U.S. to exhume Pearl Harbor remains of USS Oklahoma to identify the unaccounted dead

The United States Department of Defense (DoD) has announced that nearly 400 dead service men killed aboard the USS Oklahoma during the Japanese attack of Pearl Harbor in 1941 and buried in common graves will be exhumed, properly identified and provided a full burial. Due to advances in forensic sciences and DNA testing the remains […]

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Marking 150 Years Since the Surrender of the Confederate Army at Appomattox

This past week marked 150 years since General Robert E. Lee surrendered his Confederate Army at Appomattox on April 9, 1865. The American Civil War was an event of paramount importance to the formation of the modern United States, with remnants of social and racial division still present in relations between African Americans and Caucasians to […]

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Wishing you all a Happy Easter

Hello Everyone, Wishing you all a wonderful Easter weekend with family and friends. May you celebrate this time of the year with peace and goodwill in your heart. Safe travels to all those who will be crossing oceans and countries to meet with family. And, for the kid in us all: have a fun Easter […]

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