Readers' letters in the January 2015 issue of Military History sound off about American preparedness in the early months of the Korean War and the Lend-Lease program during World War II.
Neil Armstrong’s flying career nearly ended soon after it started, when he was forced to eject from his F9F Panther over Korea.
Setting down on a carrier is difficult under the best conditions—but next to impossible if you can’t see.
A review of Sheila Miyoshi Jager's new book
July 27, 2013, marks the 60th anniversary of the negotiated armistice that ended hostilities in the Korean War, a war that began June 25, 1950, when communist North Korea invaded democratic South Korea. It...
Wounded veterans continue to serve comrades and country in the Military Order of the Purple Heart
Many words and phrases used in the Korean War were first used in the World Wars
The French 75 made its mark in 1914 at First Marne, then echoed around the world in various versions.
In tribute to Command Sgt. Maj. Basil Plumley, who died in October 2012, journalist Joe Galloway reflects on the three-war career of Plumley, with whom he forged a deep bond during the desperate 1965 fighting at Ia Drang
Into the Breach at Pusan, by Kenneth W. Estes, relates the remarkable Korean War performance of the 1st Provisional Marine Brigade, clearing up several myths along the way.
The Hunters, the American writer James Salter’s debut novel from 1956, tells the story of an aging fighter pilot’s unnerving first tour of duty in the Korean War. A spry 233 pages (in the...
Fox talks about his quest to command a rifle company in I Corps in 1969, almost 20 years since he'd served in Korea
In August 1945 MacArthur arrived in postwar Japan, tasked with the job of rebuilding that defeated nation
Used primarily for search and rescue in the Korean War's early days, choppers had become an essential battlefield tool by the conflict's end.
How different was the Korean War U.S. Army from the World War II model? Not as much as you might think.