May 22, 2013 | SuzyQ
Two days have been set aside to honor the memory of those who have served America in the armed forces:
The resources below are a good way to learn about our nation's armed conflicts and honor the memory of those who served to protect our nation.
America's first woman warrior: the courage of Deborah Sampson by Lucy Freeman and Alma Halbert Bond — The biography of the only woman soldier to fight in the Revolutionary War. [[b1122647|Former service women — WASPs, WACs, WAVEs, Marines, Army and Navy nurses, cooks, clerks, OSS intelligence officers, and others — offer firsthand accounts of their experiences overseas.
Letters and War Correspondence
Ernie's war: the best of Ernie Pyle's World War II dispatches by edited with a biographical essay by David Nichols ; foreword by Studs Terkel — A collection of the best of preeminent war correspondent Pyle's columns, complete with datelines, photographs and historical notes.