Relations between top Army and Marine commanders became testy in early 1968 as generals with clashing views attacked not only the enemy but also each other
The RTF was a service with a double life—flying on behalf of the Japanese, while also working against Japan as a secret collaborator of the OSS.
Wyatt and brothers had Western connections galore in California and elsewhere after their Tombstone days
When downed fighter pilot Victor Vizcarra parachuted into North Vietnam, a helicopter rescue team had to find him before the enemy did
In the 1930s trigger-happy gangsters prompted America to impose controls on firearms
An Army officer had the surprise of his life in Vietnam when he found himself having breakfast with members of the Miss America USO show
As 1941's Operation Barbarossa progressed, residents of the Soviet capital fled—or stayed behind to fight.
In 1944, the future baseball star was a young lieutenant who refused to move to the back of a shuttle bus, initiating a series of events that resulted in his court-martial.
How a team of four veteran athletes went on a cross-country quest to the Vietnam Wall to honor the fallen
After the ‘shot heard round the world,’ as Redcoats retreated to Boston, Patriots sprang an ambush at a bend in the road known since as the Bloody Angle
With tough love and conviction, Colonel Frank A. Armstrong helped make history high above Europe
Two Communist superpowers traded shots over a tiny island in a clash with international implications
Americans trapped within Paris during the 1870–71 Franco-Prussian War witnessed chaos and compassion, revolt and an eventual return to republican ideals
Captured by photographer Herman Schnipper, the USS Astoria endured the three-hour frenzy during the bloody fight for Okinawa