Numbers were randomly assigned to birthdays across a given year. The lowest numbers were picked first. Would you have been drafted to go to Vietnam?
Advertising can really impact recruitment for the military. For better or for worse, here are some of the Army's most memorable slogans...
The Holidays, like a hyped-up drill sergeant, are upon you. Don't you wish you had a 12-day guide to the best vet-made gifts around? Ho! Ho! Hoorah!
Kamikaze pilots commonly struck fear in the hearts of allied troops with their choreographed nose-dives right into U.S. ships during World War II.
A WW2 veteran, with a long line of military service in his family, recalls his time in Germany guarding Nazi prisoners-of-war after the war had ended.
Advances in how wounded were removed from the battlefield helped increase chances of surviving a combat wound in Vietnam. The reason was the Huey.
The Vulcano system turns a round from a five-inch gun into a miniature anti-ship missile with a range of just over 43 nautical miles using radar tracking.
We speak with the author of "Pale Horse" about his time commanding an aviation task force and what it was like on the COP when Bergdahl walked off.
From the flag raising at Iwo Jima to kicking down doors in Fallujah, it's pretty much a guarantee that a Navy Corpsman was right there next to the Marines.
Veterans and service members have a unique connection to military films for all sorts of various reasons other than great characters and storylines.
Author Mack Maloney interviews his father-in-law, Dick Kennedy, who enlisted in the Marines as a teenager during WWII — and then went back to high school.