Carter Boehm Honors Father at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

A recent article posted on The Livingston Enterprise featured Carter Boehm honoring his father earlier this month at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Boehm’s father, Lt. Edward Boehm, was being honored for his role as a combat liaison propaganda officer during World War II. “I’m very honored that my father is being recognized for his achievement. It was a… Read more →

MDW Signal Support Unit

The origins of the U.S. Armed force Military District of Washington (MDW) trace back to 1921, and it is said that it also existed in Union Army headquarters during the Civil War. In World War II, MDW was given with new obligations regarding the air, ground and maritime resistance of the capital and the recently assembled Pentagon. The  Army air… Read more →

The Honor Flight Program: Replenishing History and Service

Today in the United States, many people are still not aware about the existence of the honor flight program. The Honor Flight program is a non-profit organization that champions, and is dedicated to providing veterans with honor and closure. The program transports our war heroes to the Vietnam war memorial in Washington D.C, giving them a chance to reflect on… Read more →