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U.S. Army Rangers 75th Anniversary by Vale
U.S. Army Soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, stand in formation during an award ceremony hosted by Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno at Hunter Army Airfield, Ga., Oct. 26, 2012. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Teddy ...
What were the Japanese losses at Pearl Harbour? by pete hill
The Japanese "Type A" midget submarine HA-19 partially hauled up on and eastern Oahu beach, during salvage by U.S. forces. It had grounded on 7 December 1941, following attempts to enter Pearl Harbor during the Japanese attack, and was ...

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What a bloody idiot. How many school kids have you hung on the wall this month ?.
by von arnold - 7 hours ago
But the bears there didn't bear arms except the ones attached to their shoulders.
by None - 8 hours ago
I agree :cheer:
by bob - 23 hours ago
my Dad served in the North African campaign 1st Div rec'd copy of his Final Payout form # 370 on the statement ref to: Company =SS,Det of Pnts Regiment = 3593 SU, FGH would anyone know ...
by Guest - 1 day ago
History of my fathers war record please. Private Grenadier Guard. Enlisted Ormskirk/ sub district Bikerstaff No 1614122 Friday April 13 1934. Birth date 8 9 1911 in Formby, Lancashire ...
by Guest - 1 day ago
I need a photo of my father when he went in the army he was in Korea his name EVERT Harvey Who passed in 2014 but my sister and I would love to have a professional picture from when he ...
by Guest - 2 days ago
Colonel Terrance Vangen is my grandfather and he served for twenty five years in the United States Army as a officer retired as a full colonel. Then he worked for a federal agency called ...
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