An array of specialized U.S. Air Force units took on some of the Vietnam War’s most dangerous missions
Spc. 4 James T. Davis lost his life tracking down an enemy signal in Vietnam
Dickey knew exactly what he was doing and what it would cost him when he unhesitatingly leapt on grenades, as Lang proves through eyewitness accounts
For centuries Armenian residents of the Transcaucasian stronghold of Kars watched invaders come and go—until its final betrayal
Duane Russell shares the story of his dilemma when he encountered an enemy combatant: to kill or not to kill?
Sakai was not only the first Pulitzer Prize winner in feature photography, but also the first photographer to win the award for coverage of the Vietnam War
Laid down by Vickers in England in 1899, Mikasa was the last of six modern battleships ordered by the Imperial Japanese Navy
More than 20 platoons of the 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) waged a bitter fight for NVA bunkers largely forgotten except by those who survived
A new book published this past year offers a blow-by-blow account of Pearl Harbor, diving into previously untranslated primary source material, from the Japanese perspective
Capt. Richard Eugene Fleming's heroism earned him the only Medal of Honor awarded to a participant in the Battle of Midway
These long-range Marine Corps reconnaissance patrols probed deep into enemy territory
“Dammit, Brad, just give me 400,000 gallons of gasoline and I’ll put you inside Germany in two days"