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O'Neill: @blogs.vancouversun.com #War #Freedom #Bravery #Respect #Love When I think of America, I picture all of the young men and women who have risked their lives  in order to take a stand and fight for what we now have today; Freedom! Everyone should be thankful for those who served and those who are still serving for our country! America is a society with a cultural expectation and expectations could not be accomplished with out the freedom to do so (Kendall, 2013, pg.7). #ambition

A Canadian soldier shakes hands with an Afghan boy during a joint patrol with Afghan National Army troops near Panjwaii village, Kandahar province, southern Afghanistan, July

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War of 1812 comes alive at log-and-earth fortification at Fort Meigs State Memorial near Toledo  Battles there turned the tide in favor of the young United States against British  The War of 1812 garrison, commanded by Gen. William Henry Harrison, rebuffed two attacks in 1813 by British troops and their  Indian allies.  The fort, owned by the Ohio History Connection (formerly the Ohio Historical Society), housed from 900 to 2,000 U.S.  troops.  The British and Canadian soldiers and…

War of 1812 comes alive at log-and-earth fortification at Fort Meigs State Memorial near Toledo

War of 1812 comes alive at log-and-earth fortification at Fort Meigs State Memorial near Toledo Battles there turned the tide in favor of the young United States against British The War of 1812 garrison, commanded by Gen. William Henry Harrison, rebuffed two attacks in 1813 by British troops and their Indian allies. The fort, owned by the Ohio History Connection (formerly the Ohio Historical Society), housed from 900 to 2,000 U.S. troops. The British and Canadian soldiers and…

Omar Khadr is a Toronto-born Canadian, captured by American soldiers after a firefight in Afghanistan in 2002, when he was 15 years old. The only minor since the Second World War to be convicted of purported war crimes, Khadr was imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay and Canada for almost 13 years in total. In 2010, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Khadr’s detainment violated “the principles of fundamental justice” and “the most basic Canadian standards about the treatment of youth suspects.”…

Omar Khadr is a Toronto-born Canadian, captured by American soldiers after a firefight in Afghanistan in 2002, when he was 15 years old. The only minor since the Second World War to be convicted of purported war crimes, Khadr was imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay and Canada for almost 13 years in total. In 2010, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Khadr’s detainment violated “the principles of fundamental justice” and “the most basic Canadian standards about the treatment of youth suspects.”…

Pg 3 -Earl W. Bascom became internationally known as a cowboy artist & sculptor with his art being exhibited in the U. S., Canada & Europe. He was honored by the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Artists Association as the first rodeo cowboy to become a professional cowboy artist and sculptor.Was the first cowboy artist to be honored as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts of London since the society's beginning 1754.Roy Rogers collected Bascom's art, once said, “Earl is a walking book of…

Bascom (June 1906 – August was an American painter, printmaker, rodeo performer and sculptor, raised in Canada, who portrayed his own experiences cowboying and rodeoing across the American and Canadian West.

2nd Lt Powhatan Henry Clarke (1862-1893) earned the Medal of Honor for his bravery on 3 May 1886, while under heavy fire at Sonora, Mexico; 2nd Lt Clarke rushed forward to rescue one of his wounded soldiers, Corporal Edward Scott, who lay disabled and exposed to fire and carried him to a place of safety. In 1891 he was promoted to 1st Lt. In 1891 he became a member of the District of Columbia Society, Sons of the American Revolution.On 21 July 1893 he drowned in the Little Big Horn River, MT

2nd Lt Powhatan Henry Clarke (1862-1893) earned the Medal of Honor for his bravery on 3 May 1886, while under heavy fire at Sonora, Mexico; 2nd Lt Clarke rushed forward to rescue one of his wounded soldiers, Corporal Edward Scott, who lay disabled and exposed to fire and carried him to a place of safety. In 1891 he was promoted to 1st Lt. In 1891 he became a member of the District of Columbia Society, Sons of the American Revolution.On 21 July 1893 he drowned in the Little Big Horn River, MT

"The dog soldiers were the elite military organizations in the tribe. They were the last line of defense for the people. And so they were greatly esteemed. The warriors in the society were outfitted with a particular sash, which trailed the ground. And each member carried a sacred arrow. And in time of battle, the dog soldier would impale the sash to the ground and stand the ground to the death. They had a song which only the members could sing, and only in the face of death. So you can…

"The dog soldiers were the elite military organizations in the tribe. They were the last line of defense for the people. And so they were greatly esteemed. The warriors in the society were outfitted with a particular sash, which trailed the ground. And each member carried a sacred arrow. And in time of battle, the dog soldier would impale the sash to the ground and stand the ground to the death. They had a song which only the members could sing, and only in the face of death. So you can…

7 Photographs That Show Society’s Debt to Photography everyone should see these

Private Patrick Cloutier and Mohawk Warrior Brad "Freddy Krueger Lacrocque" face off during the Oka Crisis, 1990

Muslims are debating why their religion is so often cited as a cause for violence and bloodshed.

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