The Western Confederate Army never recovered from Albert Sidney Johnston’s April 1862 death at Shiloh
A closer look at how the court-martial of 1st Lt. William Laws Calley Jr. started at Fort Benning, Georgia
In late 1917, an American soldier risked government censors’ wrath to smuggle home a letter about dodging German submarines while aboard a troopship headed for war
Pilots involved in the mission to kill Isoroku Yamamoto reported seeing Hine’s left engine smoking, but no one saw him go down.
Marine 1st Lt. Lee Roy Herron saved the lives of numerous Marines before being killed during a Feb. 22, 1969 battle in the A Shau Valley
During its heyday, blockade running was a systematic and, for many, a lucrative operation run by a cartel of industrious merchant princes