He's believed to be the deadliest sniper in history.
It was one of the most dangerous missions ever undertaken.
War correspondent and bestselling author Damien Lewis reveals the best military books that evolved his thinking and writing on the subject of war.
By Damien Lewis
The use of Native American languages during the Pacific Theater of World War II safeguarded every American move.
The Dutch brought camouflage to a whole new level.
A group of Navajo men came together in the 1940s to create an unbreakable military code.
By Dave Adams
Grant Moves South explores the legendary general’s pivotal successes and military strategies.
By Allison Wild
Major went above and beyond the call of duty in World War II and the Korean War.
"Lady Death" was responsible for 309 kills.
Combat correspondent Richard Tregaskis recounts what he saw when the Allies invaded the island of Guadalcanal in 1942.
The Germans believed their castle prison was inescapable—they were wrong.