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  1. Vor 2 Tagen · Sound recording of President John F. Kennedy’s remarks at the Fliegerhorst Kaserne, a United States Army installation in Hanau, Germany. In his speech the President commends the efforts of American soldiers serving abroad, and discusses the importance of cooperative military endeavors among allied countries.

  2. Vor 3 Tagen · The official podcast of the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School at Fort Liberty, North Carolina. SGM Riley and MAJ Holzmann embark on a journey to provide the best podcast in the military with bi-monthly relentless awesomeness. Real. Bold. Un-restricted.

  3. Vor einem Tag · On Monday, October 22, 1962, President Kennedy appeared on television to inform Americans of the recently discovered Soviet military buildup in Cuba including the ongoing installation of offensive nuclear missiles. He informed the people of the United States of the "quarantine" placed around Cuba by the U.S. Navy. The President ...

  4. Vor 4 Tagen · “Robin Sage” is the final test for soldiers in the Special Forces qualifications course at the U.S. Army JFK Special Warfare Center and School at Fort Liberty, formerly Fort Bragg, in North Carolina.

  5. Vor 2 Tagen · Special Forces warrant officer candidates from both the active and national guard components attend the Special Forces Warrant Officer Technical and Tactical Certification Course (SFWOTTC) at the Special Forces Warrant Officer Institute, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The course ...

  6. Vor 3 Tagen · Both leaders realized they had come dangerously close to nuclear war. In a series of private letters, Khrushchev and Kennedy reopened a dialogue on banning nuclear testing. Kennedy selected Averill Harriman, an experienced diplomat known and respected by Khrushchev, to resume negotiations in Moscow. On July 25, 1963, after only 12 ...

  7. Vor 2 Tagen · McGeorge Bundy had informed the President about the U-2 photographs of the missile sites at 8:45 a.m. October 16, and Kennedy immediately called for a meeting of his principal advisers at 11:45. [Here follows 7-1/2 pages of the transcript, which narrate the analysis of the U-2 photographs.]