In 1944, the future baseball star was a young lieutenant who refused to move to the back of a shuttle bus, initiating a series of events that resulted in his court-martial.
Pvt. Felix Hall is the only known victim of extrajudicial lynching to have died on a U.S. military base
Military aviation history is replete with designs in which looks—and often aeronautics—took a back seat to utility
“These men matter and they served. They gave their lives for our country. And they deserve the same honor and respect as any other service member past, present and future"
Directed and written by John Boorman, the 1987 film presents World War II as a life-altering adventure for young protagonist Billy Rowan.
Before it occupied space in our junk drawers, and our hearts, it was accidentally developed for the U.S. military
In July 2021 Russia became the most recent nation to join European countries adopting legal measures to stop the spread of Nazi symbols and ideology
A pensioner who kept a World War II arsenal plus a Panther tank in his basement is the subject of an ongoing legal dispute in Germany
With tough love and conviction, Colonel Frank A. Armstrong helped make history high above Europe
'Flak began to come pretty soon … but the expression on the face of the kid from Cleveland who was piloting the plane did not change in the slightest degree'
The culinary icon's concoction was deemed "60% effective in deterring shark bites"
From Blurring Imperfections to Falsifying Reality: How Stalin Made the Truth Disappear Through ‘Photoshop’
Was Stalin the forefather of photoshop?
Captured by photographer Herman Schnipper, the USS Astoria endured the three-hour frenzy during the bloody fight for Okinawa
Two Italian doctors invent an imaginary disease that helped save thousands of Jews in occupied Nazi territory