First military engagements of the American Revolutionary War
The battles of Lexington, Concord, near Boston.
The battles marked the outbreak of open armed conflict between the Kingdom of Great Britain and thirteen of its colonies on the mainland of North America.
Arizona becomes 2nd state to legalize suppresors for hunting. March 29, 2012 Governor Jan Brewer signed, House Bill 2728, which grants hunters in Arizona the right to use legally owned suppressors while hunting game animals. With the passage of the law, Arizona became the second state in 2012 to legalize suppressor use while hunting.
oday is National Medal of Honor Day! The first Medals of Honor were presented on March 25, 1863.
To commemorate this date and all Medal of Honor recipients, Congress declared March 25th as National Medal of Honor Day.
The Medal of Honor is reserved for those who have distinguished themselves “conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity.” This National Medal of Honor Day, we remember the courage and selfless sacrifice of those incredible individuals. 3,498 have been awarded the Medal of Honor and today there are 75 Living Recipients of the Medal of Honor.
To learn more about the Medal of Honor, visit the Congressional Medal of Honor Society website: http://www.cmohs.org/