US Wars

Smithsonian to present Star Wars X-Wing Fighter

The National Air and Space Museum houses some of the most sacred artefacts from the aerial age. Visitors can marvel at the Wright 1903 flyer who flew over Kitty Hawk, NC, bright red Lockheed 5B Vega that Amelia Earhart flew alone across the Atlantic Ocean and the Friendship Capsule 7 …

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An inside look at the US-China chipmaking war

A recently released in-depth feature of Nikkei Asia provides a detailed look at the current state of the conflict between China and the United States in the chipmaking, semiconductor manufacturing, and computer technology sectors as a whole. One of the many key points the article presents is the pervasive reality …

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US lawmakers call for a ‘war foot’ on corruption

In a letter to Janet Yellen, two lawmakers called for LBC’s obligations to be extended to hedge funds, private equity and other professional enablers. US lawmakers Tom Malinowski and Sheldon Whitehouse wrote to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen asking him to put a “war footing” on the US Treasury Department to …

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OUR WWII HISTORY: Victory Day and the Call for Peace

Finally, Nazi Germany was defeated. However, the total victory of World War II “will not be ours until we have placed the keystone of a global structure for permanent peace,” wrote the National Commander of the American Legion, Edward N.. Victory in Japan was still three months away, and the …

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Maltese-American remembers shipyard and WWII

This Friday, May 7, at 6 p.m., John B. Saliba, a 94-year-old Maltese-American who lives in New York, will speak in English to anthropologist Michael Deguara about his time at the shipyard in the 1940s and his memories alive from World War II. The conference is moderated by the Oral …

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