World War II
The Untold Story of the Men Who Died on the USS Saturn in WWII
Through the record of the hearing, a memoir of a survivor and newspaper accounts, the story now is being told.
Remains of WWII Soldier Identified 76 Years After Going MIA
Skeletal remains recovered two years ago on the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific are those of Pfc. Dale W. Ross.
'12 Strong' Soldiers to Honor D-Day Heroes with Parachute Jump
The group of 15 plans to jump out of the C-47 "Tico Belle," the same plane that dropped soldiers on D-Day.
Memorial Will Honor Last Doolittle Raider on Anniversary of WWII Raid
Retired Lt. Col. Richard "Dick" E. Cole died April 9 at the age of 103. An airman related to Jimmy Doolittle will perform.
Man Who Helped Keep Japanese from Retaking Alaskan Island in WWII Turns 100
Elsner, who turned 100 on Thursday, was assigned to the 18th Fighter Squadron and arrived at Attu in March 1944.
Florida Firefighters Paint Home of Blind World War II Veteran
A blind World War II veteran's home was painted over the weekend by firefighters who decided to give back to the community.
Marine Whose Book Helped Inspire HBO's 'The Pacific' Dies
R.V. Burgin wrote the book, "Islands of the Damned: A Marine at War in the Pacific."
Trump Hosts Oval Office Celebration for 4 World War II Vets
President Trump treated four WWII veterans to an Oval Office meeting, fulfilling a birthday wish for 95-year-old Allen Jones.
Last of the Doolittle Raiders, Dick Cole, Dies at 103
Retired Lt. Col. Richard "Dick" Cole, the last veteran of the "Doolittle Raid" on Tokyo during World War II, died Tuesday.