Navajo Code Talkers In World War II
World War II

The Navajo Code Talkers

The contribution of the Navajo Code Talkers is one of most overlooked parts of World War II, but that doesn’t…

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Mt. Soledad Groundbreaking Ceremony
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Mt. Soledad Looks To The Future

Since the founding of the Mt. Soledad Memorial Association, we have made it our goal to tell the stories of…

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American military personnel gather in Paris to celebrate victory over Japan.
World War II

V-J Day

The end of one of the bloodiest and largest conflicts in all human history came on August 14th and August…

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World War II

The Berlin Airlift

The first crisis of the Cold War, the Berlin Crisis, started on June 24th when Soviet forces blockaded rail, road,…

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Flags on Graves For Memorial Day
Memorial Day

The History Of Memorial Day

Memorial Day is an American holiday, observed on the last Monday in May, honoring the men and women who died…

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Gold Star Spouses Day

Gold Star Spouses Day

On April 5th we honor the spouses of those who gave their lives in service of our country. Previously called…

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Dr. Mary Edwards Walker wearing her Medal of Honor
Medal of Honor Day

The Only Woman To Be Awarded The Medal of Honor: Dr. Mary Edwards Walker

Out of over 3,400 Medal of Honor recipients since 1863, only one woman was bestowed our nation’s highest honor and…

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Six Triple Eight
World War II

The Women of the 6888th Battalion

On the 14th of February 1945, the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion, nicknamed the Six Triple Eight, was stationed in…

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World War II

The Tuskegee Airmen

The Tuskegee Airmen were the first black military aviators in the U.S. Army Air Corps, the precursor to the Air…

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Pearl Harbor 80th Anniversary
World War II

National Pearl Harbor Day 2021

December 7, 2021 marks the 80th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. The surprise attack by Japan caused over 2,400…

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