“Where the Hell is Korea?” – Warfare in the land of Sorrow.”

The Korean War, often referred to as the “Forgotten War” is being remembered at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC) with a new special exhibit. On Armed Forces Day, May 18, 2019, and in anticipation of the 70th commemoration of the start of the Korean War in June 2020, the Center will open a new exhibit - “Where the Hell is Korea?” – Warfare in the land of Sorrow.”

Arlington Interment of my brother Thomas E. Langenfeld

A chronology of images documenting the process of the interment.

Post 178 Rio Vista begins monthly newsletter

American Legion "The River Vets Newsletter"

When They Were Small I Knew Them All

Painting depicting a sad Santa remembering all those who gave all when they were children.

Articles about veterans

Articles about Texas South Plains Veterans

Honoring our vets

Murals from WWll, Korean war to Vietnam, Desert Storm, Iraq, Afghanistan. These murals were painted by a Vietnam Vet Thomas Zachery (ZAK)in Bakersfield Ca.


Save your love by Great White

Honor Flight

I would like to submit this photo that I took at the Iwo Jima Memorial in Washington D.C. on a recent Honor Flight from Binghamton (Twin Tiers Honor Flight).

Mobility Companies make Veterans lives more meaningful

Custom military designs for the military

An American "Hood Ornament"

Two-year-old Luke Daubenspeck flies "Old Glory" to honor America and her veterans and service men and women.