Georgia Military College is a great place to learn and to grow.
The first person to tell the story of Japanese atrocities was an Army Air Corps pilot named Ed Dyess.
A symposium this week in Augusta could dramatically improve how America cares for an important part of its citizenry - our veterans.
The marvelous Character Development Program of the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation has been slowly introduced into the curricula of middle schools and high schools around America.
...interesting statistics of wounded soldiers being treated at make-shift hospitals in Augusta.Retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Perry Smith, son-in-law of World War II hero James Dyess and also a military analyst for CNN, talked about Army Chief of Staff...
...interrupted the program and honored the award's founder, Perry Smith, and his wife Connor.Smith is a retired Air Force...the former commander of Fort Gordon, also credited Perry Smith with spreading awareness of Dyess through his written...
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...Dick" Daniel.The symposium, which is free and open to the public, will be at 5 p.m. in the museum rotunda. Perry Smith, who serves as secretary of the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation, will provide remarks at the ceremony. Smith...
It is fitting that the meeting of the leaders of these three organizations take place in Augusta.