West Point Memorial Aims to Honor Buffalo Soldiers

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West Point Memorial Aims to Honor Buffalo Soldiers

A new memorial honoring the legacy of West Point’s Buffalo Soldiers will be revealed next year as planners aim to have it completed in September 2021.

A monument featuring a trooper mounted on horseback will replace the U.S. Military Academy’s “memorial rock,” which was dedicated in 1973 to honor the Black Horse Cavalry Detachments, including the 9th and 10th Cavalry Regiments, that served at West Point from 1907 to 1947. 

Bolger Honored By Army Historical Foundation

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Bolger Honored By Army Historical Foundation

Retired Lt. Gen. Daniel Bolger has been recognized by the Army Historical Foundation with a Distinguished Article Award for his article in ARMY magazine on how African Americans fought racism in the Army and the Nazis in World War II.

Maj. Gen. Singh: ‘The Army Saved My Life’

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Maj. Gen. Singh: ‘The Army Saved My Life’

There are many people who say service in the military changed their lives, but few have a story like retired Maj. Gen. Linda Singh.

Singh, who was raised as one of 14 children in a four-room house in rural Maryland, became homeless as a teenager after being sexually assaulted. She was a high school dropout when she stumbled upon an Army recruiter.

Retired One-Star Recalls Her Army Journey

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Retired One-Star Recalls Her Army Journey

Trailblazing 78-year-old retired Brig. Gen. Clara L. Adams-Ender offered valuable advice about having military mentors, overcoming career obstacles, being respected as an officer and having fun in the U.S. Army that was home for 34 years.

AUSA Event Marks King Holiday

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AUSA Event Marks King Holiday

Striving for a more perfect union and forging a true American brotherhood can be achieved by living up to the values and ideals set forth in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, retired Maj. Gen. Fred A. Gorden said in remarks during an event at the Association of the U.S. Army to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

Recalling the day 58 years ago that he met King at a church in Atlanta, Gorden said he was pleased to be at AUSA to “remember and celebrate the courageous life and the unparalleled civil rights leadership of this great American.”