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NETFLIX’S New Shot About the Medal of Honor Looks Incredible | Check Out the Preview

NETFLIX’S New Shot About the Medal of Honor Looks Incredible | Check Out the Preview

David Hookstead | Reporter Netflix recently released a preview for its upcoming series “Medal of Honor.” The plot of the show, according to the YouTube description, is, “From Academy Award Winning Executive Producer Robert Zemeckis and Academy Award Winning Director James Moll. Medal of Honor is an 8 part anthology series told through hybrid documentary […]

NFL to salute Medal of Honor recipients at Super Bowl

NFL to salute Medal of Honor recipients at Super Bowl

The NFL will salute 15 recipients of the Medal of Honor, the United States’ most prestigious military decoration, during the official coin toss ceremony prior to Super Bowl LII, the league announced Thursday.

Brownley Bill to Bring Local Veteran One Step Closer to Receiving Medal of Honor Heads to President’s Desk

Brownley Bill to Bring Local Veteran One Step Closer to Receiving Medal of Honor Heads to President’s Desk

Washington, D.C. – Today, a bill authored by Congresswoman Julia Brownley (D-Westlake Village) heads to the President’s desk for signature, bringing Sergeant Major (Ret.) John Canley of Oxnard one step closer to receiving the prestigious Medal of Honor. Sergeant Major Canley served as a Marine for 28 years, including service during the Vietnam War. His actions […]

Seabee Museum to Commemorate 50th Anniversary of Fallen Seabee

Seabee Museum to Commemorate 50th Anniversary of Fallen Seabee

Shields was the first and only Seabee to earn the Medal of Honor, awarded for his valiant efforts during the Vietnam Conflict in the Battle of Dong Xoai. He died from wounds he sustained during the battle on June 10, 1965. Dr. Lara Godbille, museum director, will host an evening presentation recounting Shields’ final days […]

Ventura’s Forgotten War Hero

Ventura’s Forgotten War Hero

By Richard Senate June 19, 2013                 He lies buried in what is today nicknamed “Dog Park” by the people of Ventura.  The cemetery, officially named Memorial Park, holds the remains of  thousands, many are war dead. Today this site is used by dog owners to let their animals run free and poop where they […]