Posts Tagged With: navy

Military Monday – Glenview Hangar One Foundation and Museum

Have you ever walked into a historic site or former military area and felt the energy and know there are so many stories just waiting to be told? That’s how I felt this weekend when a friend and I visited Glenview’s Hangar One Foundation Museum.It is almost as if the men who trained and served […]

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Military Monday – “Can Do!” The Story of the Seabees

Ever wonder how the U.S. accomplished everything during World War II to win the war? It took good old American pride, courage, determination, strength, and plenty of ingenuity! We have all heard the story of the infantrymen, the pilots, and the Marines who fought the war. But have you heard the story of those men […]

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Military Monday – Unknown World War II Soldiers

I’ve been writing a few books on my military ancestors based on my Finishing the Story lecture. If you haven’t heard it and live in the Chicago area, I think I’ve only got one more date on my calendar for that lecture this year. The second lecture in what is now becoming a series will […]

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