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  • American History Magazine

    American History Gazette-February 2010

    U.S. and Coin Dealer Fight Over Rare Gold Double Eagles Double Eagles, $20 gold pieces minted in 1933 but never circulated, are America’s most fabled coins. In 2002, one surfaced at an auction and sold for $7.59 million. Now 10 Double...

  • Civil War Times Magazine

    Civil War Today- February 2010

    Antietam Unknowns Honored in New York and Tennessee Two recently located unidentified soldiers were buried with full honors this past fall. Re – mains of a New York man—identified by his buttons—discovered at Antietam were...

  • Vietnam Magazine

    Vietnam News- April 2011

    Afghan War MoH Stirs Vietnam War Honorees VIETNAM WAR MEDAL of Honor recipients agree: Salvatore Giunta’s life is changed forever. With the awarding of the Medal of Honor to Army Staff Sgt. Giunta, 25, on Nov. 16, for his heroics in...

  • Vietnam Magazine

    Vietnam News- October 2012

    First Trip to Vietnam by a U.S. Secretary of Defense Since End of War Yields Big Results In June, as part of a nine-day regional tour of Asia aimed at boosting military ties in the region, U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta visited...

  • Vietnam Magazine

    Getting in at the Grassroots

    Our mission is to tell the story … and to help the people across America express their honor and respect. So said retired General Claude “Mick” Kicklighter, who leads the Defense Department’s Vietnam War 50th Anniversary...

  • CIVIL WAR TIMES MAGAZINE

    Empty Pedestals: What should be done with civic monuments to the Confederacy...

    From Charlottesville, Va., to New Orleans, La., the removal of Confederate statues from public spaces and the debates over their removal are making national news. Numerous other Southern communities, large and small, are reconsidering the...