What is 6603?  It is the number of Americans who lost their lives on D-Day.  June 6, 1944 was one of the deadliest days for the American military.  While this actual date is rapidly receding in to history, it is our duty and our privilege as citizens of the United States to remember and honor the sacrifices made by those who came before.  In humble observance, we thank them....more

Semper Fi, Marine

As is my nature, I can consider myself an authority on any subject while in command of the least bit of knowledge. So, before I met my husband, who was Active Duty U.S.M.C., when we met, I thought I knew all about military sacrifice and service. After all, my father had left college when he was drafted into World War II....more
@elaineR.N. Hello there, Nurse Plummer! Thank you for sharing your thoughts. Yes, so much from ...more