The Battle Of Saylor’s Creek 1865

A pivotal battle of the Civil War.

Albert Mosielle SOG 1-0

From friend of the site, and fellow Vietnam War historian, Bud Gibson. “Al was a terrific 1-0 of RT New Jersey. His 1-1, Bobby Coleman, my good friend was KIA on my birthday. Al later came to NKP as our primary FAC Rider. He was in “Bungalow Bill” Sanders’ OV10 back seat when they wereContinue reading “Albert Mosielle SOG 1-0”

General William T. Sherman

Born in Lancaster, Ohio February 8, 1820, William Tecumseh was the son of Charles Robert and Mary Sherman. Charles Robert was a successful lawyer who sat on the Ohio Supreme Court, and whose untimely death in 1829 left his widow with eleven children and no inheritance. Nine year old William was adopted into the familyContinue reading “General William T. Sherman”