Here's a great tip:
Enter your email address and we'll send you our weekly magazine by email with fresh, exciting and thoughtful content that will enrich your inbox and your life, week after week. And it's free.
Oh, and don't forget to like our facebook page too!

US Army

Sort by:
Results 1-10 of 10
Related Topics
US Army (10)
Montana (2)
New York (28)
Alaska (3)
Legislators on both sides of the political aisle are pushing for the construction of a national Jewish chaplains’ memorial at Arlington National Cemetery, and judging by a unanimous House of Representatives vote in favor of larger bill containing the prov...
In September 1990 I went off to defend a country that I was prohibited from entering. The “Jewish” on my dog tag remained as clear and unmistakable as the American star on the hood of every Army truck . . .
"Wow! He's a hero!" I guess. "You mean he actually can shoot a gun?" I'd hope so! "Did he kill anyone?" I'm not about to ask but I suppose he did. "Is he a general?" No, he's a corporal. "Does he wear a dog tag? What are they for anyhow?" Um...
I guess when something is truly right for you, no matter how impractical or out of the ordinary it may seem, you find yourself doing what you are meant to do...
Part 1: Tour in Korea
Jewish Boys at the Front
Mr. Bernard Cytryn arrived in the United States in 1946. Having been liberated from the concentration camps by US soldiers, he wished to repay the kindness, and enlisted in the US Army. Before shipping off to Korea in 1950, he had a private audience with ...
Fulfilling an Obligation
Rabbi Henry Isaacs served as rabbi on Bangor, Maine, for close to forty years. In 1958, he was a rabbinical student at Yeshiva University, and was engaged to be married. He had plans to enter the Armed Forces and join the Air Force. His father wouldn’t ag...
Rabbi Menachem Stern has wanted to be an army chaplain since August 2008, when he came across a Jewish news site that got him thinking it was the right job for him. Halfway through an introductory meeting, he texted his wife to tell her, “I think I’ve fou...
Safe and Secure
Jewish Boys at the Front, Part 2
After meeting with the Rebbe in 1950, Private Bernard Cytryn shipped off to the Korean warfront with his US Battalion. From there, he continued to correspond with the Rebbe.
Rabbi Shmuel Felzenberg, stationed in Afghanistan with the 82nd Airborne Division, received the rank of major while his family watched from 8,000 miles away.
United States Army Specialist Daniel J. Agami, 25, affectionately known as "G.I. Jew," was killed in Baghdad on June 21.
Browse Subjects Alphabetically:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0-9