A Century of Friendship and Brotherhood
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
On June 14, 1917, 200,000 American soldiers set sail from New York to the Old Continent to defend freedom alongside their allies. On June 25, 1917, the first division infantry Big Red One landed in Saint-Nazaire and was shortly followed by 2 million men.
American soldiers wounded in Afghan 'insider attack'
Three American troops have been wounded after an Afghan soldier opened fire on them at a base in the southern province of Helmand, the NATO-led Resolute Support mission said, as separate attacks and clashes across the country left dozens dead.
An American soldier in the Norwegian Winter Warfare course
SOFREP (press release) (subscription)
This is a special guest post from Ken Miller who recently attended the highly regarded Norwegian winter warfare course. -Jack. A few months back my Unit began asking for volunteers to attend the Norwegian School of Winter Warfare. With my time being ...
Q5: Local historian's new book focuses on American soldiers in WWI
My new book is "Pershing's Crusaders: The American Soldier in World War I," published by the University Press of Kansas. The book is intended to give the reader an understanding of what it meant to serve as a doughboy in the Great War. The book focuses ...