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We are building the first ever National Army Museum.
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National Army Museum 3h
1775, the American War for Independence begins with the Battles of Lexington and Concord.
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National Army Museum 18h
"My dad never took himself too seriously. He always treated everyone with respect, and he made sure I was like that, too." - Actor and model Eastwood's father, Clint Eastwood, was drafted and served in the Army during 1951-1953 at Fort Ord in California.
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National Army Museum 19h
1983, the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon is bombed. The explosion kills seventeen Americans including three Soldiers.
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National Army Museum 19h
The recently visited the construction site of the National Museum of the United States Army. Thank you for coming to see the progress we’ve made in commemorating the service of every Soldier.
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National Army Museum 23h
1942, using sixteen B-25 Mitchell bombers, Army aviators commanded by LTC Doolittle take off from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet and make a surprise attack on Tokyo, Nagoya and Yokohama.
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National Army Museum Apr 18
1906, BG Frederick Funston mobilizes Regular Army troops and local National Guardsmen to maintain order and provide disaster relief in San Francisco after it is hit with a devastating earthquake and fire.
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National Army Museum Apr 17
: “We don’t realize that there are men and women dying every day just so we can stay safe....” - Actress speaking about her father and mother's military service in the .
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National Army Museum Apr 17
Answer: Robert Anderson
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National Army Museum Apr 17
: Who was the Union commander at Fort Sumter when Confederates opened fire on the fort in April 1861?
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National Army Museum Apr 17
1945, in an effort to prevent the Russians from developing an A-bomb, LTC Boris T. Pash seizes over half a ton of uranium in Strassfut, Germany.
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National Army Museum Apr 16
1943, MG Bradley succeeds MG George S. Patton as commander of II Corps in Tunisia.
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National Army Museum Apr 13
: and actress grew up in a military household. Michelle's father, Rafael Rodriguez, served in the U.S. Army.
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ArmyTimes Apr 12
The 82nd Airborne will induct 20 soldiers into its Hall of Fame. See who made the cut.
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National Army Museum Apr 13
Thank you to the Fritz Family for your service and for sharing your brick.
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Gary Sheftick Apr 12
. to tell "full, rich history of the American Soldier" says
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Joe Mantegna Apr 12
In the voice over booth today.
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National Army Museum Apr 12
1861, Confederate forces, commanded by BG P.G.T. Beauregard, open fire on Fort Sumter, beginning the Civil War.
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National Army Museum Apr 12
This week the Registry of the American Soldier honors Corporal C.G. Bolden of Van Buren, Arkansas. He served in Korea with Company C, 38th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division. He died on March 30, 1951, while being held as a prisoner of war.
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National Army Museum Apr 11
: "My dad was always the person who would plant seeds and give me encouragement....He was very worldly and deep in his thinking.... My dad may have been in the Special Forces, but I was never afraid of him." -
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National Army Museum Apr 11
1945, lead elements of the 2nd Armored Div are the 1st US elements to reach the Elbe River, where the line of separation has been drawn for Soviet troops advancing from the east and Allied forces moving from the west.
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