The backstory to victory on D-Day
Admiral William "Bull" Halsey was a tough talker and a fighter, but was also a deeply flawed commander.
A trip to Omaha Beach with the West Point cadets leads to an insight about the art of command.
The Curtiss SB2C was the most heavily produced dive bomber in history, but it did not represent much of an improvement over the Douglas SBD Dauntless it was designed to replace.
During his time on the tiny PC-1225, Louis Hyde participated in the most momentous event of World War II.
John Wood's swashbucklers set out to seize a Union fleet.
In the summer of 1942, German submarines put saboteurs ashore on American beaches.
A series of top-secret Japanese submarine missions could have altered the course of World War II.
It was the second atomic bomb, dropped on Nagasaki, that induced the Japanese to surrender.
Operation Chromite -- the September 1950 amphibious landings at Inchon -- rehabilitated the U.S. military's tarnished post-World War II image.
The Battle Of Okinawa During WWII. Also Known As Operation Iceberg, This Article Gives A Summary, Facts, Pictures & Casualties From Okinawa Battle.
Without the presence of the U.S. Navy's 4th Beach Battalion on the fire-swept beaches of Salerno, Operation Avalanche might well have failed.
For a week in December 1941, Japanese submarines prowled the U.S. Pacific coastline, searching for merchant ships to sink.
In Vietnam's Mekong Delta, Navy SEALs were the military's 'eyes and ears,' providing vital intelligence on enemy operations.
Faced with impending disaster, the captain of the submarine HMS Seal was forced to choose between surrendering or going down with his ship.
A German submarine became the first enemy vessel captured on the high seas by the U.S. Navy since the War of 1812. Hans Goebeler survived the ordeal aboard the U-boat.