There’s something about just seeing a dog in a warzone that (when you’re on the same side) can brighten your day, even if just for a few moments.
Eleanor Roosevelt’s efforts during WWI and WWII were only some of the amazing fights she was a part of.
Margaret Corbin was no stranger to the horrors of war. Born in western Pennsylvania in 1751, she was only four years old when the French and Indian War broke out.
What you should know about America’s first volunteer cavalry.
“We never got a parade. We just went home to our families.”
The U.S. military's fascination with the science-fiction future of mechanized warfare stretches back a half-century.
The Navy has fielded a 650-round ammo backpack nicknamed 'Avenger' to troops at some point in the last several years.
It's time for a history lesson.
The Audie Murphy of his generation.
He believed he’d only be activated for “something with a clear purpose.” Then he was deployed to Iraq.
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