More than 500 sailors turned out to honor survivor Ray Emory, who has worked to identify Pearl Harbor's fallen. See the photos and read his STORY.
He served in three wars and was John McCain's roommate at the "Hanoi Hilton." Read about COLONEL GEORGE "BUD" DAY.
Tanya Porter was honored for her actions following the Amtrak train accident near DuPont last December. Here's the ARTICLE.
Private First Class Frank Crary turned the tide of a battle my charging an enemy machine gun emplacement. Here's his STORY.
It was 100 years ago, but these Leathernecks have not been forgotten. Read about the CEREMONY.
Lance Corporal Raymond Kelley earned the silver star for his bravery 51 years ago. Read his STORY.
Colonel Frank Gleason recently received the Congressional Gold Medal. Read about his WW II SERVICE.
Navy pilot William Punnell was shot down and killed in 1944. Thanks to the efforts of a lot of people, the aircraft was finally found, and his remains recovered and identified. He's being buried with full military honors. Here's the STORY.
First Lieutenant Philip H. Sauer saved his men at the cost of his own life by holding off an enemy ambush -- with only his pistol. Here's his STORY.
They fought during WW II in the Army's 761st Tank Battalion, an African American unit whose members received 391 decorations.
Read about their HISTORY AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS.
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Educate national leaders and the nation * Support the men and women of the sea services
Provide assistance to sea service families * Support youth programs
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