Category: INSTANT ARTICLES

German light cruiser, the Karlsruhe, has been identified on the seabed 13 nautical miles off Norway 80 years after she was sunk during the invasion.…

A sailor killed on the USS Oklahoma when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, has been positively identified and his remains will…

WWII hero Group Captain Arthur Donaldson was a Spitfire ace in the 263 Squadron during World War II. He famously survived being hit in the…

Born in the summer of 1926 George Gaspard was to become a pioneering career soldier, breaking new ground in battlefield tactics and earning many decorations…

Kuno is a three-year-old Belgian Malinois who has retired from service as a military working dog with the Special Boat Service. He retired after injuries…

Female spy, Noor Inayat Khan, born in Moscow to Indian and US parents, made history in WWII when she became the first Muslim woman to…

WWII veteran Elizabeth Barker Johnson passed away at the age of 100 on Sunday. She received her diploma from Winston-Salem State University’s (WSSU) commencement ceremony…

Landfall, a 300 tonne D-Day Landing Craft, also known as LCT 7074 has been delivered to Southsea in the UK prior to delivery to a…

Are you looking for a private getaway, and happen to have a few million pounds stashed away? If so, perhaps the three Napoleonic-era forts built…

Make history when you spend the night on USS Cobia, our fully restored World War II submarine. “USS Cobia (SS 245) was launched November 28, 1943, in…

This year, a panel revisited the Australian Navy’s request to award the Victoria Cross to Ordinary Seaman Edward “Teddy” Sheean. On August 12th, they overturned…

The second round of a phased implementation of World War II inspired green service uniforms for the US Army will start this month, when all…