U.S. Veterans Project Library

Our Legacy to the USA
U.S. Veterans Project Library
9/11 Memorial & Museum 20th Anniversary
The 9/11 Memorial & Museum is the country’s principal institution concerned with exploring 9/11, documenting ...Read More
BUSeum Tour stops in Fort Atkinson
Thursday, July 15 from 3 to 7 p.m. Jones Park Shelter near the corner of ...Read More
First to Down a German Aircraft in WWI Air Combat
U.S. Air Force Museum constructed on the site of former Wright Field in Dayton, Ohio. ...Read More
Stan Van Hoose Celebrates 100th Birthday
Read the article on the Beloit Daily News website about Stan Van Hoose celebrating his ...Read More

Mission Statement

To provide military families , relatives, friends and community citizens a complete library on Military Affairs. This compilation of materials (history books, applications, training manuals, etc.,) from the Revolutionary War to Present. We include books written by Veterans, War College and Presidio editorials on Specialized Training.


Our Goal

To familiarize/educate our communities and military families. This will be accomplished through our Statewide and National Public Library Systems.

A Pilot Program is activated at The Dwight Foster Public Library located at 209 Merchants Ave. Fort Atkinson, WI 53538.

front of Dwight Foster Public Library
The Dwight Foster Public Library in Fort Atkinson, WI

Soon our project will be expanding to The Hedberg Public Library located at 316 S. Main Street Janesville, WI 53545.

image of The Hedberg Public Library
The Hedberg Public Library in Janesville, WI

Featured Authors

Craig Grossi
Craig & Fred: A Marine, A Stray Dog, and How They Rescued Each Other The uplifting and unforgettable true story of a US Marine, the stray dog he met on an Afghan battlefield, and how ...Read More
Tim Brady
Three Ordinary Girls: The Remarkable Story of Three Dutch Teenagers Who Became Spies, Saboteurs, Nazi Assassins--and WWII Heroes The astonishing true story of three fearless female resisters during WWII whose youth and innocence belied their ...Read More
NMAI (Author), Kevin Gover (Afterword), Ben Nighthorse Campbell (Foreword), Jefferson Keel (Foreword), Debra A. Haaland (Contributor)
Why We Serve: Native Americans in the United States Armed Forces Rare stories from more than 250 years of Native Americans' service in the military Why We Serve commemorates the 2020 opening of the National ...Read More
Michelle Black
Sacrifice: A Gold Star Widow's Fight for the Truth The shocking and affecting memoir from a gold-star widow searching for the truth behind her Green Beret husband's death, this book bears witness to the true ...Read More

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A Toast To The Flag

John J. Daly (1917)

Here’s to the red of it—There’s not a thread of it, No, nor a shred of it, In all the spread of it, From foot to head, But heroes bled for it, Faced steel and lead for it, Precious blood shed for it, Bathing it Red!

Here’s to the white of it—Thrilled by the sight of it, Who knows the right of it, But feels the might of it, Through day and night? Womanhood’s care for it, Made manhood dare for it, Purity’s prayer for it, Keeps it so white!

Here’s to the blue of it—Beauteous view of it, Heavenly hue of it, Star-spangled dew of it, Constant and true; Diadem gleam for it, States stand supreme for it, Liberty’s beam for it, Brightens the blue!

Here’s to the whole of it—Stars, stripes and pole of it, Body and soul of it, O, and the roll of it, Sun shining through; Hearts in accord for it, Swear by the sword for it, Thanking the Lord for it, Red White and Blue!

Information about The Pledge Of Allegiance.


May we think of freedom, not as the right to do as we please, but as the opportunity to do what is right.

Peter Marshall

Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.

Confucius

The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional to how they perceive the Veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated by their nation.

George Washington

How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.

Anne Frank