On the March to the Sea, Sherman’s troops were called this.
This comic strip character was the first to “enlist” for World War Two.
The 1967 novel, Incident at Muc Wa is the basis for this 1978 Vietnam War movie.
In the second half of the last century, this manufacturer produced more jet fighter aircraft than any other.
Kudzu, “the vine that ate the south” was originally from this country.
From World War Two on, female volunteer for the Red Cross Supplemental Recreation Activities Overseas (SRAO) were called this.
This plane is considered the first Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV).
Edgar Allen Poe attended his university.
The M60 machine-gun was nicknamed this.
The Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor, was also known as this to the Allies
Scholars considered this work to be the single most influential book ever on naval strategy.
This phrase was first used in 1946 to describe the spectrum of relations between Great Britain and America.
This plane was America’s first supersonic interceptor.
In 1976 Gordon Lightfoot released a hit song about this ship’s sinking.
This was main trade product of New France (French Canada) in the late 1600s.
By 1871 eight companies of the 7th Cavalry were deployed in this state.
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