Feb 13, 2014
Will the dumbing down of our military continue in 2014?, part 2
This series examines reports over the last five years that suggest our military is " dumbing down ".
Hattiesburg's African-American Military History Museum re-opens
About two dozen World War Two veterans were honored for their service to the country Thursday as part of a grand re-opening ceremony for the African-American Military History Museum.
Daily Times Leader
Kelly pushes forward following service in World War II
Although it was nearly 70 years following the closure of World War II, Howard Miskelly was invited to the Mississippi Capitol to receive not only a Bronze Star for his involvement in the Rhineland and Central Europe Campaigns, but also a commemorative US flag shielded by a wooden and glass shell.
Stars and Stripes
Packed hearing explores new accommodations for religious freedom
Right Rev. James B. Magness, an Episcopal Church bishop who formally served as a Navy chaplain and the command chaplain of U.S. Joint Forces Command, testifies at a hearing on a new Defense Department directive that provides guidance on uniforms and grooming with respect to religious beliefs at a House Armed Services Committee personnel ... (more)
Trip to Armed Forces Museum quite personal for family
To most of the gifted class from Ocean Springs Upper Elementary School, the visit last week to the Armed Forces Museum at Camp Shelby was educational.