89th Infantry Division (United States) - Wikipedia
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New combat-related devices authorized for decorations ...
The V device worn on Army Commendation Medal and other awards, stands for "valor." The device was authorized decades ago for wear on Army ribbons. The V device is still around, but joining the V ...
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Okay I have a question and a story about a WWII Vet I know that won the Bronze Star. I have known him for sometime and knew he was a WWII Vet, in the infantry and fought in Europe.
102nd Infantry Division (United States) - Wikipedia
The 102nd Infantry Division ("Ozark") was a unit of the United States Army in World War II.The unit is currently active as the 102nd Training Division (Maneuver Support)
Award Writing for Dummies! References for Army military awards? What is an Award? A decoration, medal, badge, ribbon, or appurtenance bestowed on an individual or a unit
Guntruck History « Gun Trucks
3 October 1965, sailing from San Francisco on the U S N S Gordon the next day. There is more to tell and I hope to get that done over time.
Unit History - "HILLCLIMBERS"
1967. 1967 (Unit Historian: MAJ Raymond Fossum) · 15 January, the 147th was the first CH-47 unit to surpass 10,000 flight hours in Vietnam. · 15 January, aircraft 66-0072 crashed near Can Tho and the aircraft was a total loss and the crew of five all died.
FIRST STRIKE! - pone.com
FIRST STRIKE! D Company, 1/502d Infantry (Airmobile) 101st Infantry Division (Airmobile) Vietnam
Read FM 46-1 - Public Affairs Operations
Readbag users suggest that FM 46-1 - Public Affairs Operations is worth reading. The file contains 76 page(s) and is free to view, download or print.
THE BATTALION COMMANDER'S HANDBOOK - Air University
CHAPTER 1 . PREPARING FOR COMMAND This chapter contains information which can assist you in preparing for command. The following list is a compilation of techniques and considerations which have been used successfully by other commanders. The period between your notification of command selection and your assumption of command, if utilized properly, will contribute significantly to your success.