APUS institutional history, as shown through archival records, is a symbol of pride and belonging to alumni, current students, staff, faculty, and friends. To celebrate and highlight the institution’s past and growth, the APUS Archives will curate and present exhibits to showcase interesting and valued items.
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Corporal Henry Vasquez, Afghanistan & Iraq War Veteran
Henry Vasquez was born in Bolivia and immigrated with his family to the United States when he was a child. Grateful to his adoptive country for the…
Dr. Leonard Smith, Gold Star Father
Doctor Leonard Smith is the father of David Smith, a Sergeant in the Marine Corps and veteran of Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. On…
Kristen Smith, Gold Star Sister
Kristen Smith was born in Washington, D.C., exactly two years apart from her brother, David Smith. The two enjoyed a close relationship through their…
20th Century Military History
For America, the 20th Century saw a remarkable amount of military involvement from its reluctant entrance to the First World...
Oral History Collection
The APUS History Department in conjunction with the Trefry Archives are proud to present a series of oral histories conducted by APUS students with…
An image of Chinese and North Korean prisoners of war in a Korean War POW camp.