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...
Marijuana may get more use as a treatment for PTSD and other medical issues as more than 90 percent of veterans support marjuana use and development.
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!
These books are written by the brave men and women who fought on the front lines, as well as those intrepid reporters who documented war in person.
For three days, volunteers read the names of all 58,318 Americans killed during the Vietnam War. This event takes place every five years.
Over 18 million veterans now have the added benefit of being able to shop in the online store for the post and base exchanges, through the AAFES website.
When Ryan "Birdman" Parrott left the Navy after serving eight years as a SEAL, he had no idea an encounter with an Army Ranger would lead to a new mission.
A veteran visiting Section 60 of Arlington Cemetery came across and old man walking alone among the graves – It was Defense Secretary James Mattis.
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.
General George S. Patton is featured in an intricate stained glass work in his old hometown church along with Saint George slaying a dragon.