How the men of the Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare captured the "Butcher of Crete."
An investigation revealed that Harold Schultz stood among the Marines seen straining toward the sky in the famous photo.
On Feb. 19, 1945, U.S. Marines started a 36-day battle that would come to define the spirit of the Corps.
Dole overcame disabling war wounds sustained near the end of World War II to forge his lengthy political career.
The USS Bismarck Sea was the only U.S. Navy ship named for the 1943 battle.
For Marines fighting the Japanese on Iwo Jima, there was no better friend than the M4A3 Sherman Tank.
Elwood Hughes was also known in his community as a longtime high school basketball coach and physical education teacher.
Military movie legend Dale Dye reveals the worst military film he's ever seen, his thoughts on Space Force and his advice for...
The 96-year-old veteran still had his original U.S. Navy uniform that he wore when he enlisted in 1941.
One of the most important battles of World War II has inspired some outstanding entertainment.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin called the video "deeply disturbing" during a press conference.
It’s a tradition that’s lasted eight decades.
A Marine vet was issued a P320 as his service weapon to use as an officer for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The Navy is the first military service to reveal what leaders will cover during the military's upcoming stand-downs.
The Polar Star is the only icebreaker classified as "heavy" — able to break through ice up to 21 feet thick.