Never Forget


        God bless our veterans




77.3 million babies were born during the “Baby Boom” years between 1946-1964.

War Birds: WWII

            Corsair Development

image Read more

The Trenches of WWI: Hell on Earth

World War I Battlefields, 100 Years Later

We live in the trenches out there. We fight. We try not to be killed, but sometimes we are. That’s all.   ~Erich Maria Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western Front

An extraordinary collection of aerial photographs of World War One trenches has come to light nearly a century after the conflict.  

The images were collected by Sergeant Alex Statters, who served in France and helped to draw up maps of the battlefield on behalf of the Allied forces.   Read more

Image of the Day: 15 November 2014


Claude Stanley Choules, who lived in Perth, Australia and was the last known combat veteran of the First World War, having been posted to the battleship HMS Revenge in 1917, where he witnessed the surrender of the German Fleet near Firth of Forth in Scotland in 1918, emigrated from Britain to Australia in 1926 and retired from the navy in 1956, also died at the age of 110 on May 5, 2011.