Author Archives: Katie Lange

Another Native American to earn the Medal of Honor did so by leading his platoon to a decisive win during the Korean War.
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Fort Irwin recently immersed several civilians into their intense training world, giving them a glimpse of what military life is really like.
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Against all odds, a Navy boat captain in Vietnam whose boat stumbled onto a massive enemy logistics operation commanded his troops to victory.
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Black Hawk rides, tanks and guns are on the agenda for several VIPs who are going to get hand-on training on what it’s like to be a soldier.
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Being a military kid can be hard, but thanks to a new initiative, their civilian counterparts are understanding and helping them more and more.
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