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We Honor and Remember


Oneida Members have proudly served as members of the military not only on behalf of their Nation, but on behalf of the United States of America. From the bloody battlefield at Oriskany during the Revolutionary War to the current conflict in Iraq, Oneidas have stepped up to the challenge of protecting democracy and promoting peace.

“I often wish that I could look back through time and hear the words of my ancestors as they sat around the council fires deliberating on whether to join the colonists in battle,” Keller George, Wolf Clan Council Member, said. George is retired from the U.S. Air Force and served in the Korean Conflict. “I wish I could listen to the wisdom of their arguments to join the United States and become its first allies."

*THIS PAGE IS IN HONOR OF ALL THOSE WHO SERVED*
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