There may be good news for in a poll for the so-called "Kissing Congressman" Vance McAllister. A Glascock Group survey of more than a thousand voters in Louisiana's 5th District shows that barely half More>>
After graduating from Pleasant Hill in Sabine Parish, it was either pick cotton or join the military for Lloyd Ponder. So he shipped out with the Army Air Corp to the Phillipines when it was peace time in late 1941. More>>
Gerald "Frenchie" Roussel was one year too young to join the U.S. effort in World War II. So what he forged his dad's signature and joined anyway. "I wanted to be a hero," the now 87-year-old says with More>>
Joe Windham of Blanchard says he had a knot in his stomach during the World War II -- fear, as he battled through Europe. He came away a survivor. But what really stuck with him was friendship. Building More>>
We didn't know what PTSD -- Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome -- was back when Floyd Teague of Waskom, Texas came home from World War II. He somehow survived bloody combat and got his life back together on More>>
After growing up in Atlanta, Texas, it was off to trade school in Wichita, Kansas, then off to work in the California shipyards. Doesn't exactly sound like the path of an Army colonel. But it was for Richard More>>
The B-52 Bomber has spanned generations. But for one family here, it's personal. From a man who helped design the latest models to his son who flew one on a historic combat mission. "When the word came More>>
Spurgeon Burdine signed up for the U.S. Coast Guard out of high school in Haynesville during World War II. But he found out the job didn't come as advertised. He saw in ad in 1943 saying guardsmen were More>>
Ahead of Valentine's Day, we have the sweet story of a couple who both spent about half of their almost 50-year long marriage also devoted to serving our country. For Chuck and Marie Heimerdinger of Marshall,it More>>
In honor of African American History Month, meet a man who had an important mission for the U.S. Army in World War II, even though he received second class treatment in return. Lugene Younger was in charge More>>
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