“I was looking for any way for my family to know I was alive," Dewey Wayne Waddell recalled
Editor David Thomas presents Vol. 6 of papers related to the shocking 1896 murders of New Mexico attorney Fountain and his young son
Actually, North Vietnam had several motives, some rarely discussed in the literature of the war.
“In rough seas, it was really a clambake, with ships all over the place," recalls Douglas Burgess, who served on destroyer escort USS Brough during the Battle of the Atlantic.
U.S. Navy aircrews and recruiters loved the Grumman F-14 Tomcat, but a careful review of its record suggests the Top Gun mount wasn’t all it was cranked up to be.
Decades of armed conflict in Afghanistan have transformed the iconography of one of the country’s traditional art forms
Are you a glow-worm?
Allied special forces units in far-flung theaters pioneered air evacuation of wounded in World War II, providing a needed boost to the men’s morale.
A new history of the Cuban Missile Crisis distills 60 years of official and secret narratives about the world's scariest moment
Coolidge received the Medal of Honor on June 18, 1945