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U. S. Military Cross Gallery

"From Arlington Cemetery in the nation's capital to every military cemetery in the country, white crosses are used to commemorate those who died in the service of their country.  The cross is a historic symbol of the price of freedom."
                                                        - Dr. Tim LaHaye

DSC Medal
U.S. Military Medals
Chaplain Charles Watters
Chaplain Charles Watters
Captain Joseph T. O'Callahan
Captain Joseph T. O'Callahan
69th New York Militia
69th New York Militia
Battle of Perryville, KY
Battle of Perryville, KY
Little Bighorn
Little Bighorn
WWI Cemetery
WWI - Cemeteries
Sailors at religious service
Sailors at religious service
Mass for Marines at Saipan
Mass for Marines at Saipan
WWII Grave Site - France
WWII - Europe
U.S. Military Cemeteries
U.S. Military Cemeteries
WWII POW Grave Site
WWII POW Grave Site
Sailors at WWII Cemetery
Sailors at WWII Cemetery
Korean War
Korean War
Photos by Theodor Horydczak
Photos by Theodor Horydczak
Captain Stella Sellers
Captain Stella Sellers
Chaplain (COL) Harold T. Carlson
Fort Rucker, AL
Camp O'Donnell Memorial Monument.
Camp O'Donnell
Monument
Photo by Norris McElroy.
Peleliu 1944
USS SOUTH DAKOTA.
USS SOUTH
DAKOTA
Photo by Bob Smith.
Vietnam
Soldier's Grave
Photo by Tom Sherlock.
Columbarium
Chaplain Harold Prudell.
Soldier's
Confession
Chaplain John Lindvall.
Religious
Services - Korea
Arlington National Cemetery.
USMC
Body Bearers

 


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Credits:
Dr. Tim LaHaye excerpt from, POWER OF THE CROSS İ1998 by Tim LaHaye.  Published by Multnomah Publishers, Inc (ISBN 1-57673-212-6).  From Chapter 5, "Homegrown Hostility To The Cross," pp. 65-66.  Used by permission of Tim LayHaye Ministries, Gareld Murphy - Executive Director.  Excerpt may not be reproduced without prior written permission of Tim LaHaye Ministries.
Tim LaHaye Ministries, P.O. Box 21796, El Cajon, CA 92021 - http://www.timlahaye.com/

Multnomah Publishers, Inc.  P.O. Box 1720, Sisters, Oregon 97759 - http://www.multnomahbooks.com/

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