Did the Vietnam War end in victory or defeat? Erik Villard takes a detailed look at this question in a critical new series by Vietnam magazine.
Tom Edwards learned everything he needed to know about the spacecraft business from repairing and maintaining swift boats during the Vietnam War.
Jack Northrop dreamed big with his futuristic flying wing, but the radical bomber proved too great a technological leap for his company to bridge in the late 1940s.
An improbable route took William F. Friedman from the study of plant genetics to a reputation as father of U.S. cryptology—one that made a huge impact on the war.
Einstein, Oppenheimer, and the wild first movie about the A-Bomb