American Legion T.H.B. Post 187



This link has a pretty interesting movie about life on Aircraft Carriers during WWII

Watch the space shuttle prepare for liftoff in fast forward/time lapse mode. 



Amazing Movie About a Soldier Shot by a RPG 

Read before clicking on link below: The story is about Channing Moss, who was impaled by a live RPG during a Taliban ambush while on patrol. Army protocol says that medivac choppers are never to carry anyone with a live round in him. Even though they feared it could explode, the flight crew said damn the protocol and flew him to the nearest aid station. Again, protocol said that in such a case the patient is to be put in a sandbagged area away from the surgical unit, given a shot of morphine and left to wait (and die) until others are treated. Again, the medical team ignored the protocol. Here's a short video put together by the Military Times, Posted on You Tube by "mooninsantacruz" which includes actual footage of the surgery where Dr. John Oh, a Korean immigrant who became a naturalized citizen and went to West Point, removed the live round with the help of volunteers and  a member of the EOD (explosive ordinance disposal) team. Moss has undergone six operations but is doing well at home in Gainesville, GA. I think you'll find the video absolutely remarkable.

(263) RPG Embedded In Soldier, Surgery Of Removal - YouTube

(Editor's note: the original video was taken down, above is a summary version from the Military Times series posted on You Tube. Also, a video about Specialist Moss's recovery, below.)​



This is a very interesting documentary about the USS John Stennis aircraft carrier.

A  CNN Special posted on You Tube.


Click on the link below to see:
Extraordinary photos of the 1940s after WW-II:


From the US Navy (You Tube) Three Carriers

WESTERN PACIFIC (Nov. 12, 2017) The aircraft carriers USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) and USS Nimitz (CVN 68) and their strike groups are underway, conducting operations, in international waters as part of a three-carrier strike force exercise. The U.S. Navy has patrolled the Indo-Asia Pacific region routinely for more than 70 years promoting regional security, stability and prosperity. (U.S. Navy video/Released)


(263) U.S. Navy Three Carrier Formation in Western Pacific Ocean - YouTube