A WWII Soviet soldier, after the fall of Berlin, parachuted onto an enemy airfield where he was captured by more than 3,500 Japanese troops. Game over? Not even.
When you think of the American space industry, you probably think of California or Florida. Think again.
The drop in military recruitment numbers for one of Europe’s leading economies could stem from private sector competition.
Nearly 400,000 proud African-Americans served a country in World War I that was incapable of honoring their service.
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- True Story
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- Fast Forward
Despite legal restrictions, several American bases and police departments are using controversial Chinese security cameras.
The Abraham Lincoln Brigade was an army of volunteers … but its members weren’t revered like other troops.
- Need to Know
They may look like a bunch of kids just having fun, but make no mistake: They are among America’s finest.