Remembering The Forgotten Vet's

We are now after an unacceptable period of time bringing the recognition of the Vietnam Veteran to the American people for the recognition that was shamefully denied them. I watched with pride the recent awarding of the Medal of Honor to a Vietnam War hero that somehow "fell through the crack". I commend the individual who discovered this oversight and pursued with vigor to right a wrong for a Screaming Eagle Army hero. The stigma of this regrettable War may be finally over.

A hole on the Hoel

USS HOEL DDG13 69/70 WESTPAC On a hot, eternal Summer’s day at the equator during the USS Hoel’s 5th Westpac cruise, the forward fire room lost power. Emergency measures had to be used to avoid an explosion in the fire room.

Wayne T. "The Bombdog" Bernhardt

"They honored Wayne with a Fallen Soldier ceremony. Soldiers lined both sides of the C-130 with the casket bearers solemnly marching Wayne to the aircraft. The soldiers all saluted Wayne as he passed and a prayer was said for him."

Two Choices

How I joined the service.


Standing on the shore-line we watched a cruise ship heading home. The American flag waiving briskly in the wind with the ships band playing our National Anthem. We cried as we also wished to go home, The place was Venice, Italy and we were on leave of absence from The U.S. Army in Germany sight seeing Europe but no other sight could remove the thoughts of going home,for that we had to wait.

American Legion Post #140 Family

Wonderful things around the Community.

Souderton Legion Burger Day

Homemade cheeseburgers help warm the hearts of those who serve this country!

Pearl Harbor Rememberance day

With Pearl Harbor Remembrance day fast approaching, I'd like to remind everyone to ready your busy schedule and prepare to lower your flag(s) to honor the soldiers that gave their life to protect the freedom we hold so dear in this country

Navy Retiree's Restore Vintage Bomber

An abandoned Douglas A-3D Skywarrior restored from airport eyesore to airport beauty

Why I Fight: A common soldier's take on war

“Epic Words” of a warrior.