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Military Museum of Fort Worth shared War History Online's Battleships: Floating Fortresses of the Seas. ... See MoreSee Less

The battleship - a massive, floating fortress on the seas. Few other weapons of war remain as iconic in 20th century memory. The United States Navy commissioned its first battleship in the 1890s, and ...

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Military Museum of Fort Worth shared The American Patriot's video. ... See MoreSee Less

Vietnam chopper crews.

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We are at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo today! Come visit us at the Amon Carter Hall concourse!! ... See MoreSee Less

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We are excited to be supporting the Military Appreciation Day being held at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, this Monday January 29th, 2018. Please come out on this day and support the Stock Show & Rodeo that is honoring our Veterans. We will have a mobile exhibit set up in the Amon Carter Exhibit Hall concourse, please stop by and say hello. ... See MoreSee Less

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I remember watching this when it finally kicked off we watched CNN non-stop to see the war unfold right there on TV. Too bad we didn't just go in and finish the deal then, we could have saved quite a few lives. But is was the best kind of war, a short one. ... See MoreSee Less

How did you spend the 100-hour ground war?

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Looks like no matter where Texans are found there are cattle to be tended to. Here men of the Texas-Oklahoma 90th Infantry Division herd loose cattle in the village of Harlange, Luxembourg in mid January 1945. ... See MoreSee Less

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Here is another great shot of the Texas Flag being proudly displayed overseas. because as well all know as long as you have a Texan around, you are going to find a little bit Texas too. These men were from the 1st Cavalry Division. ... See MoreSee Less

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A little American soldier humor in the middle of the "Battle of the Bulge". This photo was taken on January 7th, 1945. in Roetgen, Germany ... See MoreSee Less

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This is a 1944 Christmas card from the 712th Tank Battalion that served with the 90th Infantry Division from Normandy to Germany. This one was sent home from somewhere around Dillingen, Germany. It is a reminder that even in the cold winter, facing war and death, men still had the spirit of Christmas with them and wanted to connect to their families no matter how far. God Bless all of our men and women who have served overseas in times of strife to secure and protect freedom for us all. ... See MoreSee Less

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This is a great photo of men of the 315th Combat Engineers sweeping for mines in the hedgerows of Normandy. We have seen one of the "mines cleared to road" signs from the 90th in the collection of man who was a boy during the war. ... See MoreSee Less

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The 90th Division trained for WWII out southwest of Abilene, TX at Camp Barkeley. This even built a fake German town to practice assaulting. It is good to see based on their road sign that they kept a sense of humor. ... See MoreSee Less

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We have been coming across some neat photos of Texans showing their pride while overseas. We will start posting more of these from our archive for you all to enjoy. This ones starts off by seeing John Carter of Dallas, Texas while serving in the 84th Infantry Division near the Roer River in February of 1945. ... See MoreSee Less

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