The pressure was imminent. But the plans were hardly bulletproof.
Uncover iconic illustrations that helped fuel national opinion during World War II.
Any surprise it was under the beloved Rough Rider?
The much-maligned birds were some of the most important combatants in World War I and II.
That iconic, terrifying sound wasn't necessary to the functioning of an airplane.
Susan Roley Malone had cherished the ideal of working for the Bureau long before a career as an FBI agent was open to women.
Christian Europe teamed up to prevent the Ottoman empire's expansion through Vienna.
From the smallest atoms to the biggest adventures in space, these women used their scientific knowledge to change the world.
The German army may not have been surprised by an attack, but the Allied forces had a few tricks ready to go.
St Albans Raid was one of the most controversial events in the Civil War.
Trace the history of America's national day of remembrance.
Not only could the U-505 not sink other boats, its crew couldn't even sink the submarine themselves.
Turns out discipline and intense planning lend themselves equally well to army life and grand larceny.
There’s more to the loving holiday than meets the eye.
This tiny scout helicopter, made of plexiglass and metal, was part of a key "hunter-killer" team.
These six soldiers were part of an 1863 project to speak to remaining Revolutionary War veterans.
Rediscover the specialities of the Army and the Marine Corps.
There's a good reason the old battleships are gone.
How familiar are you with Operation Bodyguard?