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Published Date: 8/25/2014
Neil Armstrong may be the most famous astronaut in American history thanks to his historic first steps onto the moon. In addition to his giant leap for mankind, Armstrong flew combat missions for the U.S. Navy, tested experimental aircraft, worked as an aerospace...
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Published Date: 6/6/2014
In 2009 Marine Capt. Matthew Freeman was killed by enemy fire in Afghanistan. His sudden death dealt a serious blow to his family and friends, but his memory inspired his mother, Lisa Freeman, to honor her son's life by helping others. ...
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Published Date: 4/24/2014
In 1943, Joe Hunt was on top of the U.S. tennis rankings, coming off a win in the U.S. singles championship. After joining the Navy during World War II, he was killed in a military training accident off the Florida coast. After his death, history largely forgot Joe...
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Published Date: 2/4/2014
Nancy Kulp no longer may be a household name, but it only takes watching a couple of episodes of "The Beverly Hillbillies" to understand her appeal as a comic actress...
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Published Date: 1/23/2014
Johnny Carson started entertaining audiences at 14 with magic tricks as "The Great Carsoni." He would go on to serve in the Navy during World War II, where he performed a magic trick for the U.S secretary of the Navy, before starting a career in radio and television....
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Published Date: 12/24/2013
As the year comes to a close, we remember our neighbors around the world who suffered through the some worst days of 2013 ...
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