“Dogs exhibit heroism under fire in extreme combat,” says Jim Dugan (USAF ret) of Rapid City who will talk about his Vietnam War experiences as a dog handler, while headquartered at Tan Son Nhut Air Base.Read more ›
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On Saturday, January 14, Ken Delfino of Keystone will talk about his combat experiences during the Tet Offensive with the US Navy’s River Patrol Force in South Viet Nam. As he says, “this small segment of my life is dedicated to my brothers-in-arms with whom I patrolled the Long Tau, Soi Rap, Co Chien, My Tho and Ham Luong Rivers for 22 months.”Read more ›
Mel W. Gunderson of Black Hawk will present his US Army experiences in the Battle of Ia Drang Valley’s Landing Zone X-Ray on November 14, 1965, as part of the 1st Cavalry Division in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.Read more ›
For those who have yet to figure out that the game that is being played out between the Democrats and the Republicans concerning America’s welfare, it is not the parties contending with one another, it is the globalists contending with the American people in the guise of their representativesRead more ›
State Department spokesman John Kirby acknowledged Wednesday that Islamic State terrorists are trying to mingle with refugee populations overseas in the hopes of making it to the U.S. posing as a refugee.Read more ›
Retired USMC MAJ Ed McGaa, a Korean war veteran who flew 110 combat missions in F-4B Phantom fighters in Vietnam, will talk about his new book on global terrorism on Saturday, September 10, at Ellsworth Air Force Base’s South Dakota Air and Space Museum, starting at 9 am.Read more ›
When nationally known warplane artist John Mollison of Sioux Falls turned his hand to making historical military documentaries for South Dakota Public Broadcasting, he made studies of men like US Navy and Sioux aviator Lt. Commander John Waldron, who died in his Douglas TPB Devastator (torpedo bomber) at the Battle of Midway on June 4, 1942, along with 30 others in the squadron he commanded on that fateful day. What Mollison didn’t realize was that his research would lead him to mankind’s all-time most dangerous weapon, the Intercontinental Ballistic Missile, and the “missileer” combatants who made this catastrophic warfare possible.Read more ›