There are a number of little known, interesting facts about the Vietnam War.
At the Armed Forces History Museum in Largo, FL, visitors pass through a replica of the Ho Chi Minh Trail in the Vietnam Gallery. As visitors enter the trail, they hear the all too familiar sound associated with this [...]
This list of Top Ten Armies (Military Powers) in the world is subjective at best. Unless you looked at specific aspects and judged based on that criteria alone, the list cannot be definitive. One can look at a nation’s defense budget or the size of their enlisted members, or combine the two. Another area for [...]
Many facts and stories from previous conflicts remain in the spotlight long after they have passed. One that seems to elude many is the name of the longest surviving POW – USAF Airman First Class William Andrew Robinson. If asked, how many individuals would even be able to answer which conflict Bill was [...]
Because the POW/MIA flag was presented on a US Postal Stamp back in 1995, the US Postmaster declined the flag for a forever stamp. The 1995 [...]
Military Memorabilia is far more than just collectible items. These items tell a story, they give us the rich history behind the men and women who made valiant sacrifices in order to serve their country and preserve the freedom we still continue to experience today. Military memorabilia is a porthole to the past; [...]
Our nation, our military, our Tampa Bay area lost a great man today – retired General H. Norman Schwarzkopf passed away in Tampa due to complications from pneumonia. Known by most as “Stormin’ Norman”, General Schwarzkopf lived by his own words, “Leadership is a potent combination of strategy and character. But if you [...]