Paying respects to Major Audie Murphy in Section 46 of Arlington National Cemetery. A quick visit!
I had the privilege of sitting down with Michael Mercurio at Offit-Kurman to discuss a whole range of interesting topics. This is part two, of three parts of that great conversation! More to come!
100 Years Ago, the United States played a crucial role in ending the Great World War, led by General John J. “Black Jack” Pershing. I visited his grave at Arlington National Cemetery. This is his story. I thought you’d like to know!
I had the privilege of sitting down with Michael Mercurio at Offit-Kurman to discuss a whole range of interesting topics. This is the first of three parts of that great conversation! More to come!
Smedley Butler earned two Medals of Honor! And he did something else, almost single-handedly, that may have preserved our democracy when it was under dire threat. Why don’t we know about him? Here’s his story…
Do you know the story of Colonel Edward Cross at Gettysburg? The monument to him and the 5th New Hampshire Volunteers is one of the really fascinating accounts to come out of the battle. An extraordinary leader!
Sallie was the brave and loyal brindle pitbull that stood by her fellow soldiers of the 11th Pennsylvania for almost three years in some of the bloodiest battles during the Civil War. Here is her story, commemorated on the 11th Pennsylvania Memorial at Oak Hill on the Gettysburg Battlefield. TAGS: battle, sallie, gettysburg, 11thPA, 11thpennsylvania, […]