The Warrior Games

This week starting September 21 to September 28th the Department of Defense Warrior Games will begin. The Warrior Games began in 2010 for sick or wounded service members to compete in team and Olympic sporting competitions. The Warrior Games were unfortunately canceled last year due to Covid-19 in San Antonio Texas but is back this […]

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National Airborne Day

National Airborne Day, August 16th, is a day of celebration for the accomplishments, bravery, and service of the Army parachute tradition. In 2001, President George W. Bush proclaimed this date to be the annual day to respect airborne activity in honor of the Airborne Rangers. Then following in 2009 the Senate made full recognition of […]

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National Freedom Day

National Freedom Day, February 1, 1865, was the day President Lincoln signed a joint agreement to ratify the 13th amendment to the U.S. constitution, abolishing slavery. The amendment was officially a part of the constitution in December of the same year. On June 30, 1984, President Truman signed National Freedom Day into law. Richard Robert […]

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