To all 82nd Airborne brothers, no matter how much time has passed, what you have done for our freedom will never be forgotten.
It is a sad irony that “the man’s” life improves a little while so many around him suffer as they have never known before.
Army Maj. Gen. Joshua Chamberlain’s family had served in wars dating back to the American Revolution, so he had a great appreciation for the military. When the Civil War broke out in 1861.
The plane’s communications system was destroyed, and the oxygen system throughout much of the plane had been knocked out, causing the plane’s waist, tail and radio gunners to lose consciousness.
Having massive amounts of artillery land all around you must be terrifying, but for Army 2nd Lt. Lee Hartell, it didn’t keep him from doing his job in Korea.
In World War I, “no man’s land” marked the spot between Allied and enemy trenches where cruel and deadly battles often took place. It was called “no man’s land” for a reason…
When Garman saw the wounded soldiers were in extreme danger, he jumped into the river and towed the boat to safety as the Germans continued to fire.
As an infantryman in World War II, Army Pvt. Pedro Cano used a shoulder-fired rocket launcher to take out more than 19 enemy soldiers and several machine guns terrorizing American troops.
One hundred years ago, on February 17, 1919, the African-American 369th Infantry Regiment, popularly known as the Harlem Hell Fighters, marched up Fifth Avenue into Harlem in a massive victory parade
Directed by Purple Heart Recipient, Lionhearted Project Includes Short Films, Art, and Website Sharing Reality of a Veteran’s Return.
AmmoLand digs deep into our collection of historic photos. In this series photographer, Alfred T. Palmer highlights the dedication & effort put forth by women workers leading up to and during WWII.
Thanks to veterans who have done military Christmas in the past. The new troops continue the tradition, to make our freedom last.
As late as April of 1947, pitiful remnants of the once-powerful Japanese garrison on the Pacific island of Peleliu, unexpectedly attacked a US Marine patrol.
Mossy Oak Capture Digital Productions presents a new digital mini-series titled “Honor.” The purpose of “Honor” is to acknowledge the service men & women of this great country…
That’s when we were proud ‘citizens,’ not dysphoric, expendable ‘sheep,’ groveling under the uncaring thumb of our socialist shepherds…
Exercise Tiger was a disastrous tragedy, where nearly one thousand troopers were killed, mostly Americans, via friendly fire and gumptious enemy action.
Burned over more than sixty-five percent of his body, Don and his gunnery team miraculously escaped the inferno; using their charred hands, they climbed across a seventy-foot-long rope…
The least all of us can do is to honor the incredible sacrifices each & everyone of our Veterans have given back to all of us. Rest assured we will never, ever forget.
In case memories are short, here are some comments from a friend and fellow warrior/veteran who fought valiantly against Communists in Africa in the 1970s and 1980s
Our Veteran’s contributed to the blessings of liberty that allow even highly contested elections like the one America just experienced to resolve in a peaceful and orderly fashion.