Military historian Chris McNab compares the men, equipment, strategy and tactics of soldiers of the North Vietnamese Army and the U.S. Air Cavalry
Approximately 100,000 Filipinos died in Japan’s wanton destruction of the port city in 1945.
A U.S. Navy nurse who survived the Brinks Hotel bombing in 1964 shares her story of suffering, resilience and an unprecedented Purple Heart
Retired Marine Col. Bob Fischer selected 10 veterans "who served honorably in a confusing war" to share their stories
In April 1965, 36 men of Britain’s Parachute Regiment were ambushed in the deep jungle of Borneo by a large force of elite Indonesian soldiers
Relations between top Army and Marine commanders became testy in early 1968 as generals with clashing views attacked not only the enemy but also each other
“I went through the most physically painful experience of my life,” Harmon later wrote
The RTF was a service with a double life—flying on behalf of the Japanese, while also working against Japan as a secret collaborator of the OSS.
When downed fighter pilot Victor Vizcarra parachuted into North Vietnam, a helicopter rescue team had to find him before the enemy did
The Hiroshima Panels by Iri and Toshi Maruki were the earliest artworks to portray human suffering in the wake of the atomic bomb.
'One of the best-known images of the Vietnam War shows something other than what almost everyone thinks it does'
Soldiers of the 1st Cavalry were ambushed by the North Vietnamese after returning to the Ia Drang Valley