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Dr. Ethan Rafuse, professor of military history at the Army Command and General Staff College, speaks about the Civil War from the Pentagon. Dr. Rafuse’s speech is the first in a series of planned speeches organized by the Historical Office …
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By DoDLive March is Women’s History Month.  We honor the service and sacrifice of the women not just in our military, but throughout our nation’s history.  In this edition of DoDLive’s Profiles in Heritage, four former Women Accepted for Volunteer …
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Information on this provided by www.ng.mil The National Guard, the oldest component of the Armed Forces of the United States and one of the nation’s longest-enduring institutions, celebrates its 375th birthday today on December 13, 2011. The National Guard traces …
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Most people remember World War II as a deadly and important part of American history, but for Ellan Levitsky-Orkin and Dorothy Levitsky-Sinner, WWII was literally a part of their past! Jon Pruett has the story of two WWII Army nurses …
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