These 10 aviation tales prove that sometimes truth really is stranger than fiction.
It was a fight of unspeakable horror—one Captain Ben L. Salomon seemed to have trained for his whole life.
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Find out what drove Eastern Roman Emperor Flavius Valens to defeat and how the Goth became the "arbiter of war," heralding the rise of medieval knights.
The Corps of Engineers now manages over 8,000,000 acres of land in the U.S. It also owns, rather unintentionally, an enormous collection of fossils and one of the most intact Tyrannosaurus rex skeletons to ever be found.
Dwight Hal Johnson’s decision to risk his life for his friends in Vietnam earned him the Medal of Honor and left him struggling with PTSD.