Nam Chopper Names Wanted

July 23, 2009

John Brennan, who served as a Flight Operations Coordinator, with the 114th Aviation Helicopter Company in Vinh Long in 1970-71, is collecting names that in-country Army helicopter crews painted on their aircraft from 1961-73 for…

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Operation Homecoming Doc: Muse of Fire

May 17, 2009

On Friday, May 22, the Writer's Center in Bethesda, Maryland, will present a screening of the documentary, Muse of Fire , a film by Lawrence Bridges that looks at the National Endowment for the Arts’…

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The new Infantry Museum

January 7, 2009

The first and only museum dedicated to U.S. Army Infantrymen, aptly named the National Infantry Museum, is set to open in March on a 200-acre site adjacent to Fort Benning in Columbus, Georgia. The museum…

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Maya Lin Exhibit in S.F.

November 3, 2008

The latest artistic endeavor from Maya Lin, the landscape architect turned sculptor best known as the designer of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial (The Wall), is "Systematic Landscapes, " an exhibit of new sculptures, drawings and…

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Aircraft Carrier Intrepid Museum to Re-Open Nov. 11 in NYC

October 8, 2008

On Thursday, October 2nd, after a two-year refurbishment project, the aircraft carrier Intrepid returned to its former berth, at Pier 86 off West 46th Street in New York City's Hudson River. The sixty-five-year-old aircraft carrier,…

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Father / Son Relations

May 6, 2008

“Semper Fidelis: How I Met My Father” is the title of a new mixed-media fine art exhibition that will be on view from May 23 (Memorial Day) to July 7 at the National Museum of…

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The Newseum

April 6, 2008

On Thursday, April 4, a week before its official opening, Washington, D.C.’s newest museum, the Newseum, held a solemn ceremony honoring four journalists who were killed in a 1971 helicopter crash in Laos. The memorial…

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