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Korean War (1950-1953)

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  • Davis Patterson McNameeDecember 4, 1926 - April 28, 2014

    Davis Patterson McNamee<br/>December 4, 1926 - April 28, 2014
    Davis "Pat" Patterson McNamee, a former Navy and commercial airline pilot and 52-year resident of Corona del Mar, California, died in his home with family by his side on April 28th, 2014. He was 87 years old. Pat was born in Seattle, WA on December 4th,...
  • Claude L. Callegary, presidential adviser

    Claude L. Callegary, presidential adviser
    Claude L. Callegary, a retired Baltimore lawyer and World War II veteran who advised five U.S. presidents on veterans' affairs, died June 3 of respiratory failure at the Loch Raven Veterans Administration Living and Rehabilitation Center. He was 92....
  • North Korea sentences Baptist missionary to life in prison

    North Korea sentences Baptist missionary to life in prison
    North Korea said Saturday it has sentenced a South Korean Baptist missionary to hard labor for life on charges that he spied and tried to set up underground churches, the latest in a string of missionaries to run into trouble in the rigidly controlled...
  • Why did Bowe Bergdahl leave his post?

    The Bowe Bergdahl controversy reminds one of the Korean War and the refusal of 20 some American POWs to return home at the war's end.  No one knows just how many of those individuals were brainwashed or honestly thought the war was wrong and didn't want...
  • Did we forget what happened in the 'Forgotten War'?

    While discussing the controversial swapping of prisoners, President Barack Obama stated that the U.S “has a pretty sacred rule… We don’t leave our men or women in uniform behind…This is what happens at the end of wars.”...
  • Flag Day Ceremony set for June 7 in Bel Air

    The Town of Bel Air will celebrate Flag Day on Saturday, June 7, at 8 a.m. at the William A. Humbert Amphitheater in Shamrock Park. Traditionally, Flag Day is recognized on June 14; however, the town coordinates the scheduling of this ceremony with...
  • Chester Nez, last of WWII's original Navajo code talkers, dies at 93

    If Chester Nez dared to use his Navajo language in school, punishment was swift and literally distasteful. He had to scrub his tongue with a toothbrush and wash out his mouth with bitter soap. So he was intrigued when recruiters from the U.S. Marines...
  • Thumbs All Up For Puerto Rican Day Parade

    Thumbs up to the Puerto Rican Day Parade for 50 years of celebrations. The epicenter of Sunday's exuberant event, with its floats and bands and strolling dignitaries, was Hartford's Main Street and Bushnell Park. Touchingly, the parade started off with...
  • U.S. should beef up Afghan military presence [Letter]

    U.S. should beef up Afghan military presence [Letter]
    In reference to the article, "Obama readies Afghan exit" (May 28), and speaking as a retired educator and a retired U.S. Navy officer who served on active duty in World War II over five years in the Pacific and later recalled in 1950 for three more...
  • A history lesson, courtesy of that penny in your pocket

    A history lesson, courtesy of that penny in your pocket
    I’m not certain which store it was, but a few days ago I received some change back after a purchase, slipped it into my pocket and, once I got home, sorted through the coins, as is my habit. Silver coins went into one jar to be deposited later at...
  • 'War Thunder' flies onto mobile devices

    GamerHub.tv Russian developer Gaijin Entertainment has captivated PC and PlayStation 4 gamers with its World War II game "War Thunder." Now the free-to-play war simulation, which features planes, tanks and ships from World War II, is going mobile, thanks...