The Super Bowl is now history, but one item stood out for the military. It was the Jeep “Whole Again” commercial. It is something to share with others, and we share it with you.Read More
One man can and does make a difference. It is Larry Eckhardt. He is known as the flagman. You’ll find him traveling hundreds of miles from his home in Illinois to place his flags along as much as eight miles of highway and rural roads to honor a soldier who died in service to his country. CBS says it best in its tribute to Larry.Read More
Stories that reach deep down and grab your heart are that way because the people in the story have experienced something powerful in life. A friendship or maybe a romantic relationship. The story of Taylor Morris, U.S. Navy, has both and it will touch you in a way you won’t expect.Read More
Here is a video that says it all. It is I’m Putting Up the Flag. His thoughts are very reflective and the message is clear. He puts up his flag because he can.
So, here is a video to all who have served. You made what he does possible.
Just six weeks after he married Peggy, 1st Lieutenant Billy D Harris of Oklahoma, was shipped off to war. He was listed as missing in action in Normandy. Peggy spent the next 60+ years waiting to learn what really happened. She waited for her Billy. She reached out to many people, government entities and officials. No answer was found for the most important questions. How did he die? Was he found? And, if dead where are his remains? He was lost in plain sight.Read More
What started out as a little shop named Pat’s Gourmet Coffee Shop, in Mooresville, NC. named in honor of his wife, became much more. It became a Living Military Museum, named in honor of the man who spent the last 14 years of his life honoring and supporting America’s Veterans.Read More
The greatest play in baseball was by Rick Monday in April 1976, but it did not involve a baseball. On April 25, 1976, at Dodger Stadium, Chicago Cubs’ Rick Monday grabbed an American flag from two individuals, as they were trying to burn our flag in the middle of the playing field. It was an outstanding act of American Patriotism.Read More
December 7th, 1941, the USS ARIZONA was sunk and many died. The USS ARIZONA is the final resting place of 1,102 of the 1,177 who died that day interred. Others survived and continued to serve in the military. Some continued their careers in the Navy, some returned to civilian life. All eventually returned to civilian life and hometowns to live out their lives.Read More