• 1st Sgt. Pascal Cleatus Poolaw Sr Served in Three Wars

    1st Sgt. Pascal Cleatus Poolaw Sr The man you’re looking at is 1st Sgt. Pascal Cleatus Poolaw Sr, a full blooded Kiowa from Anadarko, Oklahoma, who joined the U.S. Army in 1942. His military career and combat experience is beyond remarkable, fighting […]


    • True Story: Native American Women Warriors

      Native True History  http://bit.ly/1Ntg0iT Indian women were not subservient to men, they often engaged in work – such as farming and warfare – which the Europeans viewed as men’s work, they had a voice in the political life of their communities, and […]


      • Joe Medicine Crow

        Joe Medicine Crow Montana  Joe Medicine Crow was born October 27, 1913 on the Crow Indian reservation near Lodge Grass, Montana. One of his grandfather’s, White Man Runs Him, was a scout for George Armstrong Custer before the Battle of the Little Big Horn. […]


        • Happy New Year, Welcome in 2016

            Dear Friends of AIVM, We wish you a HAPPY NEW YEAR…  In 2015, American Indian Veterans Memorial, Inc. started using Social Media as a means to reach out in its quest to promote The Education Center at the Wall. In doing […]


          • Spiritual Kaina

            A kachina (/kəˈtʃiːnə/; also katchina, katcina, or katsina; Hopi: katsina /kətˈsiːnə/, plural katsinim /kətˈsiːnɨm/) is a spirit being in western Pueblo religious beliefs. The western Pueblo, Native American cultures located in the southwestern United States, include Hopi, Zuni, Tewa Village (on the […]


            • Iwo Jima Notable Ira Hayes

                  Ira Hamilton Hayes (January 12, 1923 – January 24, 1955) was a Pima Native American and a United States Marine who was one of the six flag raisers immortalized in the iconic photograph of the flag raising on Iwo Jima […]


              • The Education Center at the Wall video

                The Education Center at the Wall is needed to help us to understand and know the warriors who gave their all for our existence. The follow video are reasons for it to be built.  Click on to the link and then the […]


                • Missing in Action

                    Missing in action (MIA) is a casualty classification assigned to armed services personnel and other combatants who are reported missing during wartime. They may have been killed, wounded, become a prisoner of war, or deserted. If deceased, neither their remains nor […]


                  • US ARMY’s Eyes and Ears – The Apache

                    Apache Scouts were Eyes and Ear of US ARMY  The Apache Scouts were part of the United States Army Indian Scouts, most of their service was during the Apache Wars up to 1886 though the last scout retired in 1947. The Apache […]


                    • World War II Native American

                      Dan Waupoose, a Menominee chief, training at Algiers, Louisiana, on August 24, 1943.  As many as 25,000 Native Americans actively fought in World War II: 21,767 in the Army, 1,910 in the Navy, 874 in the Marines, 121 in the Coast Guard, […]