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View of the Week: Sergeant York

During the Daily Deployment Status Monday, The XO reflected upon Sergeant York as he “aptures “the whole damned German Army”…Please Enjoy:

View of the Week: US Army in Charge!!!!

The U.S. Army was in charge of exploring and mapping America. The Lewis and Clark Expedition was an Army endeavor from beginning to end. President Thomas Jefferson turned to the Army for this important mission and authorized the recruitment of noncommissioned officers. Captains Lewis and Clark relied implicitly on the leadership of their noncommissioned officers. Click here to read about SergeantContinue reading “View of the Week: US Army in Charge!!!!”

100 years ago: Entire National Guard drafted for World War I

ARLINGTON, Va. – On this date 100 years ago, August 5, 1917, the entire National Guard was drafted into U.S. Army service for World War I. This represented the culmination of several steps declared by Source: 100 years ago: Entire National Guard drafted for World War I

On Our World

In 1967, Israel fought against the Odds–the snapshot reflects it. However, it has come a long way–in spite of the COVID 19 Pandemic, recently it held joint exercises with the US Air Force with the F35 Fleet.

Museum Field Notes

Learning from the Art History of Epidemics By¬†M. Jordan LoveWhen medical students at the University of Virginia¬†switched to remote learning, the school called in a curator from its campus art museum to contribute to a special course called “Confronting Epidemics.” Find out what artworks she suggested and what the students learned from them. Read moreContinue reading “Museum Field Notes”

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