Lynching investigator Walter White risked everything to tell Americans the truth.
Some of the bombs and torpedoes the Japanese used on December 7, 1941, were custom designed.
Always adventurous, Percy Wyndham’s latest gamble proved to be his last.
The Lee-Enfield Number 4 rifle is a World War II veteran that still serves today.
An expedition is retracing the steps of this WWII operation on its 80th anniversary.
Cosmas D. Eaglin Sr., an original member of the Montford Point Marines — the group of the first Black troops to enlist in the Marine Corps — was recognized for his years of dedicated service across three military conflicts.
The author presents the career of this top-notch administrator, strict disciplinarian, and aggressive combat commander.
MHQ goes behind the scenes with W.Britain Model Figures to learn how they create collectible soldiers.
2023 is shaping up to be a good year for military movies.
In the 1930s the Federal Writers’ Project recorded anecdotes about
Billy the Kid—some undoubtedly spurious, others bearing the ring of truth.