In January of the year 2000, I launched a discussion board called the WWII Forums. Originally the site was created as a place for me and a few college friends to share our mutual interest in the Second World War. The years since then have been an exciting and educational experience for us all, and during this time we've seen a great deal of activity. Today, with this very post we pass the 100,000 post count here on the WWII Forums! I would like to thank all of you for participating in this forum and for helping us to reach this new milestone. Whether you are a recent member or a long time participant, I want you all to know that I've enjoyed reading your posts and following your research, and I hope to continue creating new milestones well into the future, including the very rapid approach of the re-launch of the WWII Network! To the dedicated administrators and moderators such as Kai-Petri, Martin Bull, Stefan, Mahross, Erich, Deep Web Diver, & the others: Congratulations and a hearty "Thank You!" I truly couldn’t have done it without you. To the old-timers: Thanks for hanging in there and for sharing your views. Your intelligent discussion and debate made this place what it is today. To the new recruits: Welcome, make yourself at home, and don't hesitate to mix it up a bit. We’ll see you at 1,000,000.