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A Final Resting Place at America’s Most Hallowed Grounds: The Arlington 14 From the Six Triple Eight
Just when you thought that most of the stories of the legendary all-black female military unit from World War II had been told, along comes the recent discovery that 14 of the 855 women from the “Six Triple Eight” have a final resting place at America’s most hallowed grounds, Arlington National Cemetery.
The Fruits of Cooperation: Bringing Home Captain Lawrence Dickson
The search for the Tuskegee Airman is over.
Not All Military Service was Honorable: Realities of Genealogical Research
A genealogist’s research into her uncle’s WWII military service ends with surprising results.
Camp Shelby dedicates Gold Star Families Memorial Monument
The unveiling of the Camp Shelby Gold Star Memorial Monument was a moving experience for families.
Accounting for Unrecovered Service Members in 2018
DPAA and Families Gather