Skip to comments.Military History Web page (Gold Mine of cool stuff)
Posted on 06/10/2010 11:05:57 AM PDT by NavyCanDo
John's Military History Page:
Virtual Battlefield Tours Armored Fighting Vehicles Military History Book Store And much More
1776...1776...Hmmm...I know that number has some significance...I just can't remember why...
It was a bath house address on the South Side where a discreet politician could meet other discreet members of the ‘community’.
The Civil War virtual battlefield section is excellent. Thank you for the link
Super cool. I am particularly interested in the virtual battlefield section. Thanks!
Let the folks over at FR’s VetsCOR know about this
Not sure how to PING them, but I’m sure a lot of Vets, and military history buffs would love this web site. I spent my whole lunch hour in it.
Just put it up over on FR;s VetsCOR thread for you.
1776...1776...Hmmm...I know that number has some significance...I just can’t remember why...
Uhh...maybe it has something to do with “corpse”-men.
(When Obama’s staff allowed him to repeat that pronunciation more
than once...well you know nobody on his staff has served or even watched
a documentary involving the Marines or Navy)
Made me homesick for Brandywine Battlefield, Valley Forge Battlefield, and Fort McHenry. All my old stomping grounds in a past life.
BHO, rotten to the CORPS!
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