No one knows how or when exactly, but The Duke survived a Soviet hit squad when Joseph Stalin labeled him the biggest threat to global Communism.
Buy a few beers or earn their trust by shouting "O-H," and the locals may tell you about the alien bodies, ghosts, and secret tunnels the Air Force hides.
The 70s fad didn't make its debut on a famous red carpet or in an elegant fashion show — it's the invention of the U.S. Navy. And it's awesome.
On the surface, everything about this next-generation rifle made it seem like the ideal replacement for the US Army's M-16s and M4 carbines.
This is why you should always be skeptical of anyone who calls themselves 'Mahdi,' 'Messiah,' or "Dear Leader." They get people to do stupid things.
American troops trained at For Sherman's Jungle Warfare Training School for decades before it closed. It was not training for the lighthearted.
In an era where dogfighting and bombing runs were critical to success on the ground, these pilots did everything they could to do their part.
Three incredible stories of bravery and heroism from paratroopers in one of America's most brutal wars. One of them even survived to receive it.
The communists used human wave tactics as a preferred combat method. These American troops were determined to take down as many enemies as possible.
To give the U.S. more leverage at the negotiating table, President Nixon ordered the most devastating bombing of North Vietnam yet on Christmas of '72.
A Soviet citizen trying to defect sparked one of the biggest exchanges of gunfire between UN and North Korean forces at the DMZ since the Korean War.
“There are more of them than there are us,” Lt. John Fox – a forward observer behind Axis lines – said after giving his own coordinates. “Fire it.”
These Army paratroopers were responsible for cracking "The Gibraltar of the East" – and they did, allowing MacArthur's famous return to the Philippines.