VFW Magazine Remembers USS Liberty 50th Anniversary of Attack

The Veterans of Foreign Wars remembers the USS Liberty’s 50th anniversary of the attack on our ship with an article in their August, 2017 issue of VFW Magazine. With a plethora of VFW resolutions concerning the USS Liberty this is consistent with a decades-long effort by the VFW to support our call for a complete …

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Mitchell Bard, “I’m just the messenger.”

No, Mitchell. You’re not “just the messenger.” You’re a liar and propagandist. by Joe Meadors Mitchell Bard, Executive Director and Curator of AICE and author of “Myths & Facts: A Guide to the Arab-Israeli Conflict” has thrown Jay Cristol under the bus. With the 2002 publication of “The Liberty Incident” by Bankruptcy Judge A. Jay …

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The Makings of History / Myth vs. Plot [Annotated]

Over the years, various pieces of evidence have emerged that seem to support Israel’s claim that the USS Liberty was fired on by mistake in 1967. However, a number of questions still hover over the affair, and these nourish the conspiracy theories. by Tom Segev Feb. 17, 2012 Updated: Feb. 19, 2012 [Editor’s Note: This is …

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‘But Sir, It’s an American Ship.’ ‘Never Mind, Hit Her!’ When Israel Attacked USS Liberty [Annotated]

No piece of evidence that can overcome an analysis of the actions of the Israeli military during the prosecution of their attack on the USS Liberty. Actions speak louder than words.

The Spy Ship Left Out in the Cold

The Spy Ship Left Out in the Cold A half-century after one of history’s most controversial attacks on a U.S. Navy ship, the wounds from the Liberty incident remain unhealed. by James M. Scott June 2017 Naval History Magazine Volume 31, Number 3 The 8th of June this year will mark the 50th anniversary of …

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Sinking Liberty

Who will write the final chapter on Israel’s 1967 confrontation with the U.S. Navy? By Philip Giraldi The attack on the USS Liberty by Israeli warplanes and torpedo boats on June 8, 1967 has almost faded from memory, but new evidence suggests that the White House might actually have had prior knowledge that the ship would be …

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Oath of Enlistment. No Expiration Date-But There IS an Exception

Merriam-Webster defines Oath as “a solemn usually formal calling upon God or a god to witness to the truth of what one says or to witness that one sincerely intends to do what one says” and “a solemn attestation of the truth or inviolability of one’s words” by Joe Meadors Oaths are administered to both …

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The Uniform Code of Military Justice: Not Uniformly Applied

Legal Definition of Uniform Code of Military Justice: “body of laws containing the substantive and procedural law that governs members of the armed services and the military courts.” by Joe Meadors The Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) is the legal code all members of the Armed Forces operate under. If they want to. The same …

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