ACG WebOps (28 April 2007)
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!
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.
When it comes to attracting re-enactors, the annual Military History Days event in Charles City has never really had much of a problem.
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.
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.
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Jim H. Moreno