A handful of critical decisions altered the course of the 1862 Seven Days Campaign
One of the first carrier-based aircraft featured a space-saving folding fuselage and inflatable flotation devices in the event the pilot had to ditch.
“It was horrifying," David Dushman recalled. "We threw all of our canned food at them and drove on quickly, to keep chasing the fascists"
Of the multiple early explorers who claimed to have reached the North Pole, only the crew of the airship Norge definitively achieved their goal
The 'slow but deadly' Douglas SBD dive bomber employed 1930s technology and tactics to turn the tide in the Pacific War
Josef Sibille of the Wehrmacht told his battalion commander in 1941 that neither he nor anyone in his company would kill any Jews
It took a sailor, a schoolboy and survivors more than half a century to disperse the cloud hanging over the sinking of the heavy cruiser
In 1927, on the heels of Lindbergh’s transatlantic success, two Midwesterners attempted to fly around the world in a single-engine Stinson
Woodadge will be broadcasting live on June 6 and 7 from the Normandy beaches for the anniversary of the D-Day invasion—Operation Overlord
Gotham lurches from crisis to crisis, but sorry, Jerry Ford, it hasn't dropped dead yet
Jim Motavalli profiles more than a dozen of the baddest badmen of the Old West