Wilson's war was almost over and women's suffrage was near, but there was a pandemic and the country was polarized over Prohibition
A new history of the Cuban Missile Crisis distills 60 years of official and secret narratives about the world's scariest moment
The Seattle Museum of Flight’s meticulous B-29 restoration has returned most of the veteran bomber’s controls to working order.
On June 28, 1914, Gavrilo Princip, a Bosnian Serb nationalist, used an M1910 to shoot Archduke Franz Ferdinand
History often recounts successful covert actions, but historian Vince Houghton spins a new perspective—failed plots built on the ridiculous
‘Why Were Aircraft Markings for the U.S. Army Air Forces Only Applied on the Top Side of the Left Wing?’
A closer look at why U.S. Army Air Forces aircraft had distinctive markings, and the purpose they served during World War II.
Piloting X-15s to a record Mach 6.7 and the fringes of space, U.S. Air Force Major Pete Knight earned the Harmon Trophy and nickname “Speedy Pete”
The Mark 22 achieved the only successful downing of an enemy aircraft by naval gunfire during the Vietnam War