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Published November 7, 2002

Castle Valley Veterans

World War I

World War I (the "Great War" or the "War to end all wars" as it was called before World War II, began in 1914, but the United States didn't enter the conflict until April of 1917. The first force sent over was a 50,000 man "Expeditionary Force." ...

World War II

World War II began in earnest for the United States with the bombing of Pearl Harbor in Hawaii in 1941. There were many theatres of war and one of the places where America struck back first was in North Africa where the Germans, along with their Ital...

The Korean War

The Korean War was called a "Police action" by the politicians, but for the soldiers that were in it, it was a full fledged war. In June of 1950 the North Korean Army crossed the 38th parallel and invaded South Korea. America and the United Nations ...

"Desert Storm," the Gulf War

Steven Wilkinson of Price served in the United States Army for 13 and a half years. Six months of that was spent fighting in Desert Storm or as it is known today, the Gulf War. Steven was injured in that battle as America led a coalition to remove Su...

Mission of mercy and the breakup of the forth Raiders

American troops landing on a south Pacific beach during World War II. Sometimes there was little opposition, other times there was a great deal and the troops suffered many casualties....

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