An African-American military policeman on a motorcycle in front of the "colored" MP entrance, Columbus, Georgia, in 1942.
This New Museum Traces History Of African-Americans In The US Military
Marine veteran Marc Waszkiewicz snapped this photo of a fellow photographer while deployed in Vietnam.
9 Must-See Photos From A Marine’s Eye View Of The Vietnam War
After winning a camera in a poker game, Marine Marc Waszkiewicz took 4,000 photos documenting the Vietnam War.
A photo of John L. Burns, a veteran of the War of 1812, sitting in the rocking chair outside of his cottage, with gun and crutches nearby.
He Watched The Battle Of Gettysburg From His House, Then Joined In
John L. Burns was a 69-year-old veteran who was still so full of piss and vinegar that he saw the Battle of Gettysburg from his house and joined in.
For 25 Years, This Marine Kept A Dark Secret That Involved A Famous Disney Cartoon
The voice of Disney’s Bambi was actually a United States Marine who served three tours in Vietnam.