Other

 
 
Military Misc. Reference
Army Historical Foundation
National Museum of the United States Army
Books for Soldiers Census 2010 Data
(Link provided courtesy of Neal Schwartz)
Department of the Army Publications and Forms Department Honor Flight Internet Rumors and Scams
Field Artillery Museum (on Facebook) Human Statue of Liberty
(Courtesy of Rich Webekind)
Teach Parents Tech

This website was created by Google to help with many common PC questions. It contains more than 50 two-minute videos with step-by-step instructions. You can even send a tech support "Care Package" to others via email.

Fort Sill (on Facebook) Made in America

These links help you find products Made in America.

American suppliers and American manufactures of construction materials


Consumer Products
 

(Links provided courtesy of Jim Braun)

vPike.com

Provides Google street view, area photos, local traffic conditions, a map measurement tool, and driving directions. Use vPike street view to acquaint yourself with an area before you go there or you can call up places from your past to see what they look like now. vPike also has a driving simulator that enables you to simulate a drive-by of an area while you watch the street view scenery.

Fort Sill Museum Brochure - PDF Military Art-George Finley World Time Zones
(Courtesy of TimeTemperature.com)
Fort Sill Museum Brochure - Photo Move Over America (Driver Info)  
Kilroy was Here

He is engraved in stone in the National War Memorial in Washington, DC, back in a small alcove where very few people have seen it. For the WWII generation, this will bring back memories. For the younger folks, it's a bit of trivia that is a part of our American history. Anyone born in 1913 to about 1950, is familiar with Kilroy. No one knew why he was so well known-but everybody seemed to get into it. So who was Kilroy? Click the link to find out.

My Favorite Places (US) Website  
Military Equipment Specifications My Favorite Places (Australia) Website  
Military History Online
(Link provided courtesy of Neal Schwartz)
Music (Jukebox) from all eras
(Link provided courtesy of Walt Noechel)
 
Military Manuals, Books and other documents
(Link provided courtesy of Steve Prest)
Music of World War II
(From The 44th Eng Regt, WWII)
(Link provided courtesy of Dan O'Brien)
 
Military Times Old Time Music
(Link provided courtesy of Ken Blank)
 
Smithsonian National Museum of American History
(Link provided courtesy of Don Aird)
45 RPM Records and their original Label from 1950-1989  

Stars & Stripes Website

Old Time Cowboy Website
(Link provided courtesy of Dennis Mack)
 
Stubby the Military Dog    

Taps Origin

   

Taps Bugler

   
US Army Website    
US Army - Center of Military History    
World War II Army Air Forces Officers Manual
(Provided courtesy of Neal Schwartz)
   
World War II
32nd Bomb Squadron
   
World War II in photos    
World War II D-Day Landings

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