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Chopin Funeral March during the National Tribute to the last French WWI ...

Lynx Helicopter Operating Limit Development

Musique Principal de la Legion Etrangere a Quebec 2010

Nobody ask to be a Hero - Hans Zimmer

Black Hawk Down - Music Video - Animal I Have Become

Hero Of War - Rise Against ( Dont Call Us Heros Tribute )

"If I Die Before You Wake" Tribute to Armed Forces

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This Video Will Make You Cry

US Military Tribute - Far Away - Nickleback

Amazing Military Tribute

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I Fought For You

U.S. Troops Return To Corregidor (1945)

Airborne in the South Pacific

John Primerano Account of Eerde Jump, 14 Sep 2014

SUICIDE CHARGE-BANZAI Last Samurais 玉砕

Great Gunny Motivation

Cowards cut and run, Marines never do

Ronald Reagan A Soldiers Pledge Listen Learn Remember

The Best Vietnam Era Music Playlist - Black Ops - Spec Ops - Call of Dut...

WOUNDED TROOPS ARRIVE IN THE U.S.

Single Dad Soldier Surprises His Kids at Church

Soldier Surprises Kids at Graduation Party

We were Soldiers- Final Battle Scene (song Sgt.MacKenzie)

Top 5 vietnam war songs

AGENT ORANGE SPRAYED AND BETRAYED HEROES DESTINED TO DIE

'Salute Seen Around The World' - Wounded Soldier's Salute From Hospital ...

Vietnam Lost Films 3/6 - The TET Offensive [1968]

Soldier Gets Hero's Welcome At Airport

Gone West - The Final Trip

Warrior Song Armed Forces Tribute

Top 10 Military Mishaps

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TSA Agents Humiliate Wounded Marine

Wounded Reconnaissance Marine Gets Life-Changing Surprise

"VIETNAM FORMER POW CAPTAIN RED MCDANIEL"

Prairie soldiers in new bookBy Keith Norman Today at 8:02 a.m. Email The Korean War is sometimes referred to as the forgotten war. Fargo author Merry Helm disputes that statement and is trying to help more people learn about the conflict. Advertisement “I’ve always thought of them as the ignored veteran rather than the forgotten veteran,” Helm said, speaking of the men who served in the conflict. “After all the adoration shown to World War II vets, Korean vets were thought of as ‘less than’ or class b veterans.”
Helm will read from her book “Prairie Boys at War” at 4 p.m. Saturday at the All Vets Club in Jamestown. The reading is a benefit for the new library project in Jamestown. Helm’s book will be available for $22, and Helm will sign copies.
She is also the featured speaker for the gathering of Vietnam and Korean veterans held at the All Vets Club later that evening.
Helm said her interest in Korean War history started when she was a writer for “Dakota Datebook” on Prairie…

Bakersfield soldier who went missing in action 62 years ago finally brou...

POW MIA Video

POW/MIA Recognition

New Zealand Infantry performs maori haka for fallen comrades

SOME OLD FRIENDS OF MINE. A LITTLE BIT NUTSO BUT GOOD GUYS IN SPITE OF THAT.