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Posted on Apr 29, 2007 in Armchair Reading, Front Page Features

ACG WebOps (28 April 2007)

Jim H. Moreno

Welcome to WebOps, Armchair General’s weekly recon of links to military history news, articles, websites, and more. A very short issue this week, but with another great episode of Military History Podcast, the literal resurfacing of a lost PT boat, and a new Great Lakes Museum of Military History exhibit. Clicks away!

News

WWI pilot is focus of display at Michigan City museum – Post-Tribune

MICHIGAN CITY — A new exhibit at the Great Lakes Museum of Military History in Michigan City — built around the exploits of a hometown hero — is just the beginning of an ongoing series on the nation’s wars.

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Military History Days now in its seventh year – Charles City Press

When it comes to attracting re-enactors, the annual Military History Days event in Charles City has never really had much of a problem.

Exhibits plentiful at museum – dailypress.com

GLOUCESTER — In observance of National Military Appreciation Month in May, the Gloucester Museum of History will offer a special military exhibit and patriotic exterior decorations.

WWII PT Boat Tossed up From Ocean Floor – Military.com

WELLINGTON, New Zealand – Wreckage from a World War II torpedo boat was tossed up from the sea in the Solomon Islands after a powerful 8.1 earthquake hit the area in early April, an official said Friday.

Blogs – Netcasts

Invading Iraq (2003) – Military History Podcast

Videos

Roots Television: Military Channel

WebOps is a weekly report linking to military history news and articles published in mainstream online media. Excerpts are taken exactly as they are on the noted source websites; quotation marks are not used. The hyperlinks are added by me as I can find them. Please visit the Armchair Forums to discuss the topics in WebOps and much more!

Stay Alert, Stay Alive!

Jim H. Moreno

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