Tagged With: vintage

Training, Treasure, and a Step Forward: Freeman Army Air Field

I always love finding out stuff, particularly history stuff, so I was doubly-amazed when I ran across a massive amount of information on a faded, historical airfield in Indiana called Freeman Army Air Field. With a secret stash of Nazi planes, training facilities and taking part in breaking down the segregration of the armed services, … Continue reading »

Categories: 1940's, American History, Military, Popular Culture, United States Air Force History, vintage, World History, World War II | Tags: , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

“…You are about to embark upon a great crusade…”

(1) Today is the day we stop a moment and think about June 6th, 1944. Don’t think about the yard, or the politicians, or your boss. Think about your brother, your cousin, your ma, your sister, your family. Because of the sacrifices given so long ago…you have today. Take a few minutes and pray or … Continue reading »

Categories: 1940's, American History, Military, Retro, United States Air Force History, United States Army History, United States Naval History, vintage, World History, World War II | Tags: , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Volleyball, Syncom 3 and the Summer Games!

The year following the assassination of JFK promised to be no quieter nor any less historical in nature. In January 1964, the Beatles released their first album here in America and the famous game show Jeopardy debuted in March of that same year. The storm clouds over Vietnam had started to rumble already and the … Continue reading »

Categories: 1960's, American History, Baby Boomers, Popular Culture, Retro, sports, vintage, World History | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Blasted! Indy’s Atomic Adventures Exposed!

Well, our family went to see the newest Indiana Jones film this last weekend and personally, I thought it was great! Yeah, Indy looked a little old, but it didn’t seem to take anything away from the picture. Now, I’m no film critic and this post isn’t about the film, BUT I was intrigued by … Continue reading »

Categories: 1940's, 1950's, 1960's, American History, Equipment, Korean War, Retro, United States Air Force History, United States Army History, United States Naval History, vintage, World History, World War II | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Miami Beach! The Story of Carl Fisher, Kotaro Suto and “Fun In The Sun!”

Hello and hope your Friday is going well! I apologize for not posting up yet again yesterday, but around here it’s the last week of school and there has been a lot planned! The start of summer makes for a busy schedule! ———————————————– The more research I do in history, the more I come across … Continue reading »

Categories: 1920's, 1930's, 1940's, American History, Great Depression, Media Personalities, Popular Culture, Retro, vintage, World History | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Gone to the Archives!

Hello everyone! Today I will not be able to do a regular post, due to family circumstances, however, I did at least want to put something out there, to share some neat things with you. So, if you have a few minutes, drop on over to the Prelinger Archives, located at the Internet Archive. You … Continue reading »

Categories: Management, Management Notes, Popular Culture, vintage, World History | Tags: , , , | Leave a comment

Thank You!

(1) It’s Memorial Day today and I thought it would be appropriate for us to take a few minutes and think about those who gave you the freedom to be with your family and friends. (2) This last Saturday, we helped out the Boy Scouts to put flags on veteran’s graves. I was amazed by … Continue reading »

Categories: American History, Military, Popular Culture, Retro, vintage, World History | Tags: , , , , , | Leave a comment

UFO’s, Magic Bullets, and a Ride Into Space!

Well, it’s another week gone past and doing some research last night, I ran across some of my old posts on blogger than I had forgotten about. I thought you might enjoy looking at these, either for the first time or maybe a quick glimpse again. I’ve got some stuff on: The Kennedy Assassination (1) … Continue reading »

Categories: 1940's, 1950's, 1960's, 1970's, American History, Baby Boomers, Cold War, Equipment, Media Personalities, Military, Popular Culture, Retro, United States Air Force History, vintage, World History | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

“We Build, We Fight, We Party All Night” The US Navy Seabees!

With a title like that, today’s blog post is a great one! Focusing on the Seabeas, or the United States Navy Construction Battalions, these units have origins back to the beginning of America and to the present day. These units perform lifting and constructing needed by the navy. Runways, port facilities, building and other construction … Continue reading »

Categories: 1930's, 1940's, 1950's, 1960's, 1970's, American History, Cold War, Equipment, Korean War, Military, Popular Culture, Retro, United States Naval History, vintage, World History, World War II | Tags: , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

A Sign, a Star, and a Bit of Blue….

(1) A few weeks ago, I went on a family trip to see some relatives and ran across the sign above while stopping to rest. This was a neat sign, so I snapped a picture, promising myself I would look into it sometime, just to get some background about the origins. The other day, I … Continue reading »

Categories: 1950's, 1960's, 1970's, American History, Automobile history, Baby Boomers, Equipment, Popular Culture, Retro, vintage, World History | Tags: , , , , , , , | Leave a comment