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American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History by Chris Kyle

Former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, deadliest sniper in U.S. military history (April 1974 - February 2013)

Reminds my of Canadian Military History Class in Undergrad. Royal Canadian Air Force

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Hazel Johnson-Brown, Army nurse who was first black female general, dies at 83

Hazel Johnson-Brown - Made military history in 1979 when she was promoted to brigadier general and, at the same time, to the command of the 7,000 nurses in the Army Nurse Corps. She was the first black woman to hold both posts.

PRNT - List of Puerto Rican military personnel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Military History Online - The Borinqueneers: 65th Infantry Regiment

Ruins of the Abbey of Monte Cassino in Italy after Allied bombing on 15 February 1944. (US Army Center of Military History)

Shoshana Nyree Johnson (born January 18, 1973) is a Panamanian-born former United States soldier, and was the first black or Hispanic female prisoner of war in the military history of the United States. Johnson was a Specialist of the U.S. Army 507th Maintenance Company, 5/52 ADA BN, 11th ADA Brigade. During a gun fight that led to her capture she suffered bullet wounds to both of her ankles. She was freed in a rescue mission conducted by United States Marine Corps units on April 13, 2003.

Cameron and royal family members stand side-by-side with European leaders at the Somme to mark a century since the bloodiest day in Britain's military history  | Daily Mail Online