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In spite of being shot eight times, Mitchell Red Cloud, Jr. ordered his men to tie him to a tree so he could keep fighting, action for which he received the Medal of Honor. Red Cloud was the third of four Native Americans to be awarded the Medal of Honor in Korea.✯

In spite of being shot eight times, Mitchell Red Cloud, Jr. ordered his men to tie him to a tree so he could keep fighting, action for which he received the Medal of Honor. Red Cloud was the third of four Native Americans to be awarded the Medal of Honor in Korea.✯

Vietnam War POW blinks “Torture” in Morse code during an interview -- Jeremiah Denton who in a 1966 interview, while captive, was compelled to say that conditions for American soldiers were good. But while saying audibly that everything was fine, he blinked a message in Morse code: “T-O-R-T-U-R-E.” The story is documented in his book When Hell Was in Session. Here’s a clip from the interview…

Vietnam War POW blinks “Torture” in Morse code during an interview -- Jeremiah Denton who in a 1966 interview, while captive, was compelled to say that conditions for American soldiers were good. But while saying audibly that everything was fine, he blinked a message in Morse code: “T-O-R-T-U-R-E.” The story is documented in his book When Hell Was in Session. Here’s a clip from the interview…

Sammy Davis, Jr., a United Service Organizations performer and part of President Nixon’s anti-drug program, talks with troops at Bien Hoa Air Force Base, Vietnam on February 22, 1972. Davis, a World War II veteran, observed a different military experience in Vietnam: “They’re regarding men as individuals. When I was in the Army, I was on a post where a colored guy couldn’t get his hair cut.” (National Archives)

Sammy Davis, Jr., a United Service Organizations performer and part of President Nixon’s anti-drug program, talks with troops at Bien Hoa Air Force Base, Vietnam on February 22, 1972. Davis, a World War II veteran, observed a different military experience in Vietnam: “They’re regarding men as individuals. When I was in the Army, I was on a post where a colored guy couldn’t get his hair cut.” (National Archives)

Vietnam War. Private First Class Joseph Big Medicine Jr., a Cheyenne Indian, writes a letter to his family in the United States. He is a member of Company G, 2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, on a search, clear and destroy mission, seven miles east of the Marine Combat Base at An Hoa, Vietnam circa late 1960s

Vietnam War. Private First Class Joseph Big Medicine Jr., a Cheyenne Indian, writes a letter to his family in the United States. He is a member of Company G, 2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, on a search, clear and destroy mission, seven miles east of the Marine Combat Base at An Hoa, Vietnam circa late 1960s

Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf  Jr.           1934-2012  From his decorated service in Vietnam to the historic liberation of Kuwait and his leadership of United States Central Command, General Schwarzkopf stood tall for the country and Army he loved

Desert Storm commander Norman Schwarzkopf dies at 78

Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf Jr. 1934-2012 From his decorated service in Vietnam to the historic liberation of Kuwait and his leadership of United States Central Command, General Schwarzkopf stood tall for the country and Army he loved

General George H. Walls Jr., was Marine Brigadier General. General Walls served as a Program Manager, Engineer Systems, US Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia. He has 12 years of experience as a Department Chair and Senior Administrator on public university campuses. He served as an Officer of the U.S. Marine Corps for 28 years. He was Special Assistant to the Chancellor and Assistant Secretary to the Board of Trustees at North Carolina Central University. He served as a Special Assistant to…

General George H. Walls Jr., was Marine Brigadier General. General Walls served as a Program Manager, Engineer Systems, US Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia. He has 12 years of experience as a Department Chair and Senior Administrator on public university campuses. He served as an Officer of the U.S. Marine Corps for 28 years. He was Special Assistant to the Chancellor and Assistant Secretary to the Board of Trustees at North Carolina Central University. He served as a Special Assistant to…

#SEALOfHonor .... Honoring Army Staff Sgt. Mark A. Stets Jr. who selflessly sacrificed his life five years ago, February 3, 2010 in Pakistan for our great Country. Please help me honor him so that he is not forgotten. http://www.iraqwarheroes.org/stets.htm

#SEALOfHonor .... Honoring Army Staff Sgt. Mark A. Stets Jr. who selflessly sacrificed his life five years ago, February 3, 2010 in Pakistan for our great Country. Please help me honor him so that he is not forgotten. http://www.iraqwarheroes.org/stets.htm

Schwarzkopf was honored by President George H.W. Bush, Congress, Queen Elizabeth II and the governments of nearly every coalition nation where he served

Stormin' Norman dies at 78: General Schwarzkopf who led U.S. troops to victory against Saddam in first Gulf War passes away

Schwarzkopf was honored by President George H.W. Bush, Congress, Queen Elizabeth II and the governments of nearly every coalition nation where he served

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