Monthly Archives: June 2013

Factual Friday

Happy Flag Day and Happy Birthday to the U.S. Army. This week’s installment is going to focus on both! The first U.S. flag was not the Betsy Ross version most people are familiar with but one called the Pine Tree flag. … Continue reading

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Norwich University creates online infographic on significant naval battles

Originally posted on Military History:
Check out this interesting infographic, titled “The Largest Naval Sea Battles in Military History,” which presents some facts related to some of the most important battles in naval history. It is a big image, but…

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Factual Friday

Welcome to another Factual Friday! Yesterday, June 6th, was the 69th anniversary of D-Day for Operation Overlord (also known as the Normandy landings) in World War II. The “D” in D-Day doesn’t actually stand for anything according to many sources.  The “D” … Continue reading

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National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center visit

I was fortunate enough to be able to visit the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center in Columbus, GA last week. I was truly impressed! It took me almost a week to get this post and pictures uploaded but I … Continue reading

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