The history of American Merchant Marines from Revolutionary War to present day, with an emphasis on World War II. Includes a genealogy database.
Remarks by the President, Secretary of Defense, and National Security Advisor, with additional information provided for travel warnings and fact sheets.
Convention between the United States of America and other powers, relating to prisoners of war. Signed at Geneva, July 27, 1929.
Links to historical and genealogical information that pertain to the United States. Some are unit and/or surname searchable.
The following is a list of deceased veterans of Kingman County, Kansas grouped according to conflict.
Besieged by Santa Anna, who had reached Bexar on February 23, 1836, Colonel William Barret Travis, with his force of 182, refused to surrender but elected to fight and die.
Online resources, documents, artwork and links. Includes Medal of Honor Citations.
A virtual museum dedicated to winners of the Congressional Medal of Honor and other patriotic subjects.
Discussion boards, photos, and paeans to American bravery in battles such as Lexington, the Alamo, and Little Bighorn.
Society created by the U.S. Congress in remembrance of recipients of the Medal of Honor, the highest award that can given to military personnel.