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Native American Korean War hero who gave his life for his men gets the graphic novel he deserves
"Cpl. Red Cloud's dauntless courage ... reflects the highest credit upon himself."
America’s newest Medal of Honor recipient: ‘Our greatest enemy is ourselves’
"While we have many enemies of this country today who want to see us fall, there’s no greater enemy in my opinion than ourselves."
Army Ranger who led 60 men in hellish battle against hundreds to receive the Medal of Honor 70 years later
Retired Col. Ralph Puckett received the medal on Friday.
This Medal of Honor recipient crashed his plane on purpose to get to his downed wingman
What he did that day had never been attempted before, and has never been repeated since.
‘Call of Duty’ wants you to bring a shovel to a gunfight, like these 4 badasses did in real life
Surprisingly, this has actually happened in real life.
Lloyd Austin once told this story of incredible battlefield bravery that you can watch on Netflix
Nobody drops knowledge bombs like the Secretary of Defense
This Korean War Medal of Honor recipient is getting a ship named after him
"One of the hardest things about the medal is that you're really not allowed to forget about it."
70 years later, the cold of ‘frozen Chosin’ Reservoir still haunts Army vet
"I would never have believed that you could live on the ground at 40 (degrees) below zero."
Holocaust survivor, Korean War hero, and one-man wrecking crew: New comic celebrates MoH recipient Tibor Rubin
A new comic book pays homage to Cpl. Tibor Rubin, a Holocaust survivor whose battlefield bravery during the Korean War was surpassed only by his indomitable spirit.
70 years ago, this Medal of Honor recipient sacrificed himself to save his fellow Marines
It has been 70 years since Baldomero Lopez sacrificed his life to save his Marine platoon, smothering a grenade with his body during the Koeran War’s Battle of Inchon
Medal of Honor recipient Ron Rosser, who charged into enemy trenches during the Korean War, has died
Retired Army Master Sgt. Ronald Rosser, who earned the Medal of Honor in Korea by charging three times alone into enemy trenches to fight off the Chinese and save the wounded, died Wednesday at age 90 in Bumpus Mills, Tenn
Medal of Honor recipient Ron Rosser interview
Ronald Rosser received the Medal of Honor for actions during the Korean War. He is the last of the Medal...
He was the first Black Marine pilot, but his hometown still got his name wrong
Petersen flew more than 350 combat missions and more than 4,000 military aircraft hours during the Korean and Vietnam Wars.
US returns remains of 147 soldiers in largest-ever Korean War repatriation
"Our missing and unaccounted for service members are entitled to one certainty — that they will never be forgotten"
The remains of an Army corporal are finally returning home from Korea after more than 65 years
After more than 65 years, The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) has announced that the remains of Corbin native and former Army Corporal Billie Joe Hash will finally return to his hometown
Decorated WWII vet, forensics expert who examined Zodiac killer letters, dies at 100
Shimoda served with the legendary 442nd Infantry Regiment in WWII, then lost his leg in combat in Korea.
Both Koreas violated 1953 armistice agreement in DMZ shooting, UN Command says
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Medal of Honor sought for Korean War pilot who flew top secret mission
"Williams has never sought this recognition ... He is the quietest, humblest person I've ever met."
Decorated Air Force pilot who served in three wars, became a world-class marksman passes from COVID-19
"He was just the most honorable, loyal, salt-of-the-earth kind of guy."
South Korea to send 10,000 face masks to Navajo veterans to honor their service in the Korean War
"The government remembers those who made noble sacrifices to defend a strange country 70 years ago, and we hope they will proudly tell their posterity about the choice they made so many years ago"
Man arrested for pawning a Korean War vet’s bracelet now accused of murdering him
Benjamin Franklin Merritt was found dead in his home in June 2019.
This WWII medic treated grunts even after taking shrapnel wounds. Now he’s finally getting a Purple Heart
John Gaultier kept treating his fellow soldiers even after German shrapnel hit him in the thumb and foot.
‘One hell of a patriot’ — Combat airman who played Taps for over 5,000 veteran funerals dies at 98
As mourners gathered at veteran funerals, Otto always stood at parade rest, apart from the crowd. In 100-degree heat or the chill of winter, Otto wasn't about to sit down while on duty.
Ultimate attack helicopter the AH-64 Apache owns the sky
Air superiority is the greatest tool of the American military and the AH-64 Attack Helicopter reigns supreme. The Army canceled...