Army ArtiFACTS — Episode 4 — National World War I Museum and Memorial “U.S. Army Nurse Corps Baseball Uniform”
The Army Historical Foundation interviews Doran Cart, Senior Curator at the National World War I Museum and Memorial about two recently acquired collection items – women’s baseball pullover shirts!
Margaret Myers Beeker always knew about the trunk in her parents’ attic. Inside were three U.S. Army uniforms and two “doughboy” helmets worn by her father Frank and uncles George […]
The Army Historical Foundation is proud to deliver to you this latest September Issue of On Point in a digital application and new format.
Peyton Conway March was born in Easton, Pennsylvania, on 27 December 1864. He attended Lafayette College from 1880 to 1884 and then graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1888. He was commissioned an additional […]
John Joseph Pershing was born near Laclede, Missouri, on 13 September 1860. He attended the State Normal School and then graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1886. He was commissioned a second lieutenant and […]
Waging war is a costly enterprise. Congressional Research Service records indicate that World War I cost the United States over $30 billion, while more than $300 billion—the staggering equivalent of […]