This Week In History

 
March 02, 2002 – U.S. and Afghan forces launched an offensive, Operation Anaconda, on al-Qaeda and Taliban forces entrenched in the mountains of Shahi-Kot southeast of Gardez.
 
March 03, 1931 -President Herbert Hoover signs a congressional act making “The Star-Spangled Banner” the official national anthem of the United States.
 
March 04, 1789 - The first session of the U.S. Congress is held in New York City as the U.S. Constitution takes effect. 
 
March 05, 1836–Samuel Colt manufactured the 1st pistol, a 34-caliber “Texas” model. 
 
March 06, 2011 - United States Navy commandos from the destroyer USS Bulkeley capture four Somali pirates who boarded the Japanese oil tanker, the MV Guanabara. 
 
March 07, 1918 - President Wilson authorized the Army’s Distinguished Service Medal. 
 
March 08, 1965 -The USS Henrico, Union, and Vancouver, carrying the 9th Marine Expeditionary Brigade under Brig. Gen. Frederick J. Karch, take up stations 4,000 yards off Red Beach Two, north of Da Nang

 

 

 

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