"We got it as close as we could without people leaving this thing fully traumatized.”
A sweeping new exhibit chronicles how African-American involvement in WWI helped pave the way for the civil rights movement.
The sinking was the single largest loss of life for the Coast Guard during WWI.
"We just can't let his memory be forgotten."
House lawmakers are pushing for a Pentagon review of valor awards given out for service in World War I to … Continued
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There's some incredible vintage combat footage out there, but the music never makes sense. Back in the day, they would … Continued
During World War I, beyond the wire and away from the confines of the trenches lived the wild men of … Continued
Ask any soldier about the most essential part of their MRE, and I guarantee most of them will say either … Continued
One of the most iconic pieces of equipment worn by American service members is the combat helmet. From the flat-brimmed … Continued
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