Orville Wright never lost his capacity for finding inspiration in playthings
Until his death, Union General Robert H. Milroy never stopped trying to redeem his reputation, badly scarred in defeat at Second Winchester
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
Before gaining political prominence, the retired United States Senator fought with the 10th Mountain Division during World War II.
Capt. Richard Eugene Fleming's heroism earned him the only Medal of Honor awarded to a participant in the Battle of Midway
British Admiral Thomas Cochrane excelled in the navies of three nations, but his combative nature nearly made him a footnote in naval history
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
Amid the War of 1812 an American general eager to strike a blow against the British mounted a risky raid deep into western Upper Canada
The outlaw band known as the Cowboys operated freely in Arizona Territory—until the Earp brothers and a friend named ‘Doc’ called their bluff
Amid the Cold War two German generals were among the few NATO commanders with direct experience fighting the Soviets—not to mention the Allies