During Vietnam, Military Occupational Specialty 94B was this.
The B-52’s first combat mission was in this month and year.
This Christian religious sect broke off from the Quakers in 1747.
The United States established full diplomatic relations with a united Vietnam in this year.
The Air Force established its own Medal of Honor in this year.
In 1879 Connecticut outlawed this.
Base player and composer Kimo William’s first musical group was called this.
This was the most popular of the interwar years’ air war pulps.
The Supreme Court case Gideon v. Wainwright required states provide this to criminal suspects.
The 29th NVA Regiment was known as this.
This plane was known variously as the Texan, Mosquito, Harvard, Yale, Wirraway, Boomerang and Tomcat.
The “Lost Cause” myth of the Civil War was started by this 1866 book.
This was the code name for the final phase of evacuations of American civilians and "at-risk" Vietnamese from Saigon.
In 1981 Drs. Frederick S. Billig and Gordon L. Dugger received a patent for this.
In 1906 Willis Carrier received a patent for this.
Neil Young’s song “Ohio” was inspired by the shooting of protestors at this university in 1970.
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