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  • MHQ Magazine

    Pershing’s Eyes in the Sky

    As a freshly minted lieutenant in the Twelfth Aero Squadron, Robert Paradise took to the sky as one of the Army Air Service's early aerial observation pilots...

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    Memories of A Devil Dog

    MHQ frequently receives unsolicited first-person accounts of veterans’ expe­rience of battle, and in March 2001 an unusual contribution immediately grabbed our attention. According to Laura Linn Wright‘s letter: “My...

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    Iron General

    John J. Pershing was inflexible in his insistence on an independent American army on the Western Front. He got his way–but was the cost worth it?...

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    Another Contemptible Little Army?

    It’s a cardinal sin of warfare to underestimate the enemy, but Germany did exactly that as it sized up U.S. military power in World War I...

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    The Two Argonnes

    Half a century after his father fought in the final Allied offensive of World War I, the author sought to recapture his experiences...