Guarding Their Legacy - Honoring Their Sacrifice", the tagline of the AVC, is also the title of our new series of veterans' oral histories. Tune in every few weeks to watch a new story from those who have served with honor over the last 75 years of American military history. Major Kurt C.E. Lee was the first Asian American to serve as an officer in the USMC. He would be awarded the Navy Cross and Silver Star for valor during the Korean War, and go on to serve with distinction in Vietnam. Major Lee was the recipient of the AVC's 2012 Raymond G. Davis Award for his valor in Korea. Read More
The National Memorial Day Parade is a moving timeline of American military history, recognizing the service and sacrifice of Americans from the Revolution to present day service members who have answered the call to serve in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The parade features more than 4,000 participants, with more than 1,000 active duty military personnel, senior military officials, and decorated & acclaimed veterans.
Tune in to The Pentagon Channel the week of Veterans Day to watch the Wounded Warrior Experience, bringing together veterans and active duty service members to share their inspiring stories of triumph in the face of adversity.
Hosted by Jennifer Griffin, Fox News National Security Correspondent, the Wounded Warrior Experience also features resources available to veterans returning home from deployment and transitioning out of the military.
The 2014 World War II Veterans Committee Commemorative Calendar!
For the first time, this special edition calendar features originally designed maps of the major battles of World War II.