Honoring a Hero - Silver Star
Last week, Maj. Edward F. Wright received the Silver Star for his heroism in Vietnam over 51 years ago.
Why the Battle of Okinawa Caused Severe Combat Fatigue
As the deadly Battle in Okinawa rages on, a growing number of U.S. troops begin to go down with what
Iwo Jima - A Challenge of Mountainous Proportions
The invasion of Iwo Jima was a challenge of mountainous proportions - in the shape of Mount Suribachi.
Vietnam Veteran, Navy Cross Recipient
Ret. 1st Sgt. John Lord was awarded the Navy Cross fifty years after leading his platoon through an ambush in
Medal of Honor - Michael Monsoor's Story
Michael Monsoor’s teammates share his story of his courageous and selfless actions.
Famous WWII Pacific Battle Captured in Stunning Detail
Relive the aerial dogfights and naval clashes of the Battle of the Philippines Sea, thanks to stunning color footage.
U.S. Ships Pound Japanese Bunker During WWII
Surviving Japanese troops are holed up in a fortified position on the southern cliffs of Tinian.
Tense Battle Between U.S. Sub and a Fishing Boat
A fishing trawler may seem like an easy target for a powerful U.S. submarine - but these were the early
Marine Combat Fitness Test - Six Minutes of Pain
The Marine Corps Combat Fitness Test and requirements for an 18-year-old male.
Why the Battle of the Coral Sea Was Unique in Naval History
The Battle of the Coral Sea represented a new chapter in the history of naval warfare.