Master Sgt. Aaron Kliatchko will be honored with a formal funeral on Friday, June 29, 2018, 10:00am, at Arlington National Cemetery. Reception follows at museum… Read MoreMaster Sgt. Aaron Kliatchko, WWII POW, to be honored at Arlington National Cemetery »
A body of an American solider lying peacefully in the snow in a battlefield in Belgium. A Jewish boy in Brooklyn orphaned twice by World… Read MoreA Soldier, An Orphan, and a Photographer »
Tex Blair and Seymour Samuels share their Passover experiences while serving in Vietnam. The two helped prepare for the arrival of star tenor Richard Tucker,… Read MoreThe New York Opera Star at the Saigon Seder »
To ease the burden on the postal system, V-mail was introduced during World War II for correspondence with service members stationed abroad. Stationery was photographed… Read MoreL’shana Tova: Rosh Hashanah V-Mail from World War II »
The U.S. entered WWI on April 6, 1917. That night was Erev Pesach. If there were any Passover observances in the tiny American military that day,… Read MoreAmerican Passovers in Europe in the First World War »
A few photos for March 29th, National Vietnam War Veterans Day. Thank you for your service to all Vietnam vets.