Guns of the 'Mighty Mo'

Guns on the battleship USS Missouri, (BB-63) currently docked on Ford Island in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Missouri was the site of the Japanese surrender which ended World War II.
Guns on the battleship USS Missouri, (BB-63) currently docked on Ford Island in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Missouri was the site of the Japanese surrender which ended World War II.
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Anchor to History

An anchor serves as a memorial to the 293,000 recruits trained at Farragut Naval Training Station to serve in the US Navy during World War II. The northern Idaho facility was later converted to Farragut State Park.
An anchor serves as a memorial to the 293,000 recruits trained at Farragut Naval Training Station to serve in the US Navy during World War II. The northern Idaho facility was later converted to Farragut State Park.
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To Honor Their Service

The bronze bust of a sailor stands outside the Museum at the Brig in Farragut State Park in northern Idaho. The park was originally built as Farragut Naval Training Station to train naval recruits in the aftermath of the bombing of Pearl Harbor in December 1941.
The bronze bust of a sailor stands outside the Museum at the Brig in Farragut State Park in northern Idaho. The park was originally built as Farragut Naval Training Station to train naval recruits in the aftermath of the bombing of Pearl Harbor in December 1941.
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For Friendship

Memorial to the 12th World Scout Jamboree held at Farragut State Park in northern Idaho in 1967. Over 12,000 scouts from 105 countries attended the 10-day event. The theme, "For Friendship" was memorialized in various languages on the poles.
Memorial to the 12th World Scout Jamboree held at Farragut State Park in northern Idaho in 1967. Over 12,000 scouts from 105 countries attended the 10-day event.
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Ancient and Modern

Headlights blur as nighttime traffic streams around the Colosseum in Rome, Italy. The Coliseum is lit from the inside at night, hightlighting each arch in the 1,945 year old structure.
Headlights blur as nighttime traffic streams around the Colosseum in Rome, Italy. The Coliseum is lit from the inside at night, hightlighting each arch in the 1,945 year old structure.
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Under An Icon

A section of the Roman Colosseum seems to tower towards the sky. The Colosseum was built between 70 and 80 A.D. and could hold between 50,000 and 80,000 spectators.
A section of the Roman Colosseum seems to tower towards the sky. The Colosseum was built between 70 and 80 A.D. and could hold between 50,000 and 80,000 spectators.
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Ponte Sant'Angelo

The Saint Angelo bridge carries pedestrians over the Tiber river in central Rome. The bridge was built in 134 A.D. during the reign of Emperor Hadrian.
The Saint Angelo bridge carries pedestrians over the Tiber river in central Rome. The bridge was built in 134 A.D. during the reign of Emperor Hadrian.
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Mark of Honor

An old headstone marks a grave at the Fort Boise Military Cemetery in Boise, Idaho.
An old headstone marks a grave at the Fort Boise Military Cemetery in Boise, Idaho.
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Over Under

Rental canoes sit on the dock late in the season at Silver Lake in western Washington.
Rental canoes sit on the dock late in the season at Silver Lake in western Washington.
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Western Chuck Wagon

A reproduction of a historic chuck wagon sits on display at the Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site in Deer Lodge, Montana.
A reproduction of a historic chuck wagon sits on display at the Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site in Deer Lodge, Montana.
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