These veterans from all five branches beat out hundreds of applicants to become the Mission: Music Finalists and now they need your votes!
Most kids grow up wanting to someday be a Navy SEAL or an astronaut. This sailor may soon fulfill his dream of being both.
Marine Corps boot camp is a slice of hell that turns civilians into modern-day Marines.
More than three in four of American surveyed who know something about the branches have overall favorable views of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, or Coast Guard, according to Gallup.
The icon of Desert Storm and the War on Terror must know its days are numbered in lieu of the new Joint Light Tactical Vehicles.
Once American forces crossed the Rhine in March 1945, it became an all-out sprint for Berlin. This is where the 83rd would earn its to notoriety.
Hiroshi Miyamura looked like he might pass his time in obscurity until North Korea charged across the 38th Parallel on June 25, 1950. Heroics ensued.
At the turn of the 20th Century, Cpl. Calvin Pearl Titus, a bugler from Company E famously said, “I’ll try, sir,” when asked to scale an enemy wall.
These are the untold stories of the brave men who stayed behind and made the miraculous evacuation of over 300,000 Allies at Dunkirk possible.
Most military units have a motto -- some of them are even pretty cool. But the greatest unit mottos are forged in the crucible of combat.
As Third Army broke free of the restrictive hedgerows, Patton showed that he was truly a master of maneuver warfare and combined arms tactics.
When Saddam Hussein ordered the invasion of Kuwait, the Marines were one of the first units to respond in a 100-hour engagement over 100 miles.
In early 1943, the 1st Ranger Battalion, known as Darby’s Rangers, was still relatively unknown and rather untested. All of that was about to change.
It’s not every day that the mild-mannered janitor at your school turns out to be a bad ass World War II hero and Medal of Honor recipient.