“Dammit, Brad, just give me 400,000 gallons of gasoline and I’ll put you inside Germany in two days"
Readers sound off about the "shot heard round the world," the end of the War in Afghanistan and friendly fire incidents in our January 2022 issue
The Fallen Heroes Memorial will be displayed from 7 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. Nov. 11, during which the names of the 7063 servicemembers who made the ultimate sacrifice during the Global War on Terror will be read
‘The most important lesson I learned’: Fmr. Gen. David Petraeus on the Vietnam War, Iraq and Afghanistan
David Petraeus on the lessons of the Vietnam War and their impact on the senior military leadership
On September 11, 2001, Air Force pilot Heather "Lucky" Penney was asked to do the unthinkable
National Geographic’s latest six-part retelling of the infamous day that launched a forever war and shocked the world
“The initial reasons to go in after 9/11, were right and true,” Marine fighter pilot Amy McGrath said. “They had attacked our country, and they needed to be ousted."
Amid the chaos in Afghanistan, those in need of saving aren’t relying on boats, but texts and social media posts
The Taliban's media wing wasted little time releasing droves of new propaganda in the wake of its ascension to power
A look at the war in Afghanistan in pictures as the bulk of forces fighting America’s longest war are to be withdrawn by Sept. 11, 2021—the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks
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
Sebastian Junger's new book "Freedom" is now on sale
Six seconds was enough time to run – as many people nearby did – or enough time for a Marine to choose to bravely hold ground to protect the Marines behind him
"These are very serious issues, and if you’re going to take them on, you have to do them correctly and be as honest and as accurate as possible"