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North Carolina Fallen Heroes
(Iraq and Afghanistan War)

POW/MIA missing from North Carolina
(Vietnam War)

USS STOKES (AKA-68)
(World War II ship named in honor of Stokes County)

"Honoring the Dead" - Memorial Day 2010
(Winston-Salem Journal article)

Walnut Cove Memorial
(Honoring fallen heroes from Walnut Cove area of Stokes County)

Veterans Memorial, Stokes County, NC
(Dedicated to the veterans of Stokes County)

The Veteran Memorial Foundation
(Providing a Hand-up to Homeless and Needy Veterans)

History of TAPS
(TAPS origin is interesting and somewhat clouded in controversy)

Doc's Military and Patriotic Graphics
(Doc's graphics has moved to Operation Just Cause)

American Battle Monuments Commission
(Guardian of America’s overseas cemeteries and memorials)

Korean War Project
(Korean War casualty databases)

Stokes County, North Carolina
(Stokes County Government Center)

Medal of Honor Recipients (North Carolina)
(Database with MOH citation)

United States Navy Memorial
(Dedicated to America's sea services)

United States Air Force Memorial
(dedicated to the Men and Women of the United States Air Force)

National World War II Memorial
(Dedicated to the 16 million who served in the armed forces of the U.S.,
the more than 400,000 who died, and all who supported the war effort from home)

Frank W. Buckles - Last WWI Survivor
Frank Buckles was the last survivor of World War I. He died February 27, 2011
at the age of 110 years. Learn about the planned WWI Memorial in Washington.


National Museum of the Marine Corps
(A lasting tribute to U.S. Marines--past, present, and future)

National D Day Memorial, Bedford, Virginia
(Honoring the Allied forces that participated in the invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944)

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial
(Dedicated to honoring those who died in the Vietnam War)

50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War
(Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War)

North Carolina Military Deaths in World War I
(Listing by names and location of NC deaths from WWI)

The National Archives, Washington, DC
(Researching the NARA records)

North Carolina Civil War Sesquicentennial
(Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War in North Carolina, 2011-2015)

Index of Civil War Information
(Civil War battles, casualties, cemeteries, etc.)

Flags of the Confederacy
(History of the Confederate flags)

The Confederate Cause And Its Defenders
(An address Delivered By Judge Christian on October 4th, 1898)

Free State of Patrick County, Virginia
(Civil War author and historian, Tom Perry)