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Veterans Day Learning Resources

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Where would you live as a returning World War II veteran? [...] »

Why are the Marines known as "America's 911 Force"? Explore this division of the armed services. [...] »

From pilots to shuttle central command, how does the Air Force fulfill its defensive mission? [...] »

Increase your knowledge of the people, past, and technology of the United States Army. [...] »

Who defends our seas, and how do they do it? Explore primary sources and more. [...] »

Wes Cowan of PBS's History Detectives gets into a B-24 bomber with World War II pilot Jack Pelton to talk about his experiences. [...] »

John McNish, a former Captain on the USS Thresher, talks to Gwen Wright of PBS's History Detectives about life on the submarine. [...] »

Wes Cowan of PBS's History Detectives interviews USS Indianapolis survivor L.D. Cox, who relates his memories of the ship's sinking. [...] »

The U.S. Armed Forces maintain multiple historical offices within each branch of the military and within smaller units of each of the services. [...] »

Houses more than 1.2 million items on Virginia and life in the South. [...] »

 
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