Although Earl “Bo” Cline received his medals in the mail after returning home, he never had a proper ceremony, and one group wanted to change that.
Last month while visiting Washington, D.C., Emma Didlake met President Obama, who called her “a true American hero.”
Although not precipitated by an outbreak of flamethrower-related crime, city leaders in Warren are moving to ban the devices for all but law enforcement and other official users.
The recipient’s only living relative, who also served in WWII and received a Purple Heart, was given the medal at a recent ceremony.
Elgio Ramos, who helped free prisoners from concentration camps, said with the other problems they faced, a lost wallet just didn’t seem important.
If you are looking for a quick-shouldering, powerful weapon for brush hunting or truck duty, the $250 Mosin-Nagant M44 is an excellent value.
Thirty-six caskets holding the remains of U.S. Marines killed in the 1943 Battle of Tarawa were returned from battlefield interment last weekend.
Despite multiple offers for assistance, Johnnie Hodges declined the help, and when authorities arrived to evict him, he refused to leave the home.
Nick over at Ranger Up weighs in on the recent death of man among men, British actor and warrior poet Christopher Lee, and some of the bad asses he hung out with in WWII.
Although Raymond Garner lost his original medal more than 70 years ago, he only just requested a new one last year, and Blount County Veterans Affairs Director Nathan Weinbaum said at 91-years-old, they are just happy he’s still around to receive it.