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Highly effective undercover agent during WWII. Declared by gestapo the most dangerous Allied spy. Grew up at Box Horn Farm nearby. Hunting accident forced partial amputation of leg, barring her from a career in the U.S. Foreign Service. She played…
In memory of our heroes who died for liberty in the great war. 1914-1918
This community of 365 homes is named after a quaint town in England, its streets after surrounding villages, in recognition of the villagers' kindness to the 388th Bomb Group, USAAF, during World War II.
Police Post 1529 in tribute to veterans of all wars and conflicts.
Maryland State Veterans Cemetery, Garrison Forest, Maryland. To all veterans, living and dead who served in the United States Navy and the United States Coast Guard. World War II, The Korean War, The Vietnam Conflict, The Persian Gulf War. Ded…
In memory of Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. USN Sept 22, 1916-June 4, 1942. Ensign Kelly was lost in action during the Battle of Midway, June 4, 1942. His spirit, courage, and love of country will always be an inspiration to those who would make…
To the truly brave-The Mothers. Do you ask for a song of courage. In this day of bloodshed and woe, when all about us are heroes and brave men wherever we go! To grown all of these, could there yet be another who's ahead in each contest, how an…
In memory of all Americans, especially the men and women of Maryland who lost their lives at the hands of terrorists while serving in the Armed Forces of the United States. Charles Keith Bailey, USMC Berlin, Beirut, Lebanon 23 October 1983 &m…
In memory of all Americans especially those courageous Marylanders, who died during the liberation of Kuwait. Their devotion to duty, bravery, and patriotism will never be forgotten by a grateful nation and state. LT James H. Love, USN, Decembe…
In memory of James Patrick Sinnott Devereux Brigadier General United States Marine Corps. Hero of Wake Island. When all is said and done actions speak louder than words.
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