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Remembering CDR John 'Bug' Roach, a legend in Naval Aviation
Prayer delivered by CDR Bug Roach, USN, at Tailhook convention
Read the final letter Marc Lee, US Navy SEAL, wrote home expressing his thoughts just after Independence Day 2006. A month later, he died a hero, saving the lives of injured comrades.
Bonnie writes: Ok, I understand that if you served in the military you can salute the flag. But are you also to follow the rules for those in the military?
Michael writes: I am having difficulty finding whether or not active duty and veterans are required to remove headdress while not in uniform and rendering
Brian writes: Recently, at the opening of a board meeting, one of the Directors decided to display a full military salute during the Pledge of Allegiance.
Chris writes: Veterans are entitled to a United States flag to drape their coffin, and the flag is presented to survivors on behalf of a grateful nation.
I wanted to let your readers know about an organization called NoVetLeftBehind. It is supported to help all those veterans who are homeless. They are
For an American POW in Hanoi, having an American flag to which he and his fellow POWs could pledge allegiance, was worth the price --merciless torture -- it cost him. What's it worth to you?
Did you know there is actually a Flag Code that sets forth the "rules" for proper display of the American Flag? You may be surprised to learn some of the regulations it contains (some of which you see violated on a daily basis).
Learn how to properly display your flag for Flag Day, June 14:
Today marks the 70th anniversary of Operation Overlord, the Allied invasion of Normandy, on June 6, 1944. On that day, Allied forces changed the course of (if you received this by e-mail, click the headline to continue reading the article) . . .
An annual Memorial Day tribute written by a legend in Naval Aviation to a squadron mate he escorted home in a flag-draped box. On Memorial Day we remember and honor those who
Memorial Day -- a day set aside to remember and honor those American service members who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our freedom. Not to be confused with
Armed Forces Day? What's the difference between that and Veterans Day, or Memorial Day?
For a handy checklist of more than 250 legitimate tax deductions available to small business owners in the US,