First manufactured in Austria, the Lorenz rifle-musket was the third most widely used rifle in the Civil War.
Accidental fires ignited three U.S. aircraft carriers during the Vietnam War, killing 206 American sailors and injuring 631 others.
A look at seven of the most infamous mutinies throughout seafaring history
U.S. Navy brought situation on itself by granting captains "letters of marque" to harass Spanish ships
A volunteer battery’s resolve on July 1, 1863, merits more attention. It helped secure the Union victory
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