Cpl Norman Swaney of the 502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment talks about parachuting into occupied France on D-Day, June 6, 1944.
Sgt Jack Lloyd describes the tension of approaching Normandy and landing on Omaha beach on D-Day, June 6, 1944.
Mary Roach, author of 'Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War', explains one of the more peculiar machines associated with weapons of war.
Rev Chris Antal says he quit the army after witnessing practices and policies regarding the use of drones in warfare that went against his personal beliefs.
Audio: Iraq War Vet On The Battle Against ISIS- Long-Term Strategy Or Just More Infighting Between Factions?
Col. Tony Deane, US Army, (Ret), author of 'Ramadi Declassified' talks about the latest steps in ongoing fighting in Iraq and the history of the fight.
Albert Henderson, a veteran of World War II, describes his experiences in the Pacific, fighting in the Philippine Islands, and the Kamikaze.
Colonel Mitchell Paige describes the night of October 26, 1942 during World War II when he single-handedly held off a Japanese attack.
During World War II, Germans would wear Allied uniforms and sneak behind enemy lines. Edward Shames describes how he and his men were instructed to force these Germans to reveal information.
During the Battle of Midway of World War II, two injured sailors left aboard the abandoned USS Yorktown manage to get rescued.
A World War II veteran, Jimmy Weldon describes clearing minefields and the horrors he encountered when liberating the Buchenwald Concentration Camp.
Drawing from his father's advice and experience, Charlie Wadhams explains why he joined the Navy in World War II.
Charlie Wadhams, a World War II Navy veteran, describes the similarities in amphibious training with the Navy SEALs.
A World War II Navy veteran, Donald Nusom, describes his job, the mechanics of the USS Franklin, and how the aircraft carrier was eventually damaged in 1945.
Jimmy Weldon, a World War II veteran recalls his feelings when he heard about the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Richard Launder, a pilot in the Pacific during World War II, recalls landing in Japanese territory by accident after mistaking a Balinese airbase for a Javanese airbase.
Colonel Jimmie Kanaya, a combat medic in the the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, describes treating six wounded soldiers while under fire during World War II.