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Charles Schulz, Army. 1943-45 staff sergeant 20th Armored Division in Europe as a squad leader on a machine gun team. (Peanuts Cartoon Creator)

Charles Schulz, Army. 1943-45 staff sergeant 20th Armored Division in Europe as a squad leader on a machine gun team. (Peanuts Cartoon Creator)

Private First Class Robert "Lucky" Leckie is one of the three main characters of The Pacific. >>> His wartime experiences stayed with him: near the end of his life, when he might've forgotten the names of loved ones, the memories of fighting the Japanese remained crystal-clear in his mind.

Robert Leckie

Private First Class Robert "Lucky" Leckie is one of the three main characters of The Pacific. >>> His wartime experiences stayed with him: near the end of his life, when he might've forgotten the names of loved ones, the memories of fighting the Japanese remained crystal-clear in his mind.

Historic photographs from around the world…

Historic photographs from around the world…

Real History in real pictures. @Erika Arment look at the British SAS photo and tell me if you think the guy in the front looks like Paul. He thinks I'm crazy, I think he's a time traveller

<b>Guaranteed to make you smile!</b>

19 Heartwarming Photographs Of U.S. Veterans, Then And Now

Retired Col. George "Bud" Day has died #RIP

George 'Bud' Day dies at 88; POW was John McCain's cellmate in Vietnam

Colonel Gregory "Pappy" Boyington, Marine Corps Ace credited with the destruction of 28 Japanese aircraft, was awarded the Medal of Honor "for extraordinary heroism above and beyond the call of duty" while in command of a Marine Fighting Squadron in the Central Solomons Area from 12 September 1943 to 3 January 1944. He was shot down over Rabaul on the latter date, and his capture by the Japanese was followed by 20 months as a prisoner of war.

Colonel Gregory "Pappy" Boyington, Marine Corps Ace credited with the destruction of 28 Japanese aircraft, was awarded the Medal of Honor "for extraordinary heroism above and beyond the call of duty" while in command of a Marine Fighting Squadron in the Central Solomons Area from 12 September 1943 to 3 January 1944. He was shot down over Rabaul on the latter date, and his capture by the Japanese was followed by 20 months as a prisoner of war.

When we step on the battlefield, I will be  The First Boots On and the Last Boots Off.  - LtG. Hal Moore

When we step on the battlefield, I will be The First Boots On and the Last Boots Off. - LtG. Hal Moore

Col Chesty Puller, Commander of Marine Infantry Training Regiment at Camp Lajeune, North Carolina, USA, July 1945

[Photo] Col Chesty Puller, Commander of Marine Infantry Training Regiment at Camp Lajeune, North Carolina, USA, July 1945

Col Chesty Puller, Commander of Marine Infantry Training Regiment at Camp Lajeune, North Carolina, USA, July 1945

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