Aiming to illuminate an invisible combat injury, a groundbreaking film became a casualty itself
A conversation with Dick Cole who copiloted the lead B-25 with Doolittle in the famous 1942 raid...
Among U.S. Navy Admiral Bill "Bull" Halsey's Third Fleet, two captains struggle to control their ships whilst in the eye of a whiplashing storm
In acts of shocking brutality, Japanese soldiers and marines massacred tens of thousands of civilians as American troops advanced into Manila in early 1945
San Diego’s Balboa Park, lined with buildings filled with art, once hosted a massive World War II naval hospital for severely injured and sick servicemen
An injured Mustang pilot spends the final month of the war as a prisoner of the Germans
When the USS Indianapolis sank in shark-infested waters, the navy unjustly held its captain responsible. It took more than 50 years to clear his name