Experts place fiberglass soldiers on make-believe battlefields as the Army's new flagship museum nears completion.
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ARLINGTON, Va. - She met him, but she never knew him.
In the middle of a pitched battle in Iraq came a request for help: Members of Staff Sgt. David Bellavia's platoon of soldiers were pinned down in a dark house under intense close-range machine-gun fire.
Pence honored the more than 100 World War II veterans who were in attendance during Thursday’s ceremony, which drew a crowd of about 12,000 people to Bedford, the largest crowd at the memorial since its dedication in 2001.
Ugo Giannini was in combat for 244 days during World War II, starting with his landing on Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944. But he never really left the battlefield for the remaining 50 years of his life.
Memorial Day is for remembering
The U.S. Army commissioned Fort Omaha to train balloon pilots to serve as lookouts on the front lines. Those men are remembered as "pioneers of space."
Ivy Edwards and Pamela Y. Gay, members of the 183rd Personnel Service Company in Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Storm, boarded a truck filled with supplies to take to unit members closer to Kuwait.