America’s history REALLY began in Jamestown, VA

If you paid attention to history classes, you’d know that the Pilgrims landing at Plymouth Rock on a cold Thanksgiving wasn’t the first to land in America. So that whole Plymouth Rock theory…yea…well. But don’t take our word for it, dust off the American History books and see for yourself. For those who don’t believe it, we’re here to set the record straight.

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Appomattox Court House National Historic Park – Virginia

In the first three weeks in May 2016, we anchored down at USNWS (U.S. Naval Weapons Station) Cheatham Annex near Williamsburg, Virginia.  This liberty port was two-fold. First, for visiting friends, family and shipmates; some even 250 miles away. Second, to learn a bit of our Nation’s history at Appomattox Court House.
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9/11 Pentagon Memorial

One of the most-remembered memorials in Washington D.C., for us, was the 9/11 Pentagon Memorial.  From a distance, we could tell where the American Airlines Flight 77 had made impact simply because of the new masonry.  All other evidence was nonexistent except for the Memorial benches below.  Once we arrived at the memorial, the feeling was like none other.

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