“Central casting’s version of a fighting general,” James Hollingsworth relished being in the thick of the battle
In January 1967 a World War II ace taught the U.S. Air Force how to dogfight—and the North Vietnamese learned a lesson too
Journalist Mary Jo McConahay's "The Tango War" examines World War II's Latin American dimensions and how it shaped American policy in the region postwar
One battle, one Army unit, two Medals of Honor.
You may not know his name, but Moses Ezekiel’s bronze and stone sculptures are everywhere.
On the eve of the Normandy Invasion, a British Army lieutenant was cast in a surreal production to fool the enemy
Fighter pilot Colonel Clarence E. “Bud” Anderson, 96, is a triple ace, credited with 16.25 enemy kills in the skies over Europe.
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