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What Gen. Washington Learned from Native Warriors: Indians and the Colonial Army
The United States Army celebrates its 240th birthday on June 14, dating the beginning of organized American arms from that date in 1775, when the Second Continental Congress declar...
A Cherokee Hero’s Family Receives an Incredible Gift, Thanks to the Kindness and Diligence of Two Young Men
On November 30, 1952, Pfc. Charles George, Eastern Band of Cherokee, acted with bravery and gallantry...
The Quiet Warrior From Birdtown: Remembering a Hero, Pfc. Charles George, Eastern Band of Cherokee
Sixty years ago today, on the evening of November 30, 1952 near Songnae-dong, Korea, Charles George, a young Cherokee Army soldier, threw himself on an enemy grenade, saving the li...