straight facts with no government spin. Please folks if you need help or someone you love needs help get informed. I'm not grinding my own ax here. I just don't like to see them do to you what they did to the Vietnam Vet. Anthrax Vaccine Links and Information
Added on: 31-Aug-2001 | hits: 1235
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AOWAC  Popular

The website listed below is an excellent site to inform all vets and their family members about Agent Orange related Disease. http://www.aowac.org/
Added on: 23-Aug-2001 | hits: 1481
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Center for Disease Control  Popular

An excellent source for info on Hep-C.
Added on: 31-Aug-2001 | hits: 1239
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Christian American Veterans  Popular

The CAV is a ministry of Grace Baptist Church of Brookfield, Missouri. It was started by a Gulf War veteran with the help of his Pastor. We minister and spread God's Word to our local veterans as well as those that we can reach through our website.
Added on: 20-Jul-2002 | hits: 1802
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Defense Prisioner of War/Missing Personnel Office  Popular

The information assembled on the following pages is to assist readers in understanding the U.S. Government effort to achieve the fullest possible accounting of our missing in action -- from all wars. U.S. military and civilian personnel are at work daily in locations across the globe, seeking information from our former enemies.
Added on: 26-Aug-2001 | hits: 1754
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Finding support for those who gave us freedom  Popular

Veteran Survival is intended to match needy veterans with appropriate private sector assistance.
Added on: 26-Nov-2002 | hits: 1275
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Heathers Veterans  Popular

HeathersVeterans.org is the official website of Heather French Henry Miss America 2000. Heathers foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to Homeless Veterans, And Veterans health issues
Added on: 04-Sep-2001 | hits: 1913 | Rating: 8 (3 Votes)

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National Archives and Records Administration  Popular

To ensure ready access to essential evidence that documents the rights of American citizens, the actions of federal officials, and the national experience.
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National Center For Post Traumatic Stress Disorder  Popular

A page dedicated to the understanding and research of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder for all those suffering from or desiring a better understanding of PTSD
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National Institutes Institute of Health  Popular

For more information on Hep-C
Added on: 31-Aug-2001 | hits: 1419
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The Patriot's Inn | Pennsylvania's POW/MIAs  Popular

Dedicated to remembering our Nations [and Pennsylvania's] heroes who remain unaccounted for.
Added on: 02-Sep-2001 | hits: 1615
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Veterans Aimed Toward Awareness Info on Hep-C  Popular

If you would like more information about HCV
Added on: 31-Aug-2001 | hits: 1282 | Rating: 8 (1 Vote)

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1099: Christian Crusaders march around Jerusalem as Muslims watch from within the city.

1686: The Austrians take Budapest from the Turks and annex Hungary.

1709: Peter the Great defeats Charles XII at Poltava, in the Ukraine, effectively ending the Swedish empire.

1758: The British attack on Fort Carillon at Ticonderoga, New York, is foiled by the French.

1794: French troops capture Brussels, Belgium.

1863: Port Hudson, the Confederate stronghold on the Mississippi River in Louisiana, falls to Nathaniel Banks Union force.

1864: Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston retreats into Atlanta to prevent being flanked by Union General William T. Sherman.

1941: 20 B-17s fly in their first mission with the Royal Air Force over Wilhelmshaven, Germany.

1943: American B-24 bombers strike Japanese-held Wake Island for the first time.

1959: Maj. Dale R. Ruis and Master Sgt. Chester M. Ovnand become the first Americans killed in the American phase of the Vietnam War when guerrillas strike a Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG) compound in Bien Hoa, 20 miles northeast of Saigon.