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I want to Just take a minute and first of all Say Welcome Home, and Thank you all for serving and for every sacrifice that you made, I will not forget,

Image, found in Vietnam Veterans Memorial: Vietnam Wall · 26 May 2014 by kimikai1

Kenneth Baughton's last name is actually Boughton. He was my great uncle.

Image, found in Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII: Page 3 · 26 May 2014 by PamWebbStephens

Private James Holliman service under Captain Henry Finch, Johnston Co. NC Revolutionary War

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 8 · 26 May 2014 by Snacks

this is my grandfather on my dads side

Memorial Page: Floyd H Lang · 26 May 2014 by bootiekeys666

Married Major J. Bell in Yazoo County.

Memorial Page: Susan Williams · 26 May 2014 by wharvey14741

Celeste Dunn Anding, widow of Martin Anding.

Memorial Page: C Anding · 26 May 2014 by wharvey14741

Celeste Anding lived in Yazoo County, Mississippi.

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 1 · 26 May 2014 by wharvey14741

Wounded in Korean War

Image, found in WWII Draft Registration Cards: Page 1 · 26 May 2014 by seamstressVCK152

The letters "I" and "J" were almost indistinguishable in 19th century handwriting. In fact, the Army at that time did not use "J" as a designation for a company for this reason. …

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 1 · 26 May 2014 by microfilm

WWII Veteran of the 13th USAAF 5th Bomb Group (H) PTO 1944-1945

Spotlight: Daubach, Charles W · 26 May 2014 by Daubach43

Jacket clearly has “Jesse J. Hunt“, but it seems from the cards within this should actually be “Jesse I. Hunt”

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 1 · 26 May 2014 by akiban

What is the answer to "sketchdon's" question about Manuscript references/

Memorial Page: Confederate Compiled Military Service Records · 25 May 2014 by JayBerry

I believe this record is for Samuel R, NOT Stephen L. Stephen was a Private. This record is for a Sgt. Also, the initials are SR not SL.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - NC: Page 25 · 25 May 2014 by kingd702

Men were awaiting Orders.

Image, found in WWII Navy Muster Rolls: Page 519 · 25 May 2014 by Jeanstreehouse

Transcription Error: Name should be Louis Golub.

Image, found in WWII "Old Man's Draft" Registration Cards: Page 1 · 25 May 2014 by jrjoyce150

pgs.26 & 27 = statement by Dr.Zulick ( frmrly of the 29th Pa. Infantry ) about Isaac PETERS death wtnssd by an Alderman.

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 27 · 25 May 2014 by ted08403

ps. the shine on Harry's shoes was courtesy of me, Richard. Harry had taught me how to bring up a spit shine.

Image, found in edge0337's uploads: CIMG2364-1-1.jpg · 24 May 2014 by edge0337

Photo is of Harry with three sisters (L/R) Nancy Roseanne, and Theresa along with Richard (me) at Idlewild Airport (Now JFK) seeing him off going back to Navy Training Station…

Image, found in edge0337's uploads: CIMG2364-1-1.jpg · 24 May 2014 by edge0337

from b24bestweb website : Info Contributor - Douglas Sheley Lost mission to bomb/mine the harbor at Hong Kong - MACR 12413. While heading to target, the aircraft developed engine…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 24 May 2014 by patootie63

14 Nov 43, The GOON lost two engines returning from a night raid on the Kowloon docks (Hong Kong). To keep the aircraft aloft, the crew tossed out everything they could, and then…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 24 May 2014 by patootie63