Military History

Group Fights for WWI Veterans Cross

First Liberty Institute has filed a brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals to protect the 90-year-old cross-shaped Bladensburg World War I Veterans Memorial in Maryland from an atheist group that is pushing for its removal. The brief was filed in the Fourth Circuit court in conjunction with the law firm Jones Day for the American Legion, which erect... more

Vietnam Vet Photos Sought in Pennsylvania

The Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs has partnered with the Memorial Fund to locate a photo for every Pennsylvania service member who sacrificed their life in the Vietnam War. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund is trying to collect photos for each of the 58,307 men and women whose names are on the Vietnam Memorial in Wash... more

50th Anniversary of Vietnam War

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) conducted hundreds of events in VA facilities across the nation on Mar. 29 to recognize, honor and thank U.S. Vietnam veterans and their families for their service and sacrifices as part of the national Vietnam War Commemoration. VA, along with more than 9,000 organizations across the country, has joined w... more

Black History Month: Resources

Black History Month, or National African American History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans. African Americans have made a profound impact on America that continues in many areas including history, education, entertainment, literature, science, sports, politics, culture, and the military. A list of contribution... more

Museum to Honor Native American Vets

Honoring the thousands of Native Americans who served in various U.S. Military branches and better educating the public are the goals of the proposed National Native American Veterans Memorial. The project is being overseen by Kevin Gover, director of the Smithsonian Institute's National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI). The memorial will be... more

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