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The Mustang was the fighter that helped Secure our victory over fascism, and in the film's heart pounding climax, the P-51 Mustangs, will fire their engines, gather in the sky, and in an event never seen or filmed before, fly in mass formation. All their thunder and glory, passing overhead in a salute to the men of the War, their legacy, and the planes that carried them into battle.
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Transitioning Warrior Program Washington State, with Mr. Steve Gill, Program Manager.
A Vietnam Veterans Story
May 3, 2008 Ret. Sgt. Gary Olson tells his heart felt video story. Mom's exclusive
The Purple Heart Medal
The award we have come to recognize as the Purple Heart actually found its roots not so much in the desire to create a new medal for military men to wear, as it was in the desire to honor a great American hero of the past. George Washington was born on February 22, 1732. Nearly 200 years later the American public was preparing for the bi-centennial of his birth, complete with commemorative events and celebrations. In the process of researching the life of the Father of our Country in order to plan the celebration, General Washington's Executive Order of August 7, 1782 was found. Along with it was the record of his purple Badge of Military Merit and the accounts of the three men who had received it. On October 10, 1927 Army Chief of Staff, General Charles P. Summerall drafted a bill to send to Congress in an effort to revive the Badge of Military Merit. For whatever reasons, the bill received little support and was withdrawn early the following year.
As the bi-centennial celebration drew closer, General Summerall was replaced by General Douglas MacArthur, a hero of service in Mexico and World War I, and the son of a Civil War Medal of Honor recipient. With little public fanfare, General MacArthur began work anew on General Summerall's proposal to re-establish the Badge of Military Merit. Throughout 1931 the Army quietly designed and created the new award. It was announced on February 22, 1932...the 200th anniversary of George Washington's birth. In honor of the Father of our Country and the man who established our military's first medal, the Purple Heart would bear the profile on George Washington on its face.
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52 Videos of Interest to Military and Family Members 2008
Around the Services-RECON-Freedom Watch Afghanistan-Freedom Journal Iraq-Iraqi Freedom Minute -The American Veteran-Marines Headlines. From other resources Army-Air Force and Women in service.
VA Travel Nurse Corps
Travel, adventure and health care are all part of a VA nurse employment opportunity called the VA Travel Nurse Corps. Now you can be a travel nurse and a VA federal employee!
This exciting new program establishes an internal pool of registered nurses (RNs) who can be available for temporary, short-term assignments at VA medical centers throughout the country. The VA Travel Nurse Corps meets nurses’ needs for travel and flexibility while meeting VA medical center needs for temporary top quality nurses! VA medical centers are located in every state around the country.
The Travel Nurse Corps is an opportunity to provide quality nursing care to the nation’s veterans in state of the art health care facilities while seeing the United States. To learn more about the VA Travel Nurse Corps, send an email to TravelNurse@va.gov. To start the application process, fax your resume to (602) 200-2391 or call toll free (866) 664-1030 or in Phoenix (602) 200-2398 . We will respond to you promptly within 24-48 hours!
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