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Doing the Job, Regardless of the Situation
April 18, 2011
Gerald Summerlin is a good example of how soldiers have to depend on ground teams to fight a war...
Around the Campfire: Indians in the Military
April 19, 2011
Indians have fought in every war the United States has had since the American Revolution...
N.A.M.A. Endorses New Military Book
April 16, 2011
It has often been noted that American Indians/Alaska Natives have served in the United States military more per capita than any other ethnic group...
More Than a Grave Mix Up
April 15, 2011
In 2009, Mark Benjamin first broke the news of a scandal at Arlington National Cemetery at Salon.com ...
Remembering Lori Ann Piestewa: Hopi Woman Warrior
Patti Jo King
April 13, 2011
It was a crisp, March Arizona morning when Percy Piestewa heard from her daughter Lori Piestewa for the very last time...
Sacred Tobacco: Ho-Chunk Nation Wants Military Authorities to Stop Confiscating it
Philip M. Callaghan
April 05, 2011
The following article is published with permissions from The American Legion Magazine ...
Military Prosecutors Pull Away from Analogy Likening Seminoles to al Qaeda
April 01, 2011
Pentagon prosecutors who compared Seminole Indians from the first Seminole War in the early 1800s to al Qaeda in a brief filed with a U.S...
Vietnam Veterans Honored with Special Day
March 31, 2011
Tahlequah, Okla.—The Vietnam War was so unpopular that the veterans were often received with indifference and sometimes even open hostility when they returned home after honorably ...
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