In honor of the Army's birthday, we've collected stories about a few of the most recent Medal of Honor recipients.
In accepting his Medal of Honor, Vernon Baker said: "As I look out, I don't see color. I see America. America, I love you."
When a group of Green Berets found themselves outnumbered 30 to 1, they held their ground, and then some.
At 28, Col. Francis Channing Barlow was a slight, boyish figure who wore a checked lumberjack shirt under his unbuttoned...
The Army hopes its Soldiers enjoy their birthday cake this week -- but also work off the calories.
Like the images of American eagles he collected, Col. Charles A. Beckwith often stood proud and alone.
Both in Chungking proper and in the interior, Birch used his language skills and analytical talents to draw up a network for...
Blanchfield, attended nursing school in Pittsburgh, Pa., and nursed in the Panama Canal Zone and for U.S. Steel before...
Mary Edwards Walker of the 52nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry is the only woman in history to ever receive the Medal of Honor.
The roots of our modern military armaments began in the late 18th century and started a legacy of hardware excellence.