Historians thought Navy corpsman John Bradley was in the photo, but researchers concluded he was not there and now say the sixth man was Marine PFC Harold Schultz.
A man in Wałbrzych, Poland– you know Wałbrzych, right?– went to digging in his garden and found a strongbox that a prior owner left behind.
The funeral was expected to only be attended by about three people, but once they took to social media for support, that number grew exponentially.
The 16-inch guns on the USS Massachusetts were used to plaster enemy ships and troops during World War II but are in need of some attention to last another 75 years.
U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Marcus Jett put the 1900 Morgan silver dollar and dog tag carried by his grandfather on D-Day back into the sand of Omaha Beach for the fist time in 72 years.
“I can’t believe that anything like this ever happened to me,” Holder said. “I faced almost five years in combat during the war and made it out alive.”
I love the look of my Remington M1903A3 but is the M1903A3 the best military bolt action rifle available or is it just a case of patriotic bias?
Although he thought he completed his studies over 60 years, the family of Alfonso Gonzales was recently informed he was actually one unit shy.
Freddie Oversteegen was just 14-years-old when she joined the Dutch resistance during the second World…
Oh yeah, World War II. That was the one with George Bush and Saddam whatever his name is, right? Nope, not even close.