Los Banos Internment Camp: The Patty Kelly Stevens Story

On February 23, 1945, the U.S. Army Airborne and Filipino guerrilla task force combined their efforts to liberate 2,147 Allied civilian and military internees from Los Banos Internment Camp, a …

The History of the Monuments Men

The Nazis War on Culture: “Degenerate Art” The fate of the 11 million victims of the Holocaust was shaped by Nazi propaganda and the “weaponization” of art during the mid-1920s …

The Angels in Red Hats: MACV Team 162

The story of the Vietnamese Airborne Advisory Detachment is in many ways a study of America’s best efforts to support the democratic state of South Vietnam. The detachment, later known …

Pathfinders: First on French Soil

Shortly after midnight on 6 June 1944, a group of low-flying C-47 aircraft crossed over the French coast. Eight minutes later, Captain Frank L. Lillyman, leader of the 101st Airborne …

5 Facts About the U.S. Special Forces

Read below to discover some interesting facts about the U.S. Special Forces. Primary Special Forces Missions Did you know that Special Forces Soldiers are trained to perform several key missions? …

The History of the Triple Nickles

“The history of the Triple Nickles is an untold chapter in black social history. The high professional standards of the men of the 555th, their skill in airborne operations, fearlessness …

Famous Actors That Were Army Veterans

Uncle Fester of The Addams Family was “creepy,” “kooky,” “altogether ooky,” and an Army Veteran Did you known Jackie Coogan, who played ‘Uncle Fester’ on the 1960s sitcom, The Addams Family, …