When the United States entered into World War I in April 1917, the United States’ Regular Army only had a strength of 108,000 men, and was woefully unprepared to enter into a global conflict. … More World War I Training Camps & Cantonments
The National World War I Museum is a first-class museum that provides an in-depth look at the Great War and the impact it had throughout the world. … More National World War I Museum
Vietnam Veterans Day – March 29th. A day set aside to remember and honor all those who served during the Vietnam War. … More Vietnam Veterans Day
Loretta P. Walsh, first female inducted into the Armed Forces. … More Loretta Perfectus Walsh
This book is the story of Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Edward A. Carter, Jr., who was one of the African-American service members denied the Medal during World War II. … More Honoring Sergeant Carter by Allene G. Carter & Robert L. Allen
Loretta P. Walsh – first woman inducted into the US Navy. … More Loretta Walsh: I’m in the Navy Now!