The combined danger of the mines, barbed wire, tanks, snipers, machine guns, attack dogs, missiles, and itchy trigger fingers wasn't enough to stop a Louisiana resident from trying to taking a little stroll from the South to the North
Recently an Australian soldier shot a short film about his experiences in war as he narrated a letter he'd written to his Mom. And though he's Australian, the feelings he shares aren't limited to one country. Our American men and women are feeling these same things today.
VJ Day means "Victory In Japan Day or "Victory Over Japan Day" and it won't actually be celebrated in the United States until September 2, but even 68 years later there is still much confusion about which actual day is the true VJ Day marking the end to World War II.
For all the industries that have been shipped overseas, America is still the entertainment capital of the world. And what better way to celebrate our great nation than with its greatest exports?
In honor of July 4th, here are 10 patriotic classics that are sure to turn the silver screen red, white and blue.
Rodney Atkins is one of the latest country stars to pack up his bags and head overseas to visit and entertain the U.S. troops, who continue to fight day in and day out to defend our freedom. The singer’s trip to Afghanistan came in the midst of other tour stops in Texas, Chicago, Miami and Orlando and was Atkins’ first time stepping foot on the soil where the fearless soldiers work hard to keep Am