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The Navy vessel built from steel from the wreckage of the World Trade Center
What 9/11 looked like to the only US service member not on Earth for it
Smedley Butler’s fiery speech to World War I veterans is still relevant today
Why the Best Ranger Competition is one of the hardest races in the US military
These are some of the greatest military working dogs in history
Eleanor Roosevelt: A life of purpose
Margaret Corbin: The first woman to receive a military pension
Teddy Roosevelt and the formation of the famous Rough Riders
Trailblazing WWII battalion of Black women could soon receive congressional honor
The inside story behind the Pentagon’s ill-fated quest for a real-life ‘Iron Man’ suit
The Navy has a 650-round ammo backpack that looks like it’s straight out of ‘Predator’
Here’s why Army helicopters have Native American names
How Medal of Honor hero David Bellavia wiped out an entire enemy squad in Fallujah
A Marine’s two-decade journey of close calls from Lebanon to Kuwait and Iraq
Why this US Army tank unit proudly calls itself ‘The Bastards’
‘The eyes of the world are upon you’ — Read Gen. Eisenhower’s letter to troops before D-Day
This WWII Navy pilot survived a 1,200-foot fall into the Pacific. Then he got back in the cockpit
How an Army veteran designed the iconic symbol of the gay rights movement
Why America’s first bomber was called ‘the flaming coffin’
Why this US military survival school is the most feared of them all
This Medal of Honor recipient crashed his plane on purpose to get to his downed wingman
Why the AT-4 rocket launcher is actually the worst anti-tank weapon
The heroic last stand of 2 Marines in Ramadi
Remembering the USS Iowa explosion and aftermath
‘Gallantry, guts and gumption’ — The two-hour battle in the Pacific that turned a Navy captain into a legend