HistoryNet interviews Iwo Jima veteran Hershel "Woody" Williams, the last surviving Medal of Honor recipient from the Pacific War.
A battle at Sitka in 1804 began the vast northwest territory's tilt into American hands
Farmer's son endured combat, enslavement, and near-execution before his talents as a diplomat brought peace with the Algonquians
It’s easy enough to design a bad airplane, but it takes real gumption to put it into production despite all signs to the contrary.
It was one of the biggest air raids in the entire campaign for the Solomon Islands. More than a year after U.S. Marines landed on Guadalcanal, Navy TBF Avengers and SBD Dauntless dive bombers were to hit the Japanese base on Ballale,
A fast mover designed to carry a nuclear weapon, the F-105 Thunderchief became the Vietnam War’s most important conventional fighter-bomber.
As the platoon trekked across Vietnam to set up defenses in Thu Duc, their commander suddenly 'fell' into an unexpected situation.
Iran will build a bomb when it's ready, despite treaty restrictions