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Johnny Cash for his album "Drive On" which was dedicated to the Veterans of the Vietnam War. What a Patriot he was.

Hugh Morton’s famous image of Johnny Cash holding aloft the American flag. --NC, 1974 * Johnny Cash -- "Ragged Old Flag" The Johnny CashShow --"This Land is Your Land", 1969 read more.

Edward P. "Ed" McMahon Jr. (1923-2009). Capt., U.S. Marine Corps, 1943-45, 52-53, WW II & Korean War. Served as a Corsair fighter pilot instructor in WW II, then flew 85 artillery-spotting missions over Korea in a Cessna Bird Dog earning 6 Air Medals. He was later promoted to colonel in the reserves, and BrigGen in the Calif Nat'l Guard.

Edward P. "Ed" McMahon Jr. Served as a Corsair fighter pilot instructor in WW II; later promoted to Col. in the reserves, and BrigGen in the CA National Guard.

MADE IN THE USA! Print Size: 16"x24" The text on the print reads: "I heard a voice saying, whom shall we send? Who will protect us? Then I said, Here I am, Send Me."

Send Me (Police)

PRINT SIZE: The text on the print reads: "I heard a voice saying, whom shall we send? Who will protect us? Then I said, Here I am, Send Me." If you select the framed option.

John W. "Johnny" Carson (1925-2005). Ensign, U.S. Navy 1943-45 WW II. He enlisted as a Seaman Apprentice and later received a commission. He served as OIC of decoding messages on the USS Pennsylvania in the Pacific.

Johnny Carson served in the U. He enlisted as a Seaman Apprentice and later received a commission. He served as OIC of decoding messages on the USS Pennsylvania in the Pacific.

It Starts With a Lone Cellist… And Grows to 120 Musicians! The U.S. Air Force Band Flash Mobs the Smithsonian In Style! | The Veterans Site Blog

A thrilling presentation of a Marine Silent Drill Team going through its paces at an NBA basketball game halftime show.

A ninth plate tintype of a Johnny Reb. This one has his name scratched into the backside of the preserver. Mr. Joseph Cady of Alabama. Joseph muster with Co. B of the 3rd Alabama Volunteer Militia on March 1st of 1862. After a short stint with that regiment it was mustered out and he then took arms with Co. A of the 11th Alabama Infantry. The 11th saw a lot of very heavy action during their service. Not much information can be found on Cady but it appears he did sign his Oath of Allegiance…

A ninth plate tintype of a Johnny Reb. This one has his name scratched into the backside of the preserver. Mr. Joseph Cady of Alabama. Joseph muster with Co. B of the 3rd Alabama Volunteer Militia on March 1st of 1862. After a short stint with that regiment it was mustered out and he then took arms with Co. A of the 11th Alabama Infantry. The 11th saw a lot of very heavy action during their service. Not much information can be found on Cady but it appears he did sign his Oath of Allegiance…

Civil War: Here is a new figure that represents , Company B, 5th Texas Mounted Rifles of General Sibley's (C.S.A.) Army of the Southwest in 1861. Two companies of the 5th were armed with lances and at least Company B took part in a charge at the Battle of Valverde in what is today , New Mexico.

*CIVIL WAR ~ Company B, Texas Mounted Rifles of General Sibley's (C.) Army of the Southwest in Two companies of the were armed with lances and at least Company B took part in a charge at the Battle of Valverde in what is today , New Mexico.

Johnny Johnson (Wing Commander James E Johnson) The top RAF fighter ace shooting down 38 German planes. Seen here with his pet Labrador Sally - Battle of Britain 1940

peerintothepast: “Johnny Johnson (Wing Commander James E Johnson): The top RAF fighter ace, shooting down 38 German planes. Seen here with his pet labrador Sally - Battle of Britain 1940 ”

A sixth plate ambrotype identified as Lindsey Williams of the 22nd North Carolina Infantry, Co. M. known as the "Randolph Hornets". Lindsey sits here dressed in a dark brown uniform while displaying a Smith and Wesson Model 1 revolver that probably did him little good in battle. Lindsey would enlist in mid March 13th of 1863 serving in the Army of Northern Virginia. His first action would come at Chancellorsville where the regiment would take a beating losing 219 men and 26 out of 33…

A sixth plate ambrotype identified as Lindsey Williams of the 22nd North Carolina Infantry, Co. M. known as the "Randolph Hornets". Lindsey sits here dressed in a dark brown uniform while displaying a Smith and Wesson Model 1 revolver that probably did him little good in battle. Lindsey would enlist in mid March 13th of 1863 serving in the Army of Northern Virginia. His first action would come at Chancellorsville where the regiment would take a beating losing 219 men and 26 out of 33…

Adopt a Marine for Thanksgiving. I am happy to know that people do this! :D

Adopt a Marine for Thanksgiving. I am happy to know that people do this!

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