Remembering Tuskegee Airmen

We remember the famed Tuskegee Airmen, the first black pilots to serve in the American armed forces.
Tuskegee Airmen

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Wednesday | 12.12.2018

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MIA No More

By: Linnea Crowther

MIA No More (Flickr Creative Commons | Brian Smithson, Old Geordie)

This Veterans Day, we're offering a special salute to those Missing In Action

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A Proper Hero

By: Legacy Staff

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There aren’t many 20-somethings who are praised by the President of the United States for their heroism, but Mike Proper was one of them

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Bob Hope’s USO

By: Linnea Crowther

Bob Hope USO Tour (Getty Images)

Bob Hope headlined 57 USO tours, bringing laughter to the lives of U.S. military men and women

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WWII Vet Dies at 107

By: Legacy Staff

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The men and women who fought in World War II are disappearing, and this week saw the death of one of the war’s oldest combatants

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Death of a War Hero

By: Legacy Staff

Edward “Babe” Heffron, a member of the famed Band of Brothers who served in the U.S. Army in World War II, died this week at 90

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Faces of the Fallen

By: Linnea Crowther

On Memorial Day, as we tip our hats to all who have fought and died for our country, we look at a few of those proud faces

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An American Hero

By: Legacy Staff

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John Moton Jr. valiantly served his country in World War II, but it was 65 years before he received his medals