World War II
V-J Day: The Formal Surrender of Japan
VJ Day, 2 September, commemorates the Allied victory over Japan in World War II.
WWII Vet 'Benny the Bagger' Marks 98th Birthday -- At Work
The Stop & Shop off Highway 1 in New Jersey presented Ficeto with a cake. He was also serenaded by a USO Show Troupe.
France Honors African Veterans of World War II Landings
It's sometimes called "the forgotten D-Day."
Navajo Nation Eyes Renaming US Highway After WWII Code Talker
A Navajo Nation committee is requesting that New Mexico Gov. Grisham name U.S. 491 in honor of Sen. John Pinto.
The Navy Is Dropping Bean-Bag Messages onto Ships Like It Did to Evade WWII Enemies
The Navy is resurrecting tricks sailors used almost 80 years ago to outsmart their enemies.
Trial Delayed for Guardsman Charged with Stealing WWII Dog Tags
A complaint says Rumsby told investigators he took dog tags that belonged to four airmen killed in plane crashes in 1944.
'The Terror: Infamy' Tackles the Horrors of Japanese American Internment Camps
The AMC show pairs the horrors of real-life Japanese American internment against a backdrop of supernatural events.
Is the Navy Trying to Cover Up a WWII Explosion That Killed 250?
Packed with 600 tons of ammo and explosives, the USS Serpens died in a flash beneath a full moon on Jan. 29, 1945.
Patton's Granddaughter to Return Missing Footlocker to WWII Vet's Family
National Purple Heart Day was marked by the return of seven Purple Hearts earned by WWII and Vietnam veterans.