Category Archives: U.S. History

Hell Week

Basic Underwater Demolitions and SEAL (BUD/S) instructors know the human body can have amazing stamina and endurance even in the harshest of weather, conditions, and environments. But they also know that to do this they must be able to ignore … Continue reading

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Oklahoma City Bombing

The Oklahoma City bombing was a bomb attack on the Alfred P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995. The attack was carried out by a man named Timothy McVeigh, an Army veteran. McVeigh had parked an explosive-filled truck in front of the building. McVeigh also … Continue reading

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The Navy SEALS

Navy SEAL class 234. 80 innocent men not doing anything wrong besides making the mistake of wanting to be a SEAL! They don’t know what pain is… but they soon will! They’re about to half kill themselves all in the name of … Continue reading

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Who Landed in North America First

In fourteen hundred and ninety two, Columbus sailed the ocean blue. Now I’m pretty sure we’ve all heard that rhyme and were taught it in school. We were also taught that Columbus was the first person to land on North … Continue reading

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America’s Boom Years!

At the turn of the century many things happened to usher in America’s boom years. Continue reading

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Library of Congress

I went to Washington D.C. when I was little but I never went to the Library of Congress because one, I couldn’t read, and two I didn’t know as much as I do now about the Library of Congress. Continue reading

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Air Force One

Air Force One is the United States Airforce aircraft carrying the President of the United States. Since 1990, there have been two highly customized Boeing 747 aircraft that transport the President when he travels. These aircrafts have the call sign “Air Force One” only while the president is on board. Continue reading

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