Posts Tagged “Six Day War veterans”

USS Liberty Survivors of The Six-Day War Read and Write  

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USS Liberty Survivors of The Six-Day War Read and Write  

On 8 June 1967, thirty four Americans were killed, 174 wounded and scarred for life because the USA Government failed to support the USS Liberty troops while Israel was attacking them with bombs, bullets, and torpedoes; and continues to disrespect the Liberty troops request to speak to the American people during an open Congressional hearing….

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A Covid-19 USS Liberty Remembrance Day

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A Covid-19 USS Liberty Remembrance Day

Covid-19 caused the cancellation of the USS Liberty’s 53rd reunion of survivors of The Six Day War. The following is published in honor of 2020’s USS Liberty Remembrance Day. By Eileen Fleming This retired nurse has lived in Florida for decades but New York is my homeland. I began paying attention to Covid19 in January. It…

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Memorializing USS Liberty Love Story at FilmFreeway in Honor of Memorial Day 2019

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Memorializing USS Liberty Love Story at FilmFreeway in Honor of Memorial Day 2019

Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the USA established on the last day of May to honor those who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. FilmFreeway is a free website site for writers and filmmakers to showcase their scripts and films for entry into contests and festivals. By Eileen Fleming In…

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USS Indianapolis and USS Liberty: Men of Courageous Endurance

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USS Indianapolis and USS Liberty: Men of Courageous Endurance

The USS Indianapolis was hit by two Japanese torpedoes and sank within minutes a few days before the United States nuked Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Of the 1,196 aboard, about 900 made it into the water before the ship sank. Shark attacks began at sunrise and continued for five days until the remaining 317 were accidentally discovered on…

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