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Wildgun, C Troop 2nd Plt, 11th Cavalry Regiment  Popular

In memory and honor of those who served with my Plt in Nam. Information on Agent Orange, PTSD, Diabetes and more.
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Woman Marine Memoirs  Popular

Personal narrative of a Vietnam-era Woman Marine from enlistment through discharge. Veterans add-a-flag, resources, honoring military women and military poems. Come experience the Corps of the 60's!
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Women of War Veterans ~ Overcoming PTSD  Popular

Here at WOW.... Wives and Partners of War Veterans diagnosed with combat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) join together in support to gain strength in coping with the lasting effect of war.
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Women's Army Corps Veterans Association  Popular

The Woman's Army Corps (WAC) Mothers Association was founded during World War II (W.W.II) by some of the mothers of women in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) which later became the Women's Army Corps. The WAC Mothers' purpose was to help both men and women by serving in hospitals and USO's, selling bonds, mending clothes, sending comfort packages to the WACs and doing anything they could to make life more comfortable for the men and women serving their country. In 1984, Congress passed the bills that granted the Association a Federal Charter. President Ronald Reagan signed the Federal Charter into law on 30 October 1984. President Reagan proclaimed the first National Women Veterans Recognition Week beginning 11 November 1984.
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WWII Memories  Popular

This site is dedicated to my father and mother and the many others who served in the forces, were PoWs or had any kind of first hand experience of living through World War II.
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WWII Navy WAVES: Marcella Lenne  Popular

WWII Navy WAVES: Marcella Lenne home page.
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This Day in History
1759: British forces seize Basse-Terre and Guadeloupe from France.

1865: Union cavalry units continue to skirmish with Confederate forces in Henderson, North Carolina and Munsford Station, Alalbama.

1924: The U.S. Senate passes the Soldiers Bonus Bill.

1942: In retaliation for the British raid on Lubeck, German bombers strike Exeter and later Bath, Norwick, York, and other "medieval-city centres." Almost 1,000 English civilians are killed in the bombing attacks nicknamed "Baedeker Raids."

1945: The Soviet Army fights its way into Berlin.

1950: Chiang Kai-shek evacuates Hainan, leaving mainland China to Mao Zedong and the communists.

1975: At a speech at Tulane University, President Gerald Ford says the Vietnam War is finished as far as America is concerned. This was devastating news to the South Vietnamese, who were desperately pleading for U.S. support as the North Vietnamese surrounded Saigon for the final assault on the capital city.