• John Wesley Powell: Soldier, Explorer, Scientist

    John Wesley Powell served in the Army during the Civil War, and later went on to lead expeditions of the Grand Canyon and become the second director of the USGS

  • From Afghanistan to Athlete – Kirstie Ennis conquers adversity and extreme sports

    After a traumatic accident during Sgt. Kirstie Ennis’ deployment to Afghanistan left her with a prosthetic leg, she set out to inspire the world through her endeavors.

  • Hero of Brecourt Manor: Richard Winters

    Richard “Dick” Winters served in the Army during World War II where he received several medals and inspired the hit HBO series Band of Brothers.

  • The extraordinary life of America’s Flying Ace, Eddie Rickenbacker

    Army Air Service Captain and legendary fighter pilot Eddie Rickenbacker served with distinction in both World Wars.

  • Rosemary Mariner: A Woman Trailblazer

    The remarkable life of Capt. Rosemary Mariner, and her journey of paving the way for women by changing the face of the U.S. military forever.

  • Joe Louis: A Champion for His Country

    Joe Louis was a champion in and out of the ring. Louis uplifted fellow African Americans, served his country valiantly and in the process, gained the admiration and respect of the American public.

  • Alvin York – Hero of the Argonne

    Sargent Alvin York received the Medal of Honor for incredible acts of heroism during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive of World War I in 1918.

  • Purple Hearts Reunited’s Operation Keystone returns lost medals across the state of Pennsylvania

    Purple Hearts Reunited has returned medals to their recipients’ families or to homes of honor from Nov. 1 through Nov. 3 across the state of Pennsylvania.

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