Something for the History Teachers out there – The US Army in the Pacific

Divisions That Fought In The Pacific Theater 6th Infantry division 7th Infantry division Americal Infantry division 24th Infantry division 25th Infantry division 27th Infantry division   31st Infantry division 32nd Infantry division 33rd Infantry division 37th Infantry division 38th Infantry division 40th Infantry division     41st Infantry division 43rd Infantry division 77th Infantry division … Continue reading “Something for the History Teachers out there – The US Army in the Pacific”

San Diego!?! It use to be a Tough Conservative Navy Town

Public schools are doing away with grading to combat ‘racism’ Kids will not be held accountable to deadlines, standards of behaviour, honesty, or any reasonable expectations of achievement, all because to do so is now considered racist. Libby Emmons The San Diego school district has done away with grading because apparently it is racist. California’s second … Continue reading “San Diego!?! It use to be a Tough Conservative Navy Town”

Mr. Stewart Goes to Vietnam

Just minutes after a harrowing conclusion to a nearly 13-hour B-52 bombing mission, Brig. Gen. Jimmy Stewart greets relieved crew and VIPs on the tarmac at Andersen Air Force Base in Guam on February 21, 1966. (Courtesy Bob Amos) Warren E. Thompson August 2009 Brig. Gen. Jimmy Stewart flew his last bombing mission in Vietnam … Continue reading “Mr. Stewart Goes to Vietnam”

Veteran’s Story: The tale of Bill Wynne and ‘Smoky the War Dog’ Tim Clark

Veteran’s Story: The tale of Bill Wynne and ‘Smoky the War Dog’ Tim Clark Correspondent Veteran: William “Bill” Wynne, age 96 Branch: United States Army Air Force Service period: January 1943 to November 1945 When Army Air Force veteran Bill Wynne bought a scraggly little puppy from another soldier in Nadzab, New Guinea, in 1943, he never could have … Continue reading “Veteran’s Story: The tale of Bill Wynne and ‘Smoky the War Dog’ Tim Clark”