Are you planning a trip or are trying to find a place to visit where you can have fun and learning something too? Here are some must see military attractions:
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On Jan. 27, 1973, the United States, South Vietnam, Viet Cong and North Vietnam signed the Paris Peace Accords, effectively ceasing the American involvement in the Vietnam War. The Vietnam War is a significant part of America’s history, so to observe Vietnam Peace Day, here is some history on the war:
There are a lot of ways you can start having bad memory such as: old age, traumatic brain injury and not doing enough exercise. Scientists from many well-known institutions have some great ideas if you notice your memory isn’t doing as well as you would like it to
Are you trying to plan a family trip where the kids can learn and have a fun time? Here are some fun memorials to visit.
Martin Luther King Jr. is the most well-known African American Leader of his time. His efforts to peacefully promote civil rights and equality for everyone has left a lasting legacy. His significant influence during the Civil Rights Movement led to the Montgomery Bus Boycott, the sit-in movement that started in Greensboro, N.C., the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights act of 1965.
Flying was just a dream a little over a hundred years ago. Now we can fly all over the world. All you need is a plane ticket.
Start 2017 off with saving three lives. You heard me right! Three lives can be saved just by one simple blood donation. The month of January is national blood donor month. By simply putting aside 15 minutes this month to donate, you can help save lives all over the United States.
Did you know January 5 is celebrated as National Bird Day in the U.S.? While the day is actually about getting citizens involved in monitoring the health of our nation’s wild bird population, it’s also a good time to learn more about our famous national bird, the Bald Eagle.
Most people get their celebrations in on New Year’s Eve, while New Year’s Day is usually spent as a relaxing day with family. You probably have quite a few traditions for New Year’s Eve such as watching the ball drop in Times Square, but there are plenty of fun traditions for the first day of the year too.
With the end of the year fast approaching, you may be wondering if you can still donate a car this year and receive a tax deduction. The good news is, Vehicles For Veterans is here to help you get a 2016 tax deduction all the way up to 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 31. Even those who do things last-minute can still get in on a 2016 tax deduction this year.