I was interviewed by Joan Fragaszy a historian working at the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University (http://chnm.gmu.edu/) they are very interested in digital historical works, including people writing history on Wikipedia.
I have also the honor of being mentioned in "El Boricua", in the website's news page for my article on Emilio R. Esteves.
On September 2005, I was named Editor of the Puerto Rican Military History Channel of "El Boricua" a monthly cultural magazine.
On May 2006, ASPIRA Institute of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture linked my User Page to their Famous Puertoricans biography section.
On August 1, 2006, President George W. Bush signed Public Law 109-253 which contains the biography of Dr. Jose Celso Barbosa, which I wrote.
On August 6, 2006, I received this e-mail "I also will be letting my listeners know about you and your site on sunday On WCLM AM radio in Richmond, Virginia"
On September 7, 2006, an article in the newspaper "Claridad" of Puerto Rico stated that "I am the Puerto Rican who has made the most contributions to Wikipedia"
On September 8, 2006, the President of the Puerto Rican Senate, Senator McClintock invited me for the unveiling of a monument on Memorial Day of 2007, as a result of my work in Wikipedia.
On October 27, 2006, I received an e-mail from the office of United States Congressman Jose Serrano, congratulating me on my work in Wikipedia stating that I should get in "touch" with them.
I was invited to and attended the reunion of the families of William Knouts and David M. Gonzales, recipient of the Medal of Honor, on Memorial Day of 2007 in Powder Springs, Georgia. I helped the Kouts family find the Gonzales family bringing to an end 62 years of searching. I was featured in the Arizona Republic .
On Memorial Day 2007, I was also honored in a speech by the President of the Puerto Rican Senate, the Honorable Kenneth McClintock for my work about Puerto Rico in Wikipedia.
On November 28, 2007, The Senate of Puerto Rico paid me a tribute and I was honored by the Senate of Puerto Rico with a Resolution # 3603 in recognition of my work on behalf of Puerto Rico in Wikipedia. The President of the Puerto Rican Senate, Honorable Kenneth McClintock presented me with the resolution..
On January 30, 2008, I was featured in an article in the Phoenix Republic titled "Author details contributions of Puerto Ricans"
On March 12,2008, I was named the Official Historian of the "Association of Naval Service Officers"
On May 26, 2008, I was publicly recognized by the Government of Puerto Rico as a Historian who has written the biographies of prominent Puerto Ricans who have served in the military. Also, present in my recognition was the former President of the United States Bill Clinton and his wife, New York State Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton. Brigadier General Hector E. Pagan, the Deputy Commanding General of the United States Army Special Warfare Center and School, presented me with a medal of excellence.
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