February 16, 2020
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Captain Edward V. Rickenbacker was America’s highest scoring ace during World War I, with 26 victories over the Germans. He was also well known even before the 1st World War. He was world famous as an indy race car driver. He was so well known that when the war started, and he volunteered, he became […]

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Why Teenage Life In The Middle Ages Sucked

Being a teenager is hard. It’s a time characterized by heightened hormone levels, acne, more acne, and insecurity. As a teenager, your biggest concern may be figuring out who you are and establishing your identity. On top of that, you’ve also got high school to contend with and the politics of cliques that come with […]

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Most Hardcore Soldier: Roman Legionnaire

A historian once remarked, “It was upon the backs of the Roman Legions that modern Western civilization was born”, and he might well have been correct. Pulling together various traditions, civic, and political ideologies, Rome’s influence on Western civilization is indisputable, and it’s impact is perhaps best seen in the militaries of these modern nations. […]

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Plattsburgh Air Force Base Museum – Adirondack Coast Museums & History

Hi I’m Kristy Kennedy, Director of Tourism for the Adirondack Coast. Plattsburgh has a long and proud military history. We were home to the Plattsburgh Air Force Base for many years. The museum I’m currently sitting in, the Plattsburgh Air Force Base Museum, honors that great tradition.

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Aberdeen Proving Ground Marks 100 Years of Chemical Weapons Expertise

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So, I recently saw this map, depicting the top Google autocomplete result for each country in Europe, with the results for each of them, and seeing as how I answered them on a similar map of the US a few years ago, I thought “why not do this again?” I don’t know, you might learn […]

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The Last Fallen Soldier of WW1 | Henry Gunther

On the eleventh of November nineteen-eighteen the most deadly conflict the world has seen up until that point was coming to an end. Over nine-million combatants had died, and the total death toll exceeded sixteen million. The armistice would be signed at eleven A.M., which would put a halt to the senseless bloodshed of the […]

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What Life Was Really Like for the Average Spartan

Being a Spartan was no picnic. If you were a boy, your life was constantly under scrutiny, literally from the day you were born until the day you died. You were seen as a high-level war machine, a workhorse. And the only reason why you were alive was to fight for your country. When you […]

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Cutting Germany’s Wings – The Dawn Of The Air Force I THE GREAT WAR Week 96

We all know that WW1 was the age of the flying ace, the age of individual dogfights with the enemy, but the war in the skies had now evolved to the point where we really saw what an air FORCE could do. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to the Great War. The Italian Front exploded into […]

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