Military History

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News from the front lines

Posted by Daniel Sauerwein on September 13, 2010

I was contacted over the weekend by Captain Tanya Rosa, Public Affairs Officer for the 1st Infantry Division in Iraq (my father served with the Big Red One in Desert Storm), and she will be sending me items for posting to this site. Given that this site is devoted to military history, even history being made, I hope you will learn much from the postings.

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