Capt. Richard Eugene Fleming's heroism earned him the only Medal of Honor awarded to a participant in the Battle of Midway
These long-range Marine Corps reconnaissance patrols probed deep into enemy territory
George B. McClellan, Robert E. Lee, and a watershed campaign
“Dammit, Brad, just give me 400,000 gallons of gasoline and I’ll put you inside Germany in two days"
‘Always Look on the Bright Side of Life’: That One Time British Sailors Sang Monty Python as They Watched Their Ship Burn
After being struck by an Argentine Exocet missile in 1982, the crew of the HMS Sheffield remembered the sage advice that "When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle"
Archaeologists in Turkey have discovered an iron mask worn by a cavalryman in ancient Rome’s army circa 1,800 years ago
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
Gabby Gabreski nearly failed out of his Army Air Corps flight training, but went on to become the top American fighter ace in Europe during World War II and a jet ace in Korea.
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