One of the first women in the United States Marines to die while in the service of her country.
Researcher Lea Schneider gives a wonderful explanation of the history of women in the United States Marine Corps and tells the story of Helen Fluckey and how she lived her short life.
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One man’s choice to do his duty has fatal consequences at Pearl Harbor
DNA on letters home helped identify Pearl Harbor fallen after 60 years.
Navy veteran has written more than 500 stories of the World War II Fallen
Paratrooper veteran tells story of banzai charge on American soil
Veteran remembers those who gave their all in WWII
The Veteran who missed getting the autograph from world famous author
Stories from the 743 Tank Battalion
The Jersey Boys of Pearl Harbor.
WWII Flight Nurses saved hundreds of thousand lives. Listen to the story of one
Nurse whose famous letter was published before the nation knew of her death
The story of one of the last WWII fallen as remembered by his sister 60 years later
Was Band of Brothers Accurate? Listen to stories of 3 band of brothers members.
How Twitter found the wounded D-Day paratrooper who disappeared
The Rookie Writer Who Uncovered the Story of a Bronze Star Gliderman, with a Surprising Twist
The Silver Star hero who loved his country despite being sent to an internment camp
The Newspaper Reporter Who Became a Bronze Star Marine
The Flame Thrower Tank Sergeant who earned the Silver Star on Iwo Jima
Man lost in famous crash but is sadly forgotten
Man gives his live to save the life of 9 other men. This is what it means to be an American
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The Political History of the United States
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