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War is often billed as being all about guns and guts. But there's glory in gushiness, too... [Read More]
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Salida High School senior Colby Pitts stood with 65 other service academy nominees Saturday at the National Museum of World War II Aviation to be... [Read More]
Lebanon police say the live mortar round was found Monday behind Hartmann Plantation. [Read More]
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State lawmakers are expected to apologize to the families of more than 100,000 people placed in Japanese internment camps during World War II. The California... [Read More]
Sightseers will soon have an opportunity to experience history while viewing Hawaii when a vintage World War II fighter plane begins passenger flights. ... [Read More]
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As he landed on the steep, dune-like beaches of Iwo Jima 75 years ago, one Virginia native had no idea what awaited him in the... [Read More]
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A California Assemblyman is calling on the state legislature to apologize for the internment of Japanese-American citizens during World War II. [Read More]
Planning for the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II has taken a major step forward with authorization for the military to transport... [Read More]
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Though the sun has set on another member of the Greatest Generation, there are many in Greenwood that still feel its warmth in the love... [Read More]
Marylea Schwenn Hall Marylea Schwenn Hall, age 97, of Council Bluffs, passed away February 15, 2020, at her home. Marylea... [Read More]
An original hand motion changed after World War II. [Read More]
Only on NBC5, a local World War II Veteran is being honored for his achievements in the Marine Corps. Delbert Littrell is a World War... [Read More]
A person using a metal detector in Lebanon today uncovered a decades-old mortar round behind Hartmann Plantation. [Read More]
The remains of a Kansas Marine who died in World War II fighting in the Gilbert Islands have been identified. [Read More]
After reading Richard Koritz's letter in the Feb. 12 N&R expressing his admiration of Leonard Pitts for exposing, in his words, "the big lie" about... [Read More]
Catherine Royalty is continuing her streak as the longest living World War II veteran in Lubbock, as she celebrated her 105th birthday Monday.Royalty's family was... [Read More]
World War II veteran Berry Williams recently visited Bill Johnson's eighth grade social studies class at Pearl City Junior High School. Williams lived through the... [Read More]
On Saturday at Northcutt Field, the "Hits for Heroes" held an opening ceremony before the ESCC and Wallace baseball game. The crowd got a big... [Read More]
On a day when ceremonies on two continents remembered the sacrifice of World War II airman Staff Sgt. Joseph E. Prokop, many of the words... [Read More]
Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers is celebrating their 95th birthday of its co-founder, namesake and decorated World War II veteran, Freddy Simon, with a 95-cent... [Read More]
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