“In rough seas, it was really a clambake, with ships all over the place," recalls Douglas Burgess, who served on destroyer escort USS Brough during the Battle of the Atlantic.
"Vietnam veterans hold a special place in the hearts of DAR members, because we recognize they were never properly thanked when they returned home from the war."
The retired lieutenant colonel recalls his days spent at England's Duxford Air Force Base—and in the sky.
Philosophers who argue that reason defines truth face resistance from those who value tradition, culture, and faith
Archaeology suggests the Vikings played this board game to practice "strategical and tactical warfare”
Historian S.C. (Sam) Gwynne's "Hymns of the Republic" looks at the Civil War's final year from multiple perspectives.
The series may have been adapted from the book, but the story first started with a single image.
‘Jerry’s Last Mission’: How a Veteran of WWII’s Last Air Battle Became a Lifelong Testament of the Human Spirit
WWII pilot Jerry Yellin battled PTSD for decades until he became an example for other veterans to follow