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Francis L. Sampson 1912-1996 Francis L. Sampson's amazing record as a war hero put him in history books. As the "Paratrooper Padre" in World War II, he was one of the 20th century's best-known Army Chaplains. His real life story of rescuing a …
If It were Not For the Brave There Would Be No Land Of the Free This Memorial is Dedicated with Appreciation to the Men and Women Whose Loyalty and Service During Times of War And Peace Define the Character of this Great Natio…
A collection of materials and important papers representative of the period were buried in a time capsule in front of this marker during the 1972 Osceola County Centennial Celebration. Those involved in this, did so with the hope that it will b…
Osceola County's Noble Defenders of Humanity In The World War 1917 - 1919
They Gave Their All William F Allard John Baas Jr Eldred J Beek Henry Boneschans Francis Case Donald W Christians Delvin E Dagel Alvin L Dirks Lewis J Fousek Edward Groendyk James D Harbers John H Hatting William T Hattin D…
Soldiers, sailors citizens may the memory of their valor and patriotism be perpetuated Erected 1916
This bell was given to Westmar College for perpetual care by the Hoskins Evangelical United Brethren Church of Hoskins, Nebraska when it closed in 1979. Also given to the college were funds to establish the Hoskins Memorial Fund. The tower was mov…
Lest We Forget
The USS Stark (FFG-3) was an Oliver Hazard Perry Class guided-missile frigate named for Admiral Harold Rainsford Stark Launched : May 30, 1980 Commissioned: Oct. 23, 1982 Middle East Deployed 1984, 1987, 1991 & 1995 Decommissioned: May…
The Bell AH-1 Cobra helicopter was the world's first dedicated armed attack helicopter. Due to its speed, armament and maneuverability it proved itself a powerful combatant during the Vietnam Conflict. The two-bladed single engine chopper …
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