LTC Joe Bruner, USA (Ret), author of the Easing’ Along blog, shares his adventures while recently visiting Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Please follow the link below: Source: Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas – The Trail Starts Here – Easing Along
Air Force Airman 1st Class Seng Thao, a medical records technician who was born in Thailand, is proud to be an American airman. To read the story of this immigrant airman, please click the link below. Source: Face of Defense: Airman Recalls His Journey to Freedom > U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE > Article
By Bill & Lise Howard Our flight to Lisbon from Houston with a short layover at Newark was uneventful. We arrived in Portugal’s capital around 0830 and quickly made it through passport control and customs. After obtaining some euros from an ATM and retrieving our luggage, we walked outside and received some maps and other information […]
Destin Army Recreation Area, Destin, Florida.
By Debbie and Ed Mucha Our “Journey” was in the planning stages since mid-2014 as I began writing various Archive Offices in Poland to see if family records might be available. All this occurred after I had exhausted contacting various Parish offices in the USA. I found some info but not earlier files as I wanted. […]
Starting Sept. 1, service members of any rank or military branch will be eligible to apply for membership at the soon-to-be-renamed Fort Myer Officers’ Club on Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall. Source: Officers’ Club opening up membership in September | Article | The United States Army
Source: Air Force Magazine
It’s not all fun and games. Some of the stories that haunt our history leave me feeling a little bit sad. Like the story of Barbara King, the young daughter of Maj. Gen. Campbell King, who commanded Fort Benning from 1929 to 1933. Barbara fell in love with her father’s driver, a young enlisted Soldier, […]