Governor Brown Proclaims March 15-21 “Women’s Military History Week” in Oregon.
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On Friday, Sept. 18, 10 large POW/MIA Memorial Highway signs will be dedicated in public ceremonies in six cities — including Prineville and Madras —
In February 1944, the U.S. military launched Operation Hailstone, a massive military assault on Japanese fortified positions in the Pacific. On Monday — 76 years
According to the Department of Defense, starting Jan. 1, 2020, all service-connected Veterans, Purple Heart recipients, former prisoners of war (POW), and individuals approved and
There are 86,500 United States military veterans who have been missing in action since WWII. About 1,000 of those veterans are from Oregon. Sixteen are
Friday, Sept. 20, is POW/MIA Recognition Day. This special day and the POW/MIA flag are symbolic of our nation’s resolve to never leave our warriors
Starting Jan. 1, all service-connected disabled veterans, Purple Heart recipients, former prisoners of war and primary veteran caregivers will be eligible to shop at commissaries and exchanges,
This year’s local observance of National POW/MIA Recognition Day, which takes place Friday, Sept. 21, will focus on the recent return of 55 remains from
He remembers being shot down like it was yesterday. On July 18, 1965, U.S. Navy Lt. Commander William M. Tschudy and his co-pilot Commander Jeremiah
After receiving a request from veterans, the Jackson County Board of Commissioners agreed to have three poles installed to accommodate the flags at the August
Jackson County will begin flying a POW/MIA flag near Jackson County Circuit Court to commemorate prisoners of war and military members who are missing in
The military has identified 100 sailors and Marines killed when the U.S. battleship Oklahoma capsized during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor 76 years ago.