What began as a local breakfast club in Pittsburgh now reaches thousands of veterans
At age 98, Ed Clarac suited up for his 34th mission — albeit this time over friendly skies
MacKenzie Scott to Donate Millions to National Trust for Historic Preservation’s African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund
The Action Fund is the largest in American history dedicated to preserving African American landmarks
The day devoted to all things dad was kickstarted by one woman seeking to honor her Civil War veteran father
The location has been a highly classified mystery — until now
In 1962 Vietti became America's first female prisoner of war in Vietnam
The National WWI Museum and Memorial is offering to break up the drudgery of quarantine by hosting virtual battlefield tours across France.
“It was horrifying," David Dushman recalled. "We threw all of our canned food at them and drove on quickly, to keep chasing the fascists"
The Coast Guard’s Only Medal of Honor Recipient Used a Higgins Boat to Shield Marines on Guadalcanal
When asked if he was able to go back and extract the overwhelmed Marines, the 22-year-old Munro reportedly gave a confident, “Hell, yeah!”
The remains of Sgt. Robert McPhelan were found in a section of the cemetery that was reserved for paupers or unclaimed bodies
Two vets co-founded a tech company to bridge the gap of coordinated care and provide access points to community, healthcare, and other veteran services
The White Monument took its final form at some point between 2450 and 2300 BC
"All wars are fought twice, the first time on the battlefield, the second time in memory"
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure