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The celebrated author completes his American Revolution trilogy with his book In the Hurricane's Eye
In his latest work the British author chronicles the World War II exploits of the clandestine Special Operations Executive
Readers sound off about the 1943 Battle of Attu, a Vietnam-era medevac mission and the 1956 Hungarian Revolution
Readers sound off about the World War II Civilian Pilot Volunteers and recognition of Filipinos' wartime service
The figurative "fog of war" — e.g., poor communications, inept training and leadership, mass panic — is often a decisive factor in the course of military operations
America venerates its war dead by recovering and identifying remains, respectfully interring those remains and honoring our service members' sacrifice
The Japanese Zero was the first carrier-based fighter capable of besting land-based opponents
The Wessex took on sub hunting, search and rescue, troop transport and general utility duties
The discovery of a frozen corpse in the winter of 1675 sparked war between New England's Indians and settlers
In a covert 18-month effort Allied soldiers tunneled beneath German lines in Flanders to plant more than 500 tons of explosives
Hearse, not horses, took former president to lie in state in the Capitol
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