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 3:22 minutes
Freedom Is Not Free - Soldiers Pledge by Ronald Reagan
"Arlington" USA Military Tribute by Trace Adkins
 4:06 minutes
In Memory of Bob Hope
 10:00 minutes
Thank You For Your Service - A Moment Of Truth
 2:31 minutes
Path Of The Warrior
 6:10 minutes
Arlington Flyover.  Two Air Force Pilots, Major Howard V. Andre Jr. and Major James E. Sizemore, were recently buried at Arlington National Cemetery and were honored with a flyover by civilian pilots. The Air Force pilots were Killed In Action over Laos during the Vietnam War and their remains were only recently discovered and returned for proper burial at Arlington. This Flight of Honor was truly awesome for the other pilots to plan and conduct it. 
 3:53 minutes
 7:25 minutes
A true story about 19 marines killed on Makin Island (defending against the Japanese)
The Largest Aircraft Carrier in The World (full video) This is a story about the USS Nimitz which is no longer the largest carrier, however the story in very interesting and there is a lot of great information about the history of carriers in this video.
 44:31 minutes
Korean War Medal of Honor Recipient, Father Emil Kapaun - Truly inspiring at a time when our nation needs to be reminded of past sacrifices.
 5:02 minutes
Project Vigil: D-Day 2014, The saluting boy on Omaha beach - Another inspiring video at a time when our nation needs to be reminded of past sacrifices.  Great young American. ​This is Beautiful!!! Out of the mouths of babes. There is still hope for America yet!  11 year old boy, D-Day 2014 France.
 7:30 minutes
 3:50 minutes
Ohio Boy's $20 Gift To Soldier Multiplies - True story, get the kleenex
Star Spangled Banner As You've Never Heard It
 11:38 minutes
 28:33 minutes
USS New Jersey - Recommissioned for Vietnam - American Dreadnought - USS New Jersey is recommissioned to join the fleet for service in Vietnam. 
Kamikaze attacks on the USS Laffey during WWII
 4:44 minutes
 7:35 minutes
Vietnam POW 40th Reunion - News Coverage about Charlie Plumb and his fellow prisoners.
12:07 minutes
Memorial Day Speech - by Dale Maddy in Lodi, WI 
We shall Never Forget - 9-11 Tribute - 9-11 Super Bowl Commercial - Budweiser - AIRED ONLY ONCE HD  Here is the famous commercial Budweiser produced after 9/11. They aired it during Super Bowl XXXVI in January of '02. They refused to air it again, despite overwhelming calls to do so, so as not to benefit financially from it - they just wanted to acknowledge the tragic event... 
 0:51 seconds
Veteran to Veteran
 4:33 minutes
John Wayne 1970 Variety Show Celebrating America's History The cast sings God  Bless America
Inside The Army’s Spectacular Hidden Treasure Room  you will not believe this...
Portage WWII History Museum - Click link for more information
There Are Many Vietnam War Protesters Pictured On This Link.  God may forgive them, but many soldiers and sailors never will!  There is a picture of John Kerry protesting in these pictures. Many veterans consider him to be a traitor  to the American GI.  Some say even God will never forgive his ass!  The North Vietnamese were about to surrender, but gained strength because of these protesters, they continued to fight.
Vietnam Immigrant  by Quang Nguyen                   A must read!
I Fought For You 
 4:04 minutes
Pledge of Allegiance by Red Skelton
 4:19 minutes
If I Were the Devil by Paul Harvey (Warning for a Nation) 
 2:53 minutes
God Bless The USA by the Texas Tenors
 3:01 minutes
Eternal Peace - World War II Valor in the Pacific
The Ships of Iron Bottom sound - Leonard Joslin was stationed on the USS Quincy CA-39 which was sunk at Guadalcanal on August 9, 1942 by the Japanese.  Read about Leonard in Million Dollar Experience in Chapter 16, a WWII Survivor.  This is a video about some of the ships that ended up in underwater grave yard known as Iron Bottom sound.  Music: "Hummell Gets The Rockets" by Nick Glennie-Smith, Harry Gregson-Williams, Hans Zimmer (Google Play • AmazonMP3)
 6:26 minutes
Armed Forces Medley by US Army Field Band and Soldiers' Chorus
Mansions of the Lord by West Point Military Academy and Ronan Tynan. Pictures of military personnel and military burial services. This DVD is dedicated to the American servicemen and women who paid for our freedom with their lives. DVD by John Langskov.
 3:32 minutes
 8:41 minutes
Just A Common Soldier, also known as A Soldier Died Today, is one of the most popular poems on the Internet. Written and published in 1987 by Canadian veteran and columnist A. Lawrence Vaincourt, it now appears in numerous anthologies, on thousands of websites and on July 4, 2008 it was carved into a marble monument at West Point, New York.
 5:34 minutes
1975 - Fall Of Saigon Photo Slide Show
Whether you supported the war or protested it, you should view these photos. It tells the story about what the American military was doing in Vietnam. They were saving peoples lives.  The pictures tell it all.  
America should be proud of those men and women who helped.
 16:58 minutes
The Virtual Wall The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington DC honors those who died in the Vietnam War. Their relatives and friends leave letters, poems, and photographs at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and on this web site. We bring the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to your home to help remember the sacrifices of the fallen and their families
 2:24 minutes
Vietnam War Memorial in Colorado Mountains - Somewhere in Colorado ...
Once the military.com site opens, it takes a few seconds for the video to automatically start. This is from some dirt bikers along the continental divide near Gunnison, Colorado who stumble upon a Vietnam memorial in the woods. Whoever did it, put a lot of money into it. Interesting to say the least as to the location and how did it get there. 
 5:44 minutes
THE LOST 74 - 74 men of the USS Frank E. Evans DD-754 killed in the Vietnam war have been forgotten?
The Salute
Food City is a Southern grocery store chain with headquarters in Bristol, Tennessee.  This is their One-Minute Commercial.  Not a word spoken and none is needed.  
 1:00 minute
Tribute to Vietnam Veterans 
Vietnam, 50 years later.  Doesn't seem that long ago!!! How quickly we forget the sacrifices of those who served!!!
                                                                                                                             Sam Elliot narrates this stirring video.
 4:48 minute
STEM in the U.S. Navy - Published on Feb 19, 2016 - People are making a difference in the U.S. Navy through STEM. The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math skills are key to unlocking some of our greatest innovations, and the people who inspire us today and tomorrow are making sure our ships can travel the seas, our aircraft soar through the clouds, and that our Fleet has the tools it needs to defend the nation. (U.S. Navy video/Released)
 2:35 minutes
A Short Documentary made in memory of the 74 US Sailors who died in a collision at sea, involving the USS Frank E. Evans and the HMAS Melbourne.