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Memorial Day

LOOK: Why We Celebrate Memorial Day

A tribute to ♥ Shifty Powers...a forgotten hero. World War II, Easy Company. Shifty Powers a hero has left us, this is his tribute. *Click* the photo for the complete story. BAND OF BROTHERS

Shifty Powers "Shifty" By Chuck Yeager

These Soldiers Came Together And Created A Beautiful Tribute To The Troops! | The Veterans Site Blog

Let us keep our Military Troops and their Families in Prayer especially during the Holiday Season! Thank you!

On May 28, 1980 Midshipman Elizabeth Ann (Belzer) Rowe became the first of 55 women to graduate from the U.S. Naval Academy, which had been established back in 1845.

Oveta Culp Hobby.. born in Killeen, Tx was the first woman awarded the U.S. Army Distinguished Service Medal in 1945 and 1st to wear the proper uniform for military nurses.She was the 1st secretary of the US Department of Health, Education & Welfare, 1st commanding officer of the Women's Army Corps, & chairperson of the board of the Houston Post. She died in Houston Tx. 1995. A library, a dorm at Texas A & M, a soldiers & family readiness center & an elementary school are all named for her.

Sgt. Jennifer Suarez has much to smile about these days: she has beaten brain cancer and returned to active duty in the Marine Corps. She is now serving as the commanding officer’s driver at The Basic School aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico. Full story: www.quantico.mari...

Justus Belfield, 98, salutes in photo taken by center staff on Tuesday. He passed away Wednesday. He spent his last full day on earth in his army uniform, lying in bed at Baptist Health Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Scotia with his wife Lillian in her own bed next to him.

WWII veteran passes away in Scotia with wife by his side

She was the first woman Marine major general, first woman nominated by the President for three-star rank, and first woman lieutenant general in U.S. armed service history. Happy Birthday to Gen. Carol Mutter and a big thank you for outstanding service!

Veterans Day--Thank you!

U.S. Marine Corps

Food for your eyes

Three Native American Marine Corps Women Reservists. The Native American Marine Corps Women Reservists are pictured at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. The Women Marines are: (left to right). Minnie Spotted Wolf (Blackfoot Tribe), Celia Mix (Potawatomi Tribe), and Viola Eastman (Chippewa Tribe). Photographed 16 October 1943.

Native Americans - Early 20th Century - 1940s.

Devil Dog

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Real Heroes! #marinecorps #marines #usmc #heroes


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Tammy Duckworth is the first Asian-American woman elected to Congress in Illinois, the first disabled woman to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, and the first member of Congress born in Thailand. She is an Iraq War veteran who served as a U.S. Army helicopter pilot, losing both of her legs and damaging her right arm. She was the first female double amputee from the war. She still continues to serve as a Lt. Colonel in the Army National Guard.

1 set of turn out gear for each firefighter lost on 9/11. God bless our first responders.

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September 11, 2001

Some of the first women sworn into US Marine Corps. [August, 1918]

52 Powerful Photos Of Women Who Changed History Forever

True Heroes

During her historic military career, Brigadier General Hazel Johnson won many awards. These included the Distinguished Service Medal, the Legion of Merit, the Meritorious Service Medal, and the Army Commendation Medal with Oak Cluster. She was also twice named the Army Nurse of the Year.

7 Facts About General Hazel Johnson-Brown

Ensign Jane Kendeigh, a US Navy nurse, was the first Navy flight nurse to reach Iwo Jima after the Allied invasion, March 1945.

Once Upon A Time In War

The women of the Vietnam War - Flight nurses (aka: "Nam Angels") care for wounded men being transported.

The Vietnam War Era

A nurse lands in the Saigon River during a recent maneuver in Vietnam on Dec. 28, 1964. The parachuting nurses, a new corps which is flown into battle areas and dropped to attend to the wounded, is one of the most recent uses of women in the government?s struggle against the Viet Cong. (AP Photo/Horst Faas) ID: 6412280130

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