Category Archive: Honor

October 31 – News, Views, Issues & The Past

News, views, issues and history to promote conservative values, liberty, free markets and peace. Various perspectives, domestic and international, right-left, traditional-liberal are offered to challenge critical, deliberative thought on issues that influence the future of America, and the World.   QUOTE “This was the object of the Declaration of Independence. Not to find out new …

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Conspicuous Gallantry and Intrepidity – Robert Roland Ingram USN

Robert Roland Ingram, USN NAVY MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT HOSPITAL CORPSMAN THIRD CLASS   Great Unknown Americans Series   Robert Roland Ingram was born on 20 January 1945 in Clearwater, Florida. In November 1963, at age 18, he enlisted in the U. S. Navy. After completing recruit training in San Diego, California, he requested and …

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This Day In U.S. History 1863 – The Battle of Gettysburg

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This day in U.S. history during the War Between The States, the epic battle between brothers of the Union and Confederate Armies begins at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Eighty-seven years after the nations was born in 1776, 170,000 soldiers clash making this event the largest military conflict in North American history – over 50,000 casualties, 569 tons …

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This Day In History – Operation Overlord – D-Day

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“We will accept nothing less than full victory.” The words, the solemn promise gave bedrock grounding to General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s speech at the onset of the invasion of Normandy, June 6, 1944. The German Third Reich had overrun continental Europe enslaving millions under a fascist regime that undermined the very foundation of Western Civilization. …

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A Life of Service – “This One Is Captain Waskow” –Ernie Pyle, 1944

Captain Henry T. Waskow

Unknown American Hero On this Memorial Day weekend a sobering but inspiring reminder of the price paid by hundreds of thousands of American military personnel during WWII, an account of the death of U.S. Capt. Henry T. Waskow written by the famous war journalist Ernie Pyle on December 14, 1943, during the Battle of San …

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Supporting Our Troops – “Troops First Foundation”

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David Feherty – A New American And Patriot Helping Our Troops With Troops First Foundation An inspirational video. Anything we can do for our military men and women, physically wounded or not is well worth it. If you ever watched a golf tournament and heard David Feherty’s comments, this video will give a new insight …

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General Douglas MacArthur: “Duty, Honor, Country”

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  On this day in 1962, Gen. Douglas McArthur delivered his famous Duty, Honor, Country speech as he accepted the Sylvanus Thayer Award at West Point. Patriotic, challenging, anciently inspired words that America has sadly not heard for decades. Forsake the challenge America, as McArthur reminded us, a host of wraiths will rise from beneath …

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