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A picture of the pilot and his plane from the Soviet Air Force who flew a MIG-25 to Hakodate, Japan, where he landed and requested asylum in the U.S.

REMINDERS OF THE LABORS ON LABOR DAYS PAST FOR U.S. MILITARY

As we celebrate Labor Day weekend, here’s a bit of background on the holiday, how it came to be, and some events that happened on Labor Days throughout history. In the spring of 1894 – and after several years of growing labor unrest across the nation – workers of the Pullman Palace Car Company in […]