Army Maj. Gen. John Singlaub was forced to retire in 1978 after criticizing then-President Jimmy Carter's military policies.
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Harris called those who breached the Capitol 'extremists' and said they tried to destroy lives and democracy.
Wooten was drafted into the Army in 1943, and by 1944, he was in Paris, France, repairing trains damaged by bombing.
Eddie Shames fought in several battles throughout World War II and even entered Hitler's Eagle's Nest after Germany's surrender.
'WWII veterans aren't able to get to their own monument in DC to honor the 80th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.'
New York City neighbors came together to thank Jack Le Vine, a World War II veteran who has spent his entire life in service to others.
Other than the sparkle in her eye, you'd never guess she'd been a cracking cricket player for over a decade and worked for MI6 during WWII.
The rocket stayed buried in the middle of a field, becoming the brothers' sixth big V2 excavation project.
Lawrence Brooks, a grandfather to 13 and great-grandfather to 22, encourages others to 'serve God and be nice to people.'
As if things couldn't possibly be worse for President Biden right now, Taliban fighters are jeering at the U.S. with an infuriating photo.
'I felt that he wanted to be acknowledged. I felt that being from a small town like Mount Vernon and that he can do what he did.'
'The world is a very different place in 2021, but the values we share are the same,' UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said.
A day after the fact, Biden has still said nothing of the anniversary while his press secretary fails to run cover for him.
Biden chose the anniversary of Tulsa, Oklahoma, the race riots, which took play 100 years ago, on May 31 and June 1.
Biden's D-Day Snub Looks Even Worse When You Remember That Trump Actually Visited Normandy for Anniversary
President Biden failed to even send out one tweet acknowledging the 77th anniversary of D-Day and the sacrifices made by our veterans.
President Joe Biden neglected to acknowledge D-Day at all. Instead, he chose to pay tribute to the survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Massacre.
A staggering one-third of Americans could not classify America's involvment in World War II as being the right move.
Plans were made. A diploma was printed. A cap and gown were readied - but not a word of it was spoken to Schaefer.
The veteran wants to eventually make baby hats too and has taken on many apprentices at his apartment complex.
Now both 91 years old, these two women have had their fears relieved and picked up their friendship once more.
Caldwell has been gone for over two decades now, and the letter had never surfaced. But in February, it appeared at Uncle Fred's address.