An 1862 cavalry clash at Boonsboro, Md., changed the scoresheet for Union troopers
Amid the Cold War two German generals were among the few NATO commanders with direct experience fighting the Soviets—not to mention the Allies
A 19-year-old Ohio native described to his parents the journey from home to the war in Vietnam
Years of research reveal the fascinating story of a Union bugler
Joseph Maxwell “Max” Cleland, 79, former senator and leader of the Veterans Administration, died on Nov. 9, 2021 of congestive heart failure
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 latest DNA evidence helps to bolster the family’s concerns over Sitting Bull’s final resting place
Today Paul Fairbrook can freely speak about his time at Camp Ritchie, once known only to World War II intelligence analysts and interrogators as "P.O. Box 1142."
A contrarian look at the influences underpinning the famed rock star from Tupelo, Mississippi.