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.
Plattsburgh Barrracks dates back to 1814 and was developed out of the necessity to secure the village of Plattsburgh, New York. The War of 1812 and the Battle of Plattsburgh factored into the decision to construct a military installation that remained active from 1814 to 1995. First by the Army, and then by the Air Force.
George Mell and Jean Craig: A World War II Love Story It is always bittersweet to find old letters that have been discarded. While excited to be able to preserve these treasures, it is difficult to know that these prized possessions are no longer with family. Such is the case with a bundle of letters […]