"Riding to me is how I find my zen. I can have the worst day in the world and [ride] and I don't think about anything else."
In this episode of "Paving the Way," Weston Scott catches up with Army Ranger Wil Willis to talk about what riding motorcycles means to them.
There's the version Navy recruits hear during basic training, and there's the actual version, otherwise known as a compromise between budget and bulge.
Earning the yellow stripes takes a special combination of honor, courage, and commitment.
For more than 180 years, the French Foreign Legion was a place for anyone to change their lives – literally – by fighting for France on the battlefield.
When a Nazi pilot landed to try to steal some of the Soviet's personal items as souvenirs, the Red Army pilot stole the German plane instead.
One day in 1964, TV producer Sherwood Schwartz received a message from the U.S. Coast Guard. Some viewers were concerned with the lives of 7 castaways.
Three and a half years after surviving the Bataan Death March, Navajo soldier Sgt. Joe Kieyoomia was tortured for a code he didn't even know existed.
Gina Elise and her nonprofit pin-ups are on a a 50-state tour, visiting veterans at their bedside. In 2018, they will visit their 12,000th veteran.
Our resident Air Force officer explains the details of this special naming event.
Custer was outnumbered 3-to-1 at Little Bighorn. Persians outnumbered Greeks 10-to-1 at Thermopylae. The Swiss Guard were outnumbered 100-to-1 – and almost won.
"Longshot" is the title of the Madden franchise's first story – and it features the U.S. military's own "Longshot" football player, Green Beret Nate Boyer.
The world's largest Democracy fighting the world's largest Communist state would be a disaster for both sides – even without nuclear weapons.
Aisha Bakari Gombi is known as "Queen Hunter" for her skills in fighting and destroying terror cells in Nigeria. She says Boko Haram know and fear her.