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World War II: Air Force Stories

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Saluting America’s Veterans

September 17, 2007 -- From Patrick, a reader, from New York, NY, who is affiliated with the site.

“Saluting America’s Veterans” is a new website where U.S. military veterans are being invited to share personal remembrances, photos, and videos documenting their war experiences. The site’s being launched this week in conjunction with “The War,” the new Ken Burns documentary that tells the story of WWII from the perspective of a handful of service members. Anchored by a profile of Burns and exclusive video excerpts from the documentary, this interactive, multimedia website aims to serve as a living museum, a first-hand memorial dedicated to veterans of all wars and all military branches. Rounding out the site are dozens of features about American veterans originally published in American Profile, the weekly print magazine that celebrates hometown life.


Education @ The National World War II Museum

May 1, 2007 -- From Mike, a reader, from New Orleans, Louisiana, who is affiliated with the site.

Employing an object-based learning experience, the Museum uses its rich collection of artifacts and archives to take history beyond the pages of textbooks and into the hands of curious students.

Squadron Patches of WWII

October 21, 2006 -- From Brian, a reader, from Lake Forest, CA. who is affiliated with the site.

WWII Squadron Patch Picture Gallery ~ visual collection of 100’s of WWII Squadron Patches from Walt Disney, Warner Brothers, RKO and more!

Reuben W. Hendrickson in his P-40 Warhawk, a “Flying Tiger

August 19, 2000 -- From Reuben W. Hendrickson, Flying Tiger, a reader from Virginia, US who is affiliated with the site

It’s my dad, what can I say?

American Fighter Pilot Aces of World War Two

November 21, 1999 -- From Stephen Sherman, a reader from New York, US who is affiliated with the site

Brief biographies and combat stories of the great American fighter pilots of WWII. Sort of an old fashioned collection of stories about heroes.

Combat Stories of World War II

November 8, 1999 -- From Ernie Herr, a reader from North Carolina who is affiliated with the site

The site has received the Gold 5 Star Award of the American War Library and has received many excellent reviews which are displayed at the site. These are combat stories written by a combat veteran.