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Arlington National Cemetery Eligibility
Arlington National Cemetery is the final resting place for men and women who served this county with honor. There are specific qualifications which have to be met in order to be interred or inurned at Arlington National Cemetery.
Anna Mae V. McCabe Hays, Brigadier General
Anna Mae Hays was the first woman to be promoted to Brigadier General in the US Army. She was also the first nurse to do so. There are striking similarities between the way she was raised (by Salvation Army Officers) and what became of her in later life.
Andrew J the Pres and Veteran
Eighth in a series of articles written by Critical Thinking Skills students at Jewett School of the Arts. The question they answer is – Does military experience help or hinder a president or presidential candidate? This one looks at Andrew Jackson.
Afghans for Homeless Women Veterans
The nine members of the McLeod Prayer Shawl Ministry saw another opportunity to help when they heard last June that twelve thousand veteran women are homeless.
A Walk in the Sun – The facts behind the movie
US soldiers from all walks of life land on the beach in Solerno, Italy during WWII with the mission to take control of a farmhouse held by Nazis and destroy a bridge. Learn more about what really happened.
A New Member of the American Legion Auxiliary
The American Legion Auxiliary supports the American Legion and its programs for veterans and their families. It also sponsors students with scholarships and educates people in the responsibilities and concepts of being an active citizen in our Democracy.
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