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Post Tagged 'With the Old Breed'

Men of God and Country in World War II

I frequently noted in the field, how chaplains – to a man – sought out front line action. And I assume that was because, as one put it, at the time: ‘There is where the fighting man needs God most – and that’s where some of them know him for the first time. Continue Reading...

Film Review: Honor Flight

American soldiers on D-Day, June 1944.The history of America is filled with heroic tales of courage and sacrifice. At the outset of World War II, most of the world was under tyranny. Continue Reading...

Veterans Day: E.B. Sledge and The Old Breed

photo reprinted with permission from warofourfathers.comThe emotional scars and nightmares from Eugene Bondurant Sledge’s memories of the battles at Peleliu and Okinawa haunted him for years. He was among a company of men who didn’t talk about their feelings. Continue Reading...