The Story Behind The Double-Amputee Veteran Who ‘Stood’ For The National Anthem
When the national anthem began playing during a Steelers and Patriots game, Marine veteran Christian Brown stood tall even though he has no legs.
10 Photos Of A Marine’s Experience Training Afghan Police
In 2011, David Anderson joined the NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan and was sent to a small outpost academy in Herat province. This is his story.
UNSUNG HEROES: These Rangers Killed 25 Enemy Fighters And Left No Man Behind
These Army Rangers fought through multiple enemy positions under withering fire, and went through hell to bring their men home.
10 Photos Of The Battle Of Marjah From A Marine’s Perspective
In February 2010, then Lance Cpl. James Clark inserted into the Taliban-held city of Marjah with Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 6th Marines. This is his story.
‘I Saw It Coming,’ Says Iraq Vet Of ISIS’ Rise
National Guard vets remember the base that will now be a hub for Iraqi and American troops to attack the Islamic State.
Here’s How To Set Up Your Flak Like A Combat Correspondent
For combat correspondents setting up their flak jackets for the first time, here’s what worked for me.
UNSUNG HEROES: Injured And Under Fire, This Marine Left No Man Behind
This Marine sniper risked everything to bring the body of a fallen comrade home.
UNSUNG HEROES: The Marine Who Was Knocked Out By An IED, Woke Up, And Began Treating His Injured Men
Staff Sgt. Christopher Shranko exposed himself to enemy fire and days later treated wounded Marines moments after being knocked out by an IED blast.