Hershel W. "Woody" Williams, the last remaining Medal of Honor recipient from World War II, died Wednesday. He was 98.
He was the rebellious King of Rock 'n' Roll, but Elvis Presley didn't shirk his duty when he was drafted by the U.S. Army and...
Many of the men who have served as president of the United States also served in the military, and some of them are...
After watching his dad narrowly escape a lynch mob, Eugene Bullard fled to France and took to the skies.
The Loch Ness Monster has been a cryptozoological and biological mystery since as far back as 1933.
In a 1990s interview, Carlos Hathcock talked about his most famous hunts in Vietnam.
For decades after World War II, being a veteran was almost an unspoken prerequisite to run for president.
In 1950, two gunmen tried to assassinate President Harry S. Truman at home.
In his 2010 autobiography, the actor wrote about his experiences fighting on the front lines of the Korean War.
An African-American woman fought to get her intel analyses recognized, even in the face of disaster, during the Vietnam War.
In a 5-4 decision, the justices ruled that states yield their immunity from lawsuits in order to maintain a national military...
Space Force continues to carve out its own identity after being created in 2019.
The Army has swiftly reversed a new policy that would have allowed potential recruits to enlist into the force without a high...
Kyle Mullen died Feb. 4 after completing the grueling first phase of U.S. Navy SEAL training called “Hell Week.
Around 1,500 “Higgins boats” were deployed at Normandy on D-Day.