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Offical Military Sites
101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) & Ft. Campbell, KY
Ft. Campbell Kentucky, home of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)
Nam Vets Association of the Cape & Islands
Serving All Our Veterans
Army Scholarship Foundation
Provides college scholarships to the sons and daughters of those who served in the United States Army and to spouses of enlisted soldiers serving on active duty in the United States Army.
555th Parachute Infantry Regiment Association
"The Triple Nickles" The 555th Parachute Infantry Battalion 1944 - 1947
82nd Airborne Division Association
Online home of the 82nd Airborne Division Association, Inc.
International Airborne Society
Recognizing that paratroopers (regardless of their national origin) share a common bond and esprit de corps not found among any other type of soldier
Home of the Greater Hartford All-Airborne Chapter Inc. of the 82nd Airborne Division Association, Inc.
W.W. II Airborne Demonstration Team
The WWII Airborne Demonstration Team Foundation was formed to honor and serve the memory of the men who fought and died to preserve America's freedom during WWII as members of Airborne units of the United States Army.
Worldwide Army Rangers
WAR, Inc. The only incorporated Army Ranger association which recognizes and accepts as voting members all LRPs, LRSUs, and Rangers worldwide, as well as kindred US Special Operation warriors who have "rucked-up" during combat. These and associate members are welcomed to join "Worldwide Army Rangers".
Thad Selman Parachute Test Platoon
This is a video with information about the 1st parachute jump.
101st Airborne Div. Vietnam Vets
This site is dedicated to the brotherhood of Veterans who were assigned or attached to the 101st Airborne Division, 101st Air Cavalry Division or the 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile) in Vietnam.
101st Airborne, 327th Infantry Regiment Vietnam Veterans
Home of the 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment (WW-II) - the famed Red Devils of the All-American Division in World War II
517th Parachute Regimental Combat Team
This site is dedicated to all Troopers of the 517th PRCT, their families, and the brave French and Belgian Resistance Fighters who supported and fought with the 517 PRCT in WWII.
This website pays homage to those young Americans, who fought 06 June 1944, at Omaha Beach, Utah Beach, and the Pointe du Hoc, places responsible for changing the course of history.
Inside this website showcases the comraderie that the Airborne brotherhood is all about.
Co B, 2nd/501st Inf.(101st Abn Div.) - RVN 67-72
Arrived Vietnam 19 Nov 67 Departed Vietnam 10 Mar 72
D-Day: Etat des lieux
When the veterans leave, there will remain to us only these places to recall us what occurred there, on that day in June 1944.
Drop Zone Virtual Museum
The Unknown Story of the Men and Women of WWII's OSS
Kilroy Was Here
Kilroy Was Here legends started from the most likely to the most whimsical. Sightings of Kilroy Was Here which continue today
Paratrooper.net (or PNET) is one of the oldest paratrooper communities online. Serving troopers for over 10 years.
Paratroopers of the 50's
CJ Magro focuses on the proud paratroopers of the 1950s!
187th Airbourne Infantry Regiment Association
We represent the active, retired and other former soldiers who have served in the Regiment/Bergade.
The American Legion unveils web page dedicated to military honor and remembrance
“All veterans and military families are encouraged to share stories of their time in uniform and/or their family’s military legacy. This is one way in which The American Legion is continuing to honor America’s servicemen and women, past and present, who keep our nation safe,” said James Hall of New Jersey, chairman of The American Legion Magazine Commission, which oversees the organization’s website.
Readers have submitted more than 150 stories since the web page officially launched in May. Those wanting to share their stories can go to www.legiontown.org to submit text and photos online. Once approved by an administrator, those stories will appear on the honor and remembrance web page.
“We know that honoring our military heroes is incredibly important to our membership, and veterans and their family members everywhere,” said Hall, who fought in the Battle of the Bulge. “Sadly, our World War II vets are dying off. We launched this web page so that we could preserve their memories and heroic efforts for future generations. But of course this web page is open to all veterans, regardless of time of service.”
Other features of the web page include:
•A collection of articles and photos about honor and remembrance that have appeared in The American Legion Magazine.
•A special “In Memoriam” module for those who want to honor veterans who have passed on by providing their own tributes. Families are encouraged to submit obituaries of veterans by going to www.legion.org/honor and clicking on “In Memoriam.” Once you fill in the deceased’s name, the obituary and upload a photo (optional), just hit the save button. There is no charge.
•A database of more than 1,200 museums, memorials or cemeteries that can help you plan a visit or an opportunity to explore online. These sacred places are compiled in a database, searchable by state and category. To suggest an addition to the database, send an email to email@example.com or call (317) 630-1298.
•Photo galleries of prominent places of remembrance, including Arlington National Cemetery and U.S. memorials, U.S. military museums, and monuments and cemeteries in Europe.
About The American Legion: The American Legion is the nation’s largest veterans service organization with 2.4 million members in 14,000 posts nationwide and overseas.
For more information about the Honor and Remembrance web page, please visit www.legion.org/honor
To contribute a story to the page, go to www.legiontown.org. Those without access to a computer may mail their information to Honor & Remembrance, c/o The American Legion, 700 N. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, IN 46204.
Questions may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
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