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1st Amphibian Tractor Battalion
The Official Website of the 1st. Amphibian Tractor Battalion AmGrunts. This section is dedicated to the Marines of the 1st. Amphibian Tractor Battalion who became known as the AmGrunts in a place called Cua Viet, Vietnam. Find out more about the AmGrunts and see a side of Vietnam that you might not have seen before.
1st Marine Division Association
The FMDA is an Association where Marines and Sailors who now serve, or who have served, come together as a “Family of Warriors” and share that unexplained Quality that makes us stand apart, known as "Esprit de Corps".
2nd Battalion, 5th Marines
The mission of the 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines website is to preserve the legacy and history of 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines, and to provide a community for its members to stay in touch.
38th Officer Candidate Course and the Basic School Class 3-66
This website is dedicated to the men, who attended the 38th Officer Candidate Course, were commissioned as 2nd Lieutenants on December 16, 1965 and went on to either Flight Training in Pensacola, FL or The Basic School in Quantico, VA with completion May 27, 1966. This is their website.
3rd Marine Division Association
Our association is dedicated to keeping the spirit of the Marine Corps alive. If you ever served with the 3d Marine Division, we want you. From the black sands of Iwo Jima to the jungles of Vietnam and into the deserts of the Persian Gulf, the Third Marine Division has established itself as Freedom's guardian. We are not the ones who wrote America's history, we are the ones who made it.
American Helicopter Museum and Education Center
The American Helicopter Museum and Education Center is the nation's premier aviation museum devoted exclusively to helicopters. We collect, restore and display historic aircraft and chronicle the origin and development of rotary wing aircraft. The museum serves as a "lasting tribute to those men and women who pioneered the development of rotary wing aircraft" and to encourage future generations of aviation pioneers. The Museum serves as an important source of public information about rotary wing aircraft. The Museum is located in suburban Philadelphia where two of today's major helicopter manufacturers have their roots, and where much of the earliest development of helicopters in the U.S took place.
Association of Naval Aviation
We are Naval Aviation! The mission of ANA is to educate the general public about the overall military status of the United States, to encourage widespread interest as to the importance of Naval Aviation in the defense of the United States and its allies, to stimulate the collection, preservation and display of historical material concerning the history of naval aviation, and to encourage scientific and technical development of naval aviation. ANA is a not-for-profit organization as defined in section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code.
Beirut Veterans of America
The BVA was established in 1992 by Beirut veterans who wanted a fraternal organization. They were dedicated to keeping the memories alive of those comrades who paid the supreme sacrifice in supporting America's quest for peace in Lebanon.They chose "The First Duty is to Remember" as their motto. Membership is open to all military members who served in Lebanon and with supporting units at sea, family members of veterans and next of kin. Please see our "join" page for further Membership options.
Chosin Reservoir: Korea, November-December 1950
This site is dedicated to the preservation of the epic struggle for the Chosin Reservoir and is loaded with narratives, historical references, photos, and a commemorative scroll. "Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they made a difference. The Marines don't have that problem." --President Ronald Reagan. "Those that were there will never forget! Those who were not will never know !
Circle of Friends for American Veterans
Founded in 1993, the Circle of Friends for American Veterans provides advocacy for those who deserve it the most and have it the least. With no membership requirements or cost for participation, the Circle of Friends for American Veterans brings the cause of homeless Veterans to the attention of the American public and holds the politician's feet to the fire by putting them to work for homeless Veterans.
Disabled American Veterans
The 1.2 million-member Disabled American Veterans (DAV) is a non-profit 501(c)(4) charity dedicated to building better lives for America’s disabled veterans and their families. The DAV was founded in 1920 by disabled veterans returning from World War I to represent their unique interests. In 1932, the DAV was congressionally chartered as the official voice of the nation’s wartime disabled veterans. With our brave Americans leaving the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, the DAV’s services and advocacy are as relevant and critical today as in any time in our nation’s history. Annually, the DAV represents more than 200,000 veterans and their dependents with claims for benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense. The DAV’s Voluntary Services Program operates a comprehensive network of volunteers who provide veterans free rides to and from VA medical facilities and improve care and morale for sick and disabled veterans.
Fort Snelling Military Museum
The midwest's largest collection of historical operating military vehicles is dedicated to the remembrance of veterans of all wars and the preservation of the military equipment they used. Come visit us!
Fort Ticonderoga
9:30–5:00 Daily, May 21st through October 20th, 2009 Fort Ticonderoga is celebrating a century of preservation, education and fun in 2009. The Fort has been a ‘must visit’ for generations of families vacationing in the North Country. Each season over 80,000 guests visit and many of them are reliving their visit with their children and grandchildren! Now, fully restored to its 1755 skyline, the Fort has even more to offer. Don’t wait another 100 years to visit!
Fort Vancouver National Site, Pearson Air Museum
Situated along the Columbia River, Fort Vancouver National Site's 366-acre campus is the only national park in the Vancouver/Portland metropolitan area. Historically an integral Northwest hub, the site interprets the stories of the Native Americans, the British Hudson’s Bay Company, the U.S. Army at Vancouver Barracks, early aviation at Pearson Field, the world’s largest spruce mill during World War I and the Kaiser Shipyards during World War II. Filled with multiple attractions, including Fort Vancouver, Pearson Air Museum and Officers Row, history is told through enriched community educational programs and world-class artifacts, connecting “what was” to the modern-day Pacific Northwest. Fort Vancouver is located five minutes from downtown Vancouver, Washington and just across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon and Portland International Airport.
HMM-165 White Knights--A Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron
This site is dedicated to the espirit de corps and camaraderie of the Marines and Sailors who served together in Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 165 since our Squadron's activation on 1 July 1965, during the War in Vietnam and continuing through the current conflicts in the Middle East. ...Semper Fidelis! and Welcome aboard!
HMR, HMR(L), HMM-162
Marine Helicopter Transport Squadron 162 (HMR-162) was activated on 30 June 1951 under the command of Colonel Harold J. Mitchner at the Marine Corps Air Facility (MCAF), Santa Ana, California, where the young squadron conducted its first two years of operations. The primary mission of the squadron at that time was to provide airlift and air supply for the Fleet Marine Force in amphibious operations. This association represents those who served in Korea, Vietnam, Beirut, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Bosnia, Albania, and Iraq.
HQ 2-24-4
This site is dedicated to "Remembering the Marines of Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion, 24th Regiment, 4th Marine Division in World War II and their achievements. This is not a concise history, nor is it exclusively about the Headquarters Company. I have taken stories and reminiscences and photographs my father has and created this site. I am hoping by doing this I will be able to get in contact with other members of the company, or their descendants, who may have more information on the HQ company that will make this site better and more focused.
Khe Sanh Veterans
Khe Sanh Veterans Home Page is dedicated to all who served and died at Khe Sanh 1962 - 1972. "Let us understand: North Vietnam cannot defeat or humiliate the United States. Only Americans can do that." Richard M. Nixon, television broadcast, 3 Nov. 1969.
Marine Corps Aviation Association
The MCAA exists to link the past, present and future of Marine Aviation through a variety of activities, media and events. Anybody with a supportive interest in Marine Aviation is welcome to join.
Marine Corps Aviation Reconaissance Association
The Marine Corps Aviation Reconnaissance Association, Inc. (MCARA), was formed in 1990 to serve the interests of active duty, retired and former Marines of all ranks & MOS who have served or are currently serving in Marine Corps aviation reconnaissance or electronic warfare units. New members are welcome!
Marine Corps Coordinating Council of Kentucky, Inc.
The MCCCK is a tax exempt IRS 501 (c)(3), charitable organization, with stated goals of supporting Marine Corps activities, facilitating the furtherance of Marine Corps values, and coordinating Marine Corps support and activities throughout Kentucky.
Marine Corps Coordinating Council of Rochester
The MCCC of Greater Rochester is a non-profit corporation established to promote local events that effectively enhance the public image, standing, and interests of the United States Marine Corps and its members (active & reserve) within the Greater Rochester area and surrounding communities.
Marine Corps Interrogator Translator Teams Association
The MCITTA is an association of Marines who have served in the Interrogator Translator Teams (ITT) of the United States Marine Corps as Interrogators of Prisoners of War and intelligence specialists.
Marine Corps Musicians Association
In April 1985, a group of Marine Corps musicians met to found an organization of of retired Marine Corps musicians, and the Marine Corps Musicians Association was born. The Marine Corps Musicians Association is a not for profit organization dedicated to the promotion of patriotism and Esprit de Corps as well as to support and encourage the prudent use of music in the Marine Corps.
Marine Corps Mustang Association
The mission of the MCMA is to inspire love of our Corps and Country, provide a forum in which Mustangs may assemble for social interaction and maintain communication of matters of mutual interest, sustain reverence for the memory of our departed shipmates, and to preserve the historical records of Mustangs and their achievements.
Marine Corps Recruit Depot Museum
The MCRD Museum Historical Society was founded in 1988. The Society is an independent, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 public benefit corporation, incorporated by the State of California. Our mission is a passion among Marine Corps veterans and community members. Members enjoy many activities and benefits while helping to preserve the history of the Marine Corps for future generations. The Command Museum continues to grow and improve, becoming an important asset to MCRD, current recruits in training, and to the historic past of San Diego County. The Historical Society Gift Shop provides financial support for Museum exhibits through the sale of memorabilia, Platoon Graduation Photos, and Year Books.
Marine Corps Vietnam Tankers Historical Foundation
The Marine Corps Vietnam Tankers Historical Foundation is an Official Partner of the Marine Corps Tankers Heritage Foundation and the Library of Congress, Veterans History Project. The oral histories of those participating in the MCVTHF Oral History Program will be archived both with the Library of Congress and in the Marine Corps Archives at Quantico, VA. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 364 (HMM-364)
A website dedicated to those Marines, and others, who served with Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 364 during their time in the Corps. This site represents the collective efforts of all former members of HMM-364 to document their history and the part they played in conducting aerial support missions.
Marine Military Academy
The Marine Military Academy is a private college preparatory military high school for young men, 8th through 12th grades. Academics, self-discipline, teamwork and leadership are emphasized.
Marine Observation Squadron Two (VMO-2)
A website dedicated to the many men who gave a part or all of their life to the pursuit of the mission of Marine Observation Squadron Two (VMO-2). They consisted of turbine mechanics, avionics technicians, airframe mechanics, admin clerks, corpsmen, flight surgeons, ordnancemen, paraloft specialists, pilots and personnel from other squadrons who came to VMO-2 for the exhilaration of the type of mission which we were assigned.
Marine Parents United
The Marine Parents United Mission: Marine Parents United, Inc is a 501(c)3 nonprofit group (public charity) that organizes an annual national conference for the USMC family for the purpose of education and support. We ask for donations in order to keep registrations to a minimum so the conference will be affordable for as many people as possible.
Marine Riders Group
The Marine Riders Group is a civilian organization made up of former and active-duty Marines and FMF Corpsmen that share a passion for motorcycles.
Mid-Atlantic Air Museum
There's something for everyone at the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum, located at Reading, Pennsylvania's Regional Airport - Carl A. Spaatz Field. The Museum meticulously restores historic aircraft, some of which are regularly seen on the airshow circuit. The Mid-Atlantic Air Museum's World War II Weekend, held in June each year, has become the premier event of its kind. The Museum provides speakers, tour guides, and other educational services to the community, works with the Civil Air Patrol and other educational organizations, and participates in a variety of other educational activities. Spring through fall, rides in the Museum's SNJ "Texan" and Boeing Stearman, are a popular attraction. MAAM is well known for it's amazing recovery of an exceedingly rare P-61 "Black Widow" night-fighter from it's jungle mountain crash site and the ongoing, meticulous restoration which will make it the only flying example of its kind in the world.
Montford Point Marine Association
The Montford Point Marine Association is a nonprofit Veteran organization, established to perpetuate the legacy of the first African American Marines, and the purpose of the Association is to support educational assistance, veteran programs, and promotion of community services. The Association works to improve the social conditions of our veterans, local families, youth and the growing population of senior citizens.
National Military Heritage Museum
The National Military Heritage Museum honors all branches of the United States military. We are dedicated to preserving the military heritage of the United States Armed Forces and those who served on the home front! Exhibits depict the history of military service abroad and at home both during war and between wars. Military of other nations are represented ocasionally if they were attatched to or otherwise involved with United States Forces. The NMHM also honors those who served on the home front. We are a 501 (c)(3) tax exempt not-for-profit organization.
The Newseum's 14 major galleries and 15 theaters will immerse you in the world's greatest news stories. Here are highlights of 10 of the top Newseum artifacts and exhibits we recommend for your "must-see" list.
North China Marines
As Pearl Harbor was being attacked, 203 United States Marines in northern China were surrounded and captured by the Japanese. They spent from that day until mid September of 1945 as prisoners of war. This site is dedicated to the gathering of information on the experiences of those North China Marines. To this day there are children who know little or nothing about their father's years as POW slave labor for the Japanese. The information is presented here both to honor those men and to allow family members to research the history of members of that unit.
A website dedicated to helping those who desire to support the wounded, ill, and injured marines and service men and women in hospitals everywhere.
Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor
The Pacific Aviation Museum on Pearl Harbor's Ford Island is one of our country's leading aviation museums, and the only one dedicated to the defense of freedom in the Pacific. With actual aircraft from World War II, plus educational interpretations of the Pearl Harbor attack, the Doolittle Raid on Japan, the Battles of Midway and Guadacanal, and much, much more, it is a must-visit for families and visitors alike.
Pacific Coast Air Museum
The Pacific Coast Air Museum, founded in 1989, is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the acquisition, restoration, safe operation and display of historical aircraft and provides an educational venue for students and the community. We also honor those heroic aviators who have contributed so much to the growth and defense of our way of life. The museum is located at the Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County Airport, Santa Rosa, CA. The museum also puts on the "Wings Over Wine Country" Air Show every year, enabling the community to view our growing collection of aircraft, see aerial demonstrations and become more aware of our rich aviation history. The Air Shows have been so successful that our annual August Air Show draws over 20,000 visitors each year and has become a world-class event featuring everything from military jet demo teams to skydiving, and hang-gliding to biplane aerobatics and top performers who attract large crowds of aviation enthusiasts.
Second Marine Division Association
The Second Marine Division Association is comprised of 5,000 members. Originally, its purposes were to reestablish and maintain contact with fellow Marines and sailors who served together in the 2d Marine Division during WW II and to provide scholarships for children and grandchildren. The friendships have been maintained over the past 60 years and many new ones have been formed. In 2008-2009, 38 children received scholarships. Annually, in late summer we hold reunions throughout the country and at the end of January we celebrate the Division's birthday with the active-duty Marines and sailors at Camp Lejeune. In 2010 we will be forming new chapters that will be focused on supporting current organizations as well as enjoying the benefits noted above. Mirroring alumni associations or booster clubs, these chapters will interact with the regiments and battalions while they are here at Lejeune or when they are deployed.
Semper Fi Fund
The Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund provides financial assistance and quality of life solutions for Marines, Sailors and other military personnel assigned to Marine Forces, injured in post 9-11 combat, training, or with life threatening illnesses, and their families. Our fund provides relief for immediate financial needs that arise during hospitalization and recovery as well as perpetuating needs such as home modifications, customized transportation and specialized equipment. The Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that has provided over 16,000 grants totaling over $34 million in assistance to our Nation's wounded and critically ill heroes and their families.
The Army Historical Foundation
The Army Historical Foundation was established in 1983 as a member-based, publicly supported 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of the American Soldier.
The Cold War Museum
The Cold War Museum is dedicated to education, preservation, and research on the global ideological and political confrontations between East and West from the end of World War II to the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
The Fall of Saigon Marines Association
This site is intended to be a focal point for those who were there during the Fall of Saigon, to remember our fallen warriors Cpl McMahon and LCpl Darwin Judge (the last servicemen killed in action during the Vietnam War), and, finally, to preserve our first hand knowledge of this key event in American history through personal stories, documents, links, and serve as a living history. The Fall of Saigon Marines Association is a nonprofit public benefit corporation and is a tax exempt organization.
The Intrepid Museum
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is one of America’s leading historic, cultural and educational institutions. Opened in 1982, the Museum has welcomed more than 10 million visitors. The Museum is centered on the aircraft carrier Intrepid (CVS-11), one of the most successful ships in US history, and now a national historic landmark and one of the most unique attractions in New York City. In 1943, Intrepid was commissioned and served proudly in World War II. She went on to serve as one of the primary recovery vessels for NASA, three tours of duty off Vietnam, and submarine surveillance in the North Atlantic during the Cold War. Today she continues her service as a premiere educational center and a monument to all who have served our nation in uniform.
The Military Vehicle Preservation Association
The goal of the Military Vehicle Preservation Association is to provide an international organization for military vehicle enthusiasts, historians, preservationists and collectors interested in the acquisition, restoration, preservation, safe operation and public education of historic military transport.
The Society for Military History
Established in 1933 as the American Military History Foundation, renamed in 1939 the American Military Institute, and renamed again in 1990 the Society for Military History, the Society is devoted to stimulating and advancing the study of military history. Its membership (today more than 2300) has included many of the nation's most prominent scholars, soldiers, and citizens interested in military history.
The Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum
Just a few miles west of Kennedy Space Center the Valiant Air Command offers a unique view of aviation history. The museum offers a myriad of aircraft types and memorabilia -- frm many sources. Aircraft such as the F-14 Tomcat, F-4 Phantom, F--86 Sabre, MiG-15 and 21 a flying C-47 that participated in th Normandy Invasion and much more. Fun for the whole family. In addition to our museum and many exhibits and displays the VAC has an annual 3 day vintage warbird airshow that is in March of this year. For 2010 it will be our 33rd show and is always a great gathering of veterans; both aircraft and visitors.The museum is located at 6600 TiCo Rd, Titusville, FL 32780. The phone number is 321-268-1941. Come in take a tour and become a part of history.
The Women Marines Association
The Women Marines Association The WMA is a 501(c)3 non-profit veterans organization comprised of women who have served or are serving honorably in the United States Marine Corps regular or reserve components. Since 1918, American women have answered their country's call to serve. We have served proudly with distinction and honor; each generation evolving but always retaining our proud traditions.
The World War Two Legacy of Able Company, 24th Marines
A personal look at the experiences of one company of Marine infantry in the Second World War. Able Company, 24th Marines served at Roi-Namur, Saipan, Tinian, and Iwo Jima, and left a legacy of valor equal to any other outfit. This websaite is intended as a tribute to the individual Marines who served and sacrificed with the company from 1942 to 1945.
Together We Served (TWS) is one of the fastest growing private Marine Community websites on the web. Those who have joined Togetherweserved have the opportunity to find other Marines with whom they served, share memories and photographs and network with other Marines.
Travis Air Museum: The Official Site of the Jimmy Doolittle Air & Space Museum
The Jimmy Doolittle Air and Space Museum Foundation, with its Education Museum Foundation, is registered as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. It brings together historical, educational and technological resources to create programs which preserve our aviation heritage in building an air and space museum for all ages that embraces California aviation, Travis Air Force Base, the U. S. Air Force and the history of the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders.
U.S. Marine Corps Tankers Association
The MCTA was formed as a non-profit, 36 years ago in 1973 at Carlsbad, California. The original members were a small group of retired Marine Tankers. All were senior staff non-commisioned officers. Most of them were survivors of tank combat during WWII, Korea and Vietnam. These men had a desire to stay in touch with former comrades-in-arms, meet new tankers, remain in touch with friends and show support and encouragement to active duty Marine Tankers. The Membership includes warriors who have participated in every battle where Marine tanks were committed in support of a Marine infantry unit.
U.S. Marine Raider Association
The USMRA is a national non-profit organization supporting scholarships in the United States and Solomon Islands, the Raider Museum in Quantico, Virginia and the Raider Room in the Command Museum, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, California.
United States Marine Corps Drill Instructors Association
The mission of the United States Marine Corps Drill Instructors Association is to protect and preserve the legacy and history of The United States Marine Corps Drill Instructors; past and present, and to uphold the traditions and integrity of the United States Marine Corps.
United States Marine Corps Force Recon Association
The United States Marine Corps Force Recon Association Headquarters links forever those who served together. The Force Recon Association welcomes all reconnaissance-trained MARSOC Marines as regular members in the association.
United States Marine Corps Motor Transport Association, Inc.
This Association was formed to bring together all Retired, Former, Active Duty, Reserve and others who have served in or with the USMC Motor Transport Field. The United States Marine Corps Motor Transport Association, Inc. is a 501 (c) (19) non-profit organization operating exclusively for the purpose beneficial to the interests of the Nation and United States Marine Corps Motor Transport Occupational Specialty Field.
US Marines Combined Action Platoons (CAC/CAP)
The Marine Corps CAP Program placed a squad of Marines and one Navy Corpsman in villages from Chu Lai to the DMZ in South Vietnam from 1965 to 1971. This web site is dedicated to those Marines, Corpsmen, Vietnamese Popular Forces, and Vietnamese villagers who became their friends, allies, and brothers.
USMC 1st Military Police Battalion Association
The mission of the USMC 1st Military Police Battalion Association website is to preserve the legacy and history of the 1st MP Battalion, and to provide a web-based community for its members.
USMC Combat Helicopter Association
The USMC Combat Helicopter Association establishes and maintains contact with all former and current Marine helicopter/tilt-rotor crews, including pilots, crewchiefs, gunners, air observers, maintenance, corpsmen (USN), flight surgeons (USN), chaplains (USN) and all other support personnel.
USS Midway Museum
The USS Midway Museum is an unforgettable adventure for the entire family. Go to sea without leaving port! Explore more than 60 exhibits with a collection of 25 restored aircraft. Located in downtown San Diego.
VI Corps Combat Engineers
This site features information regarding the 36th (2826th, 2827th, and 2828th), 39th, 540th (2832nd & 2833rd), and the 1108th (48th & 235th) Combat Engineer Regiments who bravely fought against the Axis powers from North Africa into Sicily, Italy, France, Central Europe and ended their tour of duty in Germany in 1945.
Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association (VHPA)
The VHPA is a non-profit war veterans organization whose mission is to enhance and accredit the cohesiveness, esprit de corps, and traditions of valor of rotary wing aircrews that flew in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam Era, and to seek out, using whatever means available, individuals who piloted rotary wing aircraft in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam era and inform them of the existence of the VHPA and encourage all eligible individuals to become members.
Virginia Historical Society
The mission of the Virginia Historical Society is to collect, preserve, and interpret the commonwealth's past for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations. The Virginia Historical Society was founded in 1831. Like most of the nation's older historical societies, it has always been a private organization; one that derives virtually all its support from membership and endowment. At the organizational meeting in 1831, Chief Justice John Marshall was elected its first president, and former president James Madison was elected its first honorary member.
Virginia War Memorial
Walk inside the Virginia War Memorial and you enter hallowed ground. For here on its soaring glass and marble walls are the names of more than 11,600 Virginia heroes who gave their lives to keep our country free. Its reason for being and its effect on those who view its hallowed walls and artifacts. Located overlooking historic Richmond business district and the James River, the War Memorial was created by the Virginia General Assembly to honor Virginia's war dead. The Memorial is a 501(c)(3) organization, and all contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Weider History Group
The Weider History Group is the world's leading publisher of history magazines, making world and American history interesting and educational for all of our readers. Titles include: America's Civil War, American History, Aviation History; British Heritage; Civil War Times; MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History; Military History; Vietnam; Wild West; World War II, and Armchair General.
World War II Gyrene
Welcome to WW2 Gyrene, a tribute to the World War II Marine. This site contains information about the Pacific War and the men who fought it along with links to other outstanding Marine Corps sites. Semper Fidelis!
World War II Ration Technologies
For many years, one of the greatest drawbacks to authenticity faced by the military living historian or re-enactor was the accurate packaging of the food he consumes at an event. With computer technology and the availablity of accurate reproduction K-Ration boxes, I have developed a line of K-Ration, C-Ration and D-Ration Instruction Kits containing information, instructions and pre-printed labels that are ready to be offered to the WWII U.S. living history and re-enacting community.

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