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A ring to link various American Military History Sites, regardless of war. Sites should contain some original content, and meet the guidelines of the American Local History Network.


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   Troop Trains Preview Go
Troop Trains were important to the United States in previous Wars. The first war in which trains were used to carry Americans to battle was the Mexican War in 1846. Extensive use of trains to carry troops occurred in both World Wars. We have great pictures and great stories about troop trains. Related topics such as Governor's Island Railroad and ammunition trains.
   Vietnam Troop Train and WW2 Troop Train Slide Show Preview Go
Story of Vietnam-era troop trains. The last major troop train to be used was in 1965 when 15,000 men and their equipment from the 1st Infantry Division (the Big Red One) rode the rails from Ft. Riley, Kansas, to Oakland, California on their way to Vietnam. Photos of a trip from Texas to New York City (World War II) as an armored division brings its equipment and troops to the port.
   Off the Beaten Path - Explore and learn in the outdoors Preview Go
Outdoor, travel and history site by two retired Boomers. It combines geocaching, letterboxing, munzees, orienteering and related activities with history, travelogues, tips and commentary. Our quests include historical sites, forts, battlefields, ghost towns, parks, urban exploration and back country wilderness. We seek out little known places to explore, photograph and write about. The more challenging or remote they are, the better we like it. We hope to promote lifelong learning and curiosity about our world, especially in young people. If you are looking for ideas to teach and motivate kids, get them active outside and have some fun together, this site offers a lot. There's no armchair traveling. We've been to every place on these pages. The content is ours. Most of it is Off the Beaten Path.

   1st Infantry Division, E Co.16th Infantry Regiment UK Preview Go
The First Division has focused its impression upon E Company, 2nd Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment U.S. First Infantry Division. In doing so we can ensure that as far as possible the clothing, arms and equipment used gives an accurate representation of U.S. Infantry soldiers in Northwest Eupope, with particular attention paid to the assault troops of D-Day 1944.
   Army At Wounded Knee Preview Go
A blog dedicated to documenting through primary sources, the Army's actions at Wounded Knee.
   Sickles' Hole Preview Go
Strategic overview of the Gettysburg campaign centered on Sickle's July 2 advance. Features computer generated maps and photos.
   Fourteenth Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers Preview Go
Links and Rosters of the 14th Regiment Infantry, Maine Volunteers and Battalion 14th Regiment, Maine Volunteers
   Karen's POWMIA page Preview Go
A page dedicated to my ancestors who fought in the various US wars. Includes the summary of my adopted POW.
   366th Infantry Regiment Veterans Association HomePage Preview Go
The 366th Infantry Regiment was an all-black unit that saw action in North Africa and Italy during World War II.
   World War 2 in the Pacific Preview Go
A comprehensive look into the Pacific war of World War 2.

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