Many across the pond who served are receiving overdue recognition.
This Marine Used a Gunny Outhouse Without Permission. Then He Accidentally Burned It Down.
Jerry Dallape reflects on his “shitty” Vietnam experience.
The FADAC Was Used to Calculate Artillery Firing Data. Was it One of the First Personal Computers?
Vietnam veteran Paul Ingevaldson reflects on trying to fix giant, unwieldy “ancient” computers during the war.
Amid Prohibition One Wily Entrepreneur Found Copper Indispensable in This Montana Town
Keystone, Montana, went through several name changes and its residents through several fortunes.
Hitler Had Terrible Teeth — Just Ask His Dentist
A U.S. Army report deemed Dr. Hugo Blaschke “arrogant and unbothered by World War II and its aftermath.”
Inspired by His Family Military Tradition, This Lakota Served as a Medic in Vietnam
Francis Whitebird’s great-grandfather, grandfather and father all served in the U.S. Army.
So Many American Pilots Crash Landed in Sweden that the Top Brass Wondered if They Were Doing it on Purpose
During World War II, American crews found sanctuary—and fun—in the neutral Scandinavian country.
WWI-Era Biplane Loses War Against Gravity (Again)
The 1917 model plane was one of six airworthy Jennies left in the world.
Read Henry Kissinger’s Secret Message On the Fall of Saigon
A classified document from the National Archives reveals a very frank message from Kissinger about the impending end of the Vietnam War.
The Challenge of Portraying America’s First President in Film
And though books abound, there have been a surprisingly limited number of attempts to tackle the mythic Virginian’s story in film.