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Akron Seabee Battalion Sea Cadet Corps  Popular

Every month, this site is updated with news, pictures, and a ?theme? focused on our Sea Cadets and sponsorship of the military.
Added on: 16-Dec-2004 | hits: 1007 | Rating: 3 (6 Votes)

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All Things Patriotic by the PalletMaster's Workshop  Popular

Here you will find a complete copy of the Declaration of Independence, The US Constitution, and the Bill Of Rights linked to these pages for those of you needing reference material for your children. I hope these pages, as they grow, will bring in you the spirit of our Founding Fathers!
Added on: 21-Jan-2004 | hits: 863
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Amateur Radio Military Appreciation Day  Popular

ARMAD is an annual Amateur Radio Special Event that stands for Amateur Radio Military Appreciation Day. We work with National Military Appreciation Month during the month of May.
Added on: 08-Jan-2005 | hits: 708
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American Young Heroes  Popular

Young Heroes is about extraordinary men and women Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, National Guard and Reservists in the military; some who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, sharing their stories and serving as role models for youth.
Added on: 20-May-2005 | hits: 704 | Rating: 9 (2 Votes)

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Army Paratrooper  Popular

This website is for all Paratroopers to come and link up and be with their own, to join in the camaraderie that the Airborne brotherhood is all about.
Added on: 24-Sep-2005 | hits: 1131 | Rating: 9 (5 Votes)

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Association of the 1st Battalion (Mechanized) 50th Infantry for Vietnam Veterans  Popular

Association of the 1st Battalion (Mechanized) 50th Infantry for Vietnam Veterans welcomes you!
Added on: 13-May-2003 | hits: 1049
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Australian Gunners  Popular

Home of the Australian Gunners on the internet.
Added on: 27-Mar-2006 | hits: 900
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Beirut Stamp  Popular

In memory of those lost to the first act of terrorism towards Americans October 23, 1983 and to the others who died while serving both before and after and to honor the Peacekeepers of the Multi-National Peacekeeping Force Beirut, Lebanon
Added on: 01-Oct-2004 | hits: 834 | Rating: 7 (3 Votes)

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Beirut Veterans  Popular

Information for and about the Beirut Veterans.
Added on: 23-May-2006 | hits: 830 | Rating: 8 (1 Vote)

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Bill  Popular

Bill?s Vietnam Memorial Page
Added on: 10-Apr-2006 | hits: 1027
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Bob Rohrer's Personal Website  Popular

Robert L. Rohrer, USMC, 1551264, 1956 - 1962.
Added on: 28-Apr-2003 | hits: 839 | Rating: 2 (1 Vote)

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Bud Anderson's P-51 Mustang Old Crow Web Page  Popular

Bud is a WWII Triple Ace who flew the P-51 Mustang, "Old Crow" while assigned to the 357th Fighter Group "Yoxford Boys", 8th Air Force, Leiston Field, United Kingdom.
Added on: 10-Mar-2004 | hits: 851
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Casper Aviation Platoon  Popular

Casper Aviation Platoon was the only separate aviation platoon in the United States Army during the Vietnam war. Casper was organized with the 173d Airborne Brigade on Okinawa in 1963 and arrived in country with the Brigade on May 5, 1965 becoming the first United States Army ground unit committed to the Vietnam War. Casper supported the Brigade until they all left the Republic of Vietnam in August 1971.
Added on: 02-May-2003 | hits: 1152 | Rating: 7 (2 Votes)

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Cobble John  Popular

This site is dedicated to our Grandfather PFC John Bruszewski, and it chronicles his journey through Europe with the 4th Cavalry Group.
Added on: 26-Dec-2009 | hits: 566
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cobra74 Creations  Popular

My name is Tim Kenney and I go by "cobra74" online. I have been associated with the AH-1 Cobra Gunship in one way or another for a long time. Hence the moniker and the Cobra's flying to the left.
Added on: 23-Mar-2008 | hits: 780
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Connie's Web History & Aviation  Popular

Planes, search lights, ships, subs, vacations, WW II & world history.
Added on: 13-Oct-2003 | hits: 722 | Rating: 9 (2 Votes)

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Continental Regiment Fife & Drum  Popular

Founded in 1996 in Lilburn, GA, the Continental Regiment Fife & Drum is dedicated to the preservation of 18th century military music.
Added on: 04-May-2003 | hits: 745
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Destroyer Escort Sailors Association  Popular

Here you can learn about the organization, how you can become a member and get the latest news and information from DESA. Also, learn about the "trim but deadly" Destroyer Escort and the men who manned these mighty US Navy and US Coast Guard ships during and post-WWII.
Added on: 07-Mar-2005 | hits: 736
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Distinguished Flying Cross Society  Popular

The Northwest Chapter of the Distinguished Flying Cross Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring the history and traditions of those who have been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.
Added on: 02-Feb-2005 | hits: 727
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Eagle Wings Group  Popular

We are a military support group comprised of individuals who are dedicated and unified in providing support to our Troops along with support to one another through friendship. Our emphasis and objective is on thanking our Military for their excellence and devotion in continually protecting us year round. We are committed and loyal in our encouragement to all of our branches of service, and we proudly extend the support and honor they so richly deserve.
Added on: 05-Jul-2005 | hits: 685 | Rating: 2 (1 Vote)

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1904: Japanese warships quit Port Arthur in order to cut off the Russian Baltic fleets advance.

1940: British troops carry out an air raid on Italian Somalia.

1944: The Germans launch the last major offensive of the war, Operation Mist, also known as the Ardennes Offensive and the Battle of the Bulge, an attempt to push the Allied front line west from northern France to northwestern Belgium. The Battle of the Bulge was the largest fought on the Western front.

1950: The U.S. 24th Infantry Division received the Distinguished Unit Citation (now the Presidential Unit Citation) for "extraordinary heroism in combat against a numerically superior enemy." The division, commanded by Major General William F. Dean, by then a prisoner of war, was the first U.S. division to enter the Korean War.

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1998: The United States launches a missile attack on Iraq for failing to comply with United Nations weapons inspectors.