A group of veterans who served in wars from World War II to Iraq are calling on the Jackson County Board of Commissioners to fly
Tag: POW/MIA veterans
For some, it’s not conspiracy theory, not paranoid myth, not Rambo fantasy. For some, like Happy Valley author R. Cyril West, it’s the truth: U.S.
The POW/MIA flag, which honors prisoners of war and those who went missing in action, will now fly on a daily basis over Clackamas County’s
“Mayday!” came the frantic call from inside the tiny U.S. military attack helicopter after a rocket-propelled grenade fired by an al Qaeda-linked Iraqi lopped off its tail rotor and forced it to crash land in the desert 20 miles northwest of Baghdad. A fierce firefight soon broke out as the insurgents headed toward their prize: the downed AH-6 Little Bird chopper, and about 20 U.S. soldiers, including members of the secret Delta Force, who’d landed