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         Asian-american Military:     more books (100)
  1. Asian Americans in the United States Military: Japanese American service in World War II, Tammy Duckworth, Military history of Asian Americans
  2. Asian American History: Military History of Asian Americans, Ronald Takaki, Him Mark Lai, Asiatic Exclusion League, Ruthanne Lum Mccunn, Rho Psi
  3. Maoist military doctrines (Reprint -- American-Asian Educational Exchange) by Ralph L Powell, 1968
  4. Northeast asian regional security: Keeping the calm (A role of American military power monograph) by John H Tilelli, 2002
  5. REVUE INTERNATIONALE D'HISTOIRE MILITAIRE. NO. 39 - 1978 [ITALIAN MILITARY AND NAVAL HISTORY]; NO. 43 - 1979 [GERMAN MILITARY HISTORY]; NO. 53 - 1982 [SCANDINAVIAN MILITARY HISTORY]; NO. 58 - 1984 [DUTCH MILITARY AND NAVAL HISTORY]; NO. 59 - 1985 [RUSSIAN MILITARY HISTORY]; NO. 69 - 1990 [THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION AND THE MILITARY]; NO. 70 - 1988 [ASIAN MILITARY HISTORY]. by Commission Internationale D'Histoire Militaire.,
  6. Soldiers of Conscience: Japanese American Military Resisters in World War II by Shirley Castelnuovo, 2010-06-01
  7. American Paper Son: A CHINESE IMMIGRANT IN THE MIDWEST (Asian American Experience) by Wayne Hung Wong, 2005-11-14
  8. A Different Battle: Stories of Asian Pacific American Veterans
  9. Medic: The Mission of an American Military Doctor in Occupied Japan and Wartorn Korea (East Gate Book) by Crawford F. Sams, Zabelle Zakarian, 1998-05
  10. Voices from the Vietnam War: Stories from American, Asian, and Russian Veterans by Xiaobing Li, 2010-05-07
  11. The Right to Fight: A History of African Americans in the Military by Gerald Astor, 2001-04-24
  12. Black Yanks in the Pacific: Race in the Making of American Military Empire after World War II (The United States in the World) by Michael Cullen Green, 2010-10-14
  13. Storied Lives: Japanese American Students and World War II (The Scott and Laurie Oki Series in Asian American Studies) by Gary Y. Okihiro, Leslie A. Ito, 1999-04
  14. Paper Son: One Man's Story (Asian American History & Cultu) by Tung Chin, 2000-10-09

1. Asian American Military Service
22 Asian Americans Inducted into Hall of Heroes Here is a story about the induction of 22 Asian Americans into the Hall of Heroes. Learn about the awards and what what
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Asian -American Military Service Home Afro-American resources African-Americans Military African-Americans Notable People African Americans: By Region, State and Locality Black History Month ... Underground Railroad/Harriet Tubman Hispanic, Latino-American Resources Civil Rights Latino-American General Resources Hispanic Heritage Month Is it Hispanic or Latino? ... Latino-American Regional Information Some Specific Latino-American Cultures Cuban American Mexican-American Puerto Rican Asian-American Resources
Asian-American General Resources Asian American Civil Rights Asian-American Military Service Asian-American Notable People Some Specific Asian-American Cultures Cambodian-American Chinese-American Filipino-American Hmong-American ... 22 Asian Americans Inducted into Hall of Heroes Here is a story about the induction of 22 Asian Americans into the Hall of Heroes. Learn about the awards and what what President Clinton had to say about the inductees. - illustrated - From defenselink.mil/news - http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Jun2000/n06282000_20006282.html

2. U.S. Census Statistics For Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month 2007
The number of singlerace Asian-American military veterans. About one in three was 65 and older. (Source 2005 American Community Survey)
http://www.imdiversity.com/villages/asian/reference/census_asian_pacific_america

3. Military History Of Asian Americans - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
As of 2009, Trinidad has been the only Asian American to be awarded with the naval version of the Medal of Honor. Early Asian American Military Academy graduates
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Military history of Asian Americans
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Asian Americans have fought on behalf of the United States since the War of 1812 until today. Due to the small population of Asian Americans in the 19th Century their contributions were not heavily recorded. In the 20th Century as the population of Asian Americans have increased contributions and documentation of their contributions have increased in kind.
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      Map of Battle of New Orleans The first recorded history of Asian Americans fighting on behalf of the United States was recorded as far back as 1815 when General Andrew Jackson recorded "Manilamen" had fought alongside his in defense of New Orleans , under the command of Jean Baptiste Lafitte After this Asian Americans were not recorded in the annuls of U.S. Military History until the American Civil War when in 1861 a Chinese American by the name of John Tomney joined the New York Infantry eventually dying of wounds received at the Battle of Gettysburg Joseph Pierce (his chosen name) was brought to the United States from China by his adoptive father, Connecticut ship Captain Amos Peck. Pierce enlisted on July 26, 1862 and was mustered into the Fourteenth Regiment, Company F of the Connecticut Volunteer Infantry that became part of the Second Brigade of the Third Division, Second Army Corps of the Army of the Potomac. From 1862 to 1865, Pierce unknowingly participated in what turned out to be many of the pivotal military events of the war, fighting in the major campaigns from Antietam to Gettysburg to Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House.

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5. Asian Pacific American Military Timetime
Asian/Pacific American Military Timeline Sent to CHCP for Memorial Day, 1999 by Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute. By Rudi Williams
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American Forces Information Service Until World War II, there had been little effort to document their contributions to United States history and culture. The following is an extract of significant dates in Asian Pacific American contributions to DoD and the nation that were compiled by Robert L. Worden of the Library of Congress for a calendar produced by the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute: January 1-1969: Japanese American Army Staff Sgt. Rodney James Tadashi Yano earns posthumous Medal of Honor for heroism in Vietnam. 4-1913: Yonosuke Enouye dies; was an early Japanese American graduate of U.S. Naval Academy, Class of 1891. 6-1916: Korean American Army Lt. Col. Herbert Choy born; becomes first Asian American named to federal court (U.S. Ninth Circuit Court, 1971). 16-1942: Army Sgt. Jose Calugas, a Filipino, earns Medal of Honor for heroism in the Philippines during World War II.

6. KEC Journal: Yoroshiku
Serving from 1999 to 2003, Army General Eric Shinseki of Hawaii became the first Asian American military chief of staff. The Nisei Japanese Americans (二世 pronounced Neesay
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Yoroshiku
A student asked me, "How do you say 'Yoroshiku onegaishimasu' in English?" I answered, "There's no such expression in English." "Yoroshiku onegaishimasu" literally means something like "I humbly ask you to be kind to me", but it has ambiguous yet good connotations. Quite Japanese , but this phrase implies your respect and politeness to the people you meet, your good will and determination. It is frequently used when meeting people for the first time, or joining a group. When you are introduced to a person/persons, and say "Yoroshiku onegaishimasu", it can be "Nice to meet you." If you entered my school (wow) and said so, it could be "I'll do my best, so please give me good teaching." To a new business partner, it means "Looking forward to doing business with you." Depending on the situations, it could mean "Please remember me," "Please take care of it," "I'll leave it to you," "Hope we can get along well," "You'll be sorry,"(?)... "Please say yoroshiku to Jim." is "Please say hello to Jim." ("Yoroshiku" only is a more casual form.) Don't you think it's a very convenient expression? Ambiguity is often the name of the game in Japan. And that could come as a difficulty in learning English.

7. Asianamericans
Library Guides Ethnic Studies Asian American Peoples. Developed by Connie Fly, Librarian. This guide will help you in your journey of discovery for information on your topic.
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Library Guides: Ethnic Studies
Asian American Peoples
Developed by Connie Fly, Librarian This guide will help you in your journey of discovery for information on your topic. In addition to the Reference Books, Internet Sites and Periodicals listed below the COS Library has a large number of books that you can check out. An HSI/Listo grant purchased books for the library on your topic which you can check out. Please look for additional books by using our online catalog Places to Start Biography Health History Military Service Periodicals Religion Sports Statistics Places to Start Reference Books
  • American Immigrant Cultures; Builders of a Nation (2 volumes) - Call # R 305.8 A512 Asian American Encyclopedia - Call # R 973.0495 A832 Encyclopedia of American Social History - Call # R 301.0973 En56 The Encyclopedia of Civil Rights in America (3 volumes) R #323.1 En56 Encyclopedia of Social and Cultural Anthropology - Call # R 306.03 En56 Gale Encyclopedia of Multicultural America (2 volumes) Call # R 305.8 G151 Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups - Call # R 973.04 H339

8. 14 Important Statistics About Asian Americans : Asian-Nation :: Asian American H
The number of AsianAmerican military veterans. 47% The proportion of employed Asians 16 and older who work in management, professional and related occupations, such as financial
http://www.asian-nation.org/14-statistics.shtml

9. Asian American Veterans
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10. Asian Pacific American Heritage Month May 2004 “Freedom For
According to historical records, AsianAmerican military service dates back to the 19th century. Numerous Asian-Americans served in the U.S. military during World War I
http://www.hrojax.navy.mil/forms/Asian_Pacific_Month04.pps

11. Asian American - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Asian Americans are Americans of Asian descent. The most commonly used definition of Asian American is the U.S. Census Bureau definition of Asian, which includes individuals of East
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asian_American
Asian American
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article lacks historical information on the subject . Please help to add historical material to help counter systemic bias towards recent information. (March 2010) Asian American
Notable Asian Americans

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Anna May Wong
Eleanor Mariano ... Areeya Chumsai Total population Asian Americans
5.2% of U.S. population
(2009 estimate) Regions with significant populations Predominantly in Hawaii West Coast Northeast Languages Commonly Asian languages and English Religion Agnosticism Atheism Buddhism Christianity ...
East Asian religions
, other Indian religions , and others Asian Americans are Americans of Asian descent . The most commonly used definition of Asian American is the U.S. Census Bureau definition of Asian , which includes individuals of East Asian South Asian , and Southeast Asian origin. The term Asian American was used informally by activists in the 1960s who sought an alternative to the term Oriental , arguing that the latter was derogatory and colonialist . Formal usage was introduced by academics in the early 1970s, notably by historian

12. SURFOR Represents Navy At FAPAC Conference
The panel included AsianAmerican military leaders for captains to rear admirals offering advice and answering question on how they personally succeeded in the DoD.
http://www.navy.mil/search/print.asp?story_id=38605&VIRIN=&imagetype=0&a

13. KQED Heritage Months | KQED Public Media For Northern CA
KQED celebrates the diversity of our community with a special lineup of programs during these Months Black History, Women's History, Asian Pacific American Heritage, Lesbian Gay
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14. History Of U.S. Military Interventions Since 1890
ZOLT N GROSSMAN. Faculty member in Geography and Native American Studies, The Evergreen State College. Lab 1, Room 3012, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy. NW,
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FROM WOUNDED KNEE TO IRAQ: A CENTURY OF U.S. MILITARY INTERVENTIONS by Dr. Zoltan Grossman The following is a partial list of U.S. military interventions from 1890 to 2010. Below the list is a Briefing on the History of U.S. Military Interventions The list and briefing are also available as a powerpoint presentation This guide does not include:
  • mobilizations of the National Guard
  • offshore shows of naval strength
  • reinforcements of embassy personnel
  • the use of non-Defense Department personnel (such as the Drug Enforcement Administration)
  • military exercises
  • non-combat mobilizations (such as replacing postal strikers)
  • the permanent stationing of armed forces
  • covert actions where the U.S. did not play a command and control role
  • the use of small hostage rescue units
  • most uses of proxy troops
  • U.S. piloting of foreign warplanes

15. Asian Americans According To The U S Census Bureau Free Essays 1 - 30
reporters and correspondents; and 200 legislators. 351,000 The number of Asian American military veterans. There are 57,000 veterans who are of native Hawaiian
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  • 16. Facts For Features Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, May 2005
    Serving Our Nation 276,000 The number of AsianAmerican military veterans (Table P056D). Age Distribution Twenty-six percent of people identifying themselves as either Asian or Asian
    http://www.census.gov/newsroom/releases/pdf/cb05-ff06-2.pdf

    17. Gus Lee | The Most Inspiring Asian Americans Of All Time | Asian American Person
    The Most Inspiring Asian Americans of All Time Asian American Personalities GoldSea
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    18. Famous Firsts By American Women, 1587–1900 — Infoplease.com
    Major milestones achieved by women throughout history Famous Firsts by American Women, 1587–1900. Here is a timeline about famous firsts by American women.
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    19. VHP Chronicles Unique Wartime Contributions - The Library Today (Library Of Cong
    The Library of Congress Veterans History Project, a program of the American Folklife Center, will celebrate Asian Pacific American (APA) Heritage Month throughout May. Eight fully
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    Veterans History Project Chronicles Unique Wartime Contributions During Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
    The Library of Congress Veterans History Project, a program of the American Folklife Center, will celebrate Asian Pacific American (APA) Heritage Month throughout May. Eight fully digitized collections of Asian Pacific American veterans will be added to the "Experiencing War" Web series on May 1. The new series includes eight stories from World War II and the Korean, Vietnam and Iraq Wars, with special emphasis on the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, the "Go for Broke" outfit of Japanese-Americans who fought valiantly in Europe during World War II. Learn more at

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