Archive for Government

Embassy of the Russian Federation

August 23, 2003 2 Comments

Embassy of the Russian Federation As long as many Americans can remember, the USSR was a dark and evil enemy that lurked half way around the world, waiting to stamp out our country. But since the change in government, and the dissolution of that country, into smaller units, we have as a world come to appreci... continue reading...

The Supreme Court of the United States

August 13, 2003 No Comments

The Supreme Court of the United States There are three main branches of our government, the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. The Executive is the President, the Legislative is Congress, and the Judicial is the subject of today's Family Site. The Judicial branch of our government is the Supreme Court ... continue reading...

The White House Historical Association

August 6, 2003 No Comments

The White House Historical Association It is one of the most visited houses in our country, if not the world. The occupant changes every few years, but the rent is right for those who live there - free! What place am I talking about? It is the home of the chief executive of our nation, the White House. ... continue reading...

Congressional Medal of Honor Society

June 7, 2003 No Comments

Congressional Medal of Honor Society Yesterday, we visited a website that told about the valor of our soldiers and sailors during a particular military campaign. Today we visit a site that celebrates the members of our armed forces who have been awarded the highest honor that our nation can bestow upon them.... continue reading...

The National D-Day Memorial Foundation

June 6, 2003 2 Comments

The National D-Day Memorial Foundation On this, the 59th anniversary of the invasion that marked the beginning of the end to World War II, FamSite looks at an organization that is helping to not only preserve the memory of that day, but also honor the participants. Called The National D-Day Memorial Fo... continue reading...

The White House Historical Association

May 29, 2003 No Comments

The White House Historical Association It is one of the most visited houses in our country, if not the world. The occupant changes every few years, but the rent is right for those who live there - free! What place am I talking about? It is the home of the chief executive of our nation, the White House. Th... continue reading...

Civil Air Patrol

April 4, 2003 No Comments

Civil Air Patrol Over the past few days we have looked at sites that show the mission of our armed forces in the current conflict in Iraq. But there are other parts of our government that are providing support both at home and abroad for not only their security, but ours as well. We will take a look some of those agencies over the next few days.http://www.capnhq.gov/

Department of Homeland Security

April 3, 2003 No Comments

Department of Homeland Security Over the past few days we have looked at sites that show the mission of our armed forces in the current conflict in Iraq. But there are other parts of our government that are providing support both at home and abroad for not only their security, but ours as well. We will take a look some of those agencies over the next few days.http://www.dhs.gov/dhspublic/

The Federal Bureau of Investigation

April 2, 2003 4 Comments

The Federal Bureau of Investigation Over the past few days we have looked at sites that show the mission of our armed forces in the current conflict in Iraq. But there are other parts of our government that are providing support both at home and abroad for not only their security, but ours as well. We will take a look some of those agencies over the next few days.http://www.fbi.gov/

United States Central Command

April 1, 2003 No Comments

United States Central Command Citizens from more than 80 countries died on September 11th, 2001 � innocent men, women and children from across the globe. Within hours of the tragedy, coalitions involving many nations assembled to fight terrorism � literally hundreds of countries have contributed in a va... continue reading...

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