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77 years ago, the Allies took the fight to the Axis in ‘the soft underbelly of Europe’
On July 10, 1943, the Allies invaded of Sicily and a thrust into what British Prime Minister Winston Churchill called "the soft underbelly of Europe"
Haunting video shows Italian army trucks transporting coffins from town rocked by coronavirus
The Italian Army has started ferrying dozens of coffins from the northern city of Bergamo, the worst-hit city in Italy's coronavirus crisis, to remote cremation sites because local morgues can't cope with the number of new deaths
How the Last Major Cavalry Charge Ended
Horseback units were made obsolete by the end of World War I but that didn't stop an Italian Cavalry unit...
Buffalo soldier who became pioneering NASA scientist dies at 93
Emmett William Chappelle Sr., a retired NASA scientist who studied luminescence and once recruited children to collect fireflies for his research, died of renal failure Oct. 14 at his home in West Baltimore
Rep. Duncan Hunter’s failed visit to US Navy base in Italy was bogus cover for campaign-funded family vacation, judge rules
A federal judge in the criminal case against Rep. Duncan Hunter ruled in an order filed Tuesday that a campaign-funded...
The Details Of This General’s Alleged Frat Case Are Even Weirder Than You Think
Weeks after USA Today broke the story about a married two-star general’s months-long text exchange with a subordinate's wife, bizarre...
How Hollywood Turned Audie Murphy Into A Movie Star After World War II
The military-Hollywood marriage has generated some of the best entertainment since the dawn of motion pictures, and has inspired many...
10 Extraordinary Quotes About War From Ernie Pyle
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ernie Pyle spent his last years embedded with troops in Africa, Sicily, Italy, France, and Japanese-held islands...