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90 years ago, the U. S. Navy’s first aircraft carrier, the USS Langley was commissioned, after having been converted from a collier, the USS Jupiter. As one of the blog responders comments, “The ship is fitted to accommodate ten ship’s […]

I have a close friend who was in the Ripcord battle.  He sent me the following e-mail about one of his Ripcord Associates who recently died.  It’s a beautiful eulogy; please take the time to read it to the end. […]

Here’s an interesting bike ride video that took place on the 4th of July.  Unfortunately, we did not receive the link in time to be featured closer to the actual event but viewing the video later in no way loses […]

By ‘Doc Hutch’ As a Corpsman in green and not navy blue, I offer this poem from a Doc’s point of view. We’ve been honored by stories, poems and such By Marines we have served with and respected so much. […]

Here’s an e-mail from a lawyer friend of mine.  He gave me permission to publish it for all of our America In Uniform supporters. To all: In the performance of my menial job, I am required to examine Abstracts of Title to […]

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