Belgian nurse Augusta Chiwy, left, talks with author and military historian Martin King moments before receiving an award for valor from the U.S. Army, in Brussels, Dec. 12, 2011.
Augusta Chiwy: The Forgotten Nurse Who Saved Hundreds of American Lives During World War II
Belgian nurse Augusta Chiwy risked her life in 1944 to save hundreds of American soldiers, yet her story was almost lost in history.
Lt. Col. Lyle Bernard, CO, 30th Infantry Reg., a prominent figure in the second daring amphibious landing behind enemy lines on Sicily's north coast, discusses military strategy with Lt. Gen. George S. Patton.
What History Can Teach Us About Leadership — Good, Bad, And Ugly
While it’s hard to pin down what good or bad leadership is, we all know it when we see it, here are some examples of each.
Pilots of the Army Air Forces 64th Fighter Squadron, 57th Fighter Group, in front of one of their Curtiss P-40 Warhawk fighters in North Africa, April 1943.
The Army Air Forces Dominated The Skies Of World War II
To talk about the U.S. Army Air Forces is to talk about World War II.
Edward L. Doheny testifying before the Senate committee investigating the Teapot Dome Affair that took place under the Harding administration, Jan. 24, 1924.
The Long History Of Presidential Scandal And US Politics
There are more than a few Americans who think politicians are less trustworthy today, but politics and scandal have a long relationship in U.S. history.
The Air Force Central Command Band performs for service members outside a green beans coffee shop Dec. 24, 2013, at Forward Operating Base Fenty, Jalalabad, Afghanistan.
20 Things You Only Understand If You’ve Deployed
Here are 20 things you can only appreciate if you’ve deployed.