Whether they produced battlefield images of the dead or daguerreotype portraits of common soldiers, […]
In 1964 an Ohio woman took up the challenge that had led to Amelia Earhart’s disappearance.
‘Black Snow,’ author James M. Scott spoke to Aviation History magazine on Curtis LeMay and his controversial air tactics.
The EB-66—the Air Force’s only electronic intelligence aircraft in Southeast Asia—ensured the survival of hundreds of American air crews as it mapped and jammed Hanoi’s SAM radars. (Gregory Proch)
The U.S. Military Academy at West Point decided to look to its past for sartorial inspiration.
WWII birthed a competing superpower.
He was Lincoln, Grant and Sherman’s go-to man — but you’ve probably never heard of him.
A detailed look at U.S. leaders’ struggle to finance the Civil War.
Its story centers not on the war itself, but on the unlikely friendship that develops between a swaggering Lt. Tom Hudner and the Navy’s first Black aviator, Ensign Jesse Brown.
Paul Nash’s paintings reveal what soldiers—and the land itself—endured in two world wars.
Was Cal Rodgers the unluckiest record-breaking pilot?
Senior U.S. commanders thought the NVA and Viet Cong were too “primitive” to make deadly use of radio intel. Careless communications cost American lives.