A personal story of the thoughts, emotions and events during the time when my husband was drafted to go to Vietnam ~ with the 2nd 34th Armor - 4th Infantry Div.
Preparing for BMT can be extremely nerve wracking. However, it's nothing to be scared of. You will come out a better, stronger, and smarter person. Read more to learn about my experience.
Van T. Barfoot, one of only 5 American Indians to be a Congressional Medal of Honor recipient during the 20th century, and all around American hero and patriot, fought his owner's association and won.
The story that I'm emphasizing here is of the Surrender of Camp Carroll. The "surrender" takes place in 1972. Camp Carroll was a United States Marine Corps artillery base during the Vietnam War. It was located at 8 km southwest of the town of...
Learn why it is important to gain promotion points through Army Skillport courses and what Skillport is worth in terms of promotion points.
Have you ever spent time around military people and not understood what they were talking about? When my husband first said "Hand me the 100mph tape." I looked at him like he was crazy. What the heck is 100mph tape? Or how about hook pile tape? Or slide fastener and thong? Even a pull the dot...
How does the soldier handle himself in a country always at war? What does he think of himself as the nation around him puts him on a pedestal?
This is a short collection of some of the very saddest stories that have been personally told to me by the men who fought in the WAR in Vietnam.
Located in Grand Prairie, Texas, Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery is a beautiful final resting places for our nation's military heroes.
Paintings show Civil War soldiers with a backpack, but what was inside that? Of course, he needed a blanket, his metal cup and hopefully a dry pair of socks. Beyond that, each added things he wanted.