Major Kurt Lee’s Birth date is shared with Stonewall Jackson. January 21st. The Major and I have been communicating for the past 2 Years or so,after I delivered a long held message to him from Colonel Archie Van Winkle, given to me back in 1972 while I served under the Colonel’s Command with the Military Police, aboard Camp Pendleton, USMC Base, San Diego, California. The Colonel and I shared many cups of…

 
 

Below are a few of the letters that my father, Kenneth Zill, wrote to my mother, Rosalie Nash, while he was in the army from 1951-1952. They had just started to date when he was drafted, having to leave Michigan State College, his family and his new girlfriend. My father was a CPL. in the 45th Division, 180th Regiment, E Company, 2nd Battalion. To read more letters and see more…

 
 

Mr. George Watson Sr.: Legendary Tuskegee Airman. On September 21, 2013, the Tuskegee Airmen Motorcycle Club honored an original Tuskegee Airmen, Mr. George Watson Sr. This event was held at the VFW post in Asbury Park NJ. The members of the Tuskegee Airmen Motorcycle Club are Mr. Harry Bray, President, Mr. Lee Williams, Vice President, Mr. Jimmy Hoffman, Chaplin, Mr. Gilbert Davis, Sergeant at Arms, Ms. Kim Montgomery, Business Manager,…

 
 

  Interview of Charles O’Neil, Tec 5 3rd Infantry Division, 15th Regiment, Company I, 2nd Platoon

 
 

5th Grade Enrichment: Why we truly celebrate the 4th of July. On July 3, 2013, Mr. Wronko’s fifth grade enrichment class was treated with a special presentation from well known World War II veteran Lou Parisi. During this presentation Lou Parisi did a remarkable job in giving the students background information about current events in World History, Geography, and Education. He also spoke about his own experiences serving the United States during World…

 
 

In 1959, I was given TAD orders to inspect contract buoyes on the Kuskokwim River in Alaska. I was stationed on the Coast Guard cutter Clover, a 180 foot buoy tender-ice breaker, home ported at Adak, Alaska, one of the Aleutian Islands and a Naval Air Station. It was my first assignment after OCS. I was flown by a USCG airplane 1,043 miles from Adak to Kodiak, then by another…

 
 

This poem was written to honor my husband, Lt. Donald L. Jacobs. Don was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming. When he was drafted he became a Navy pilot, training in Pensacola. He was assigned to Korea. However, the poem should also honor the many pilots who have flown, survived, lost their lives or became missing in action. The movie “The Bridges at Toko-Ri” is very close to being accurate. Any number of…