WWII Pilot Fends Off His Injured Comrade to Finish Mission

This MoH recipient spent more than two hours flying a damaged World War II bomber with one hand on the controls and the other on his injured copilot, who was fighting his every move.

WWII Pilot Fends Off His Injured Comrade to Finish Mission WWII Pilot Fends Off His Injured Comrade to Finish Mission

Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Marks 69th Anniversary

The U.S. is a global power, and the U.S. military requires a global viewpoint. That was the reasoning behind establishing the Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 69 years ago.

Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Marks 69th Anniversary Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Marks 69th Anniversary

It’s the DoD’s Birthday! The Name, Anyway…

Our military has been around for more than 200 years, but the DoD is just turning 69. Why? Click here to find out.

It’s the DoD’s Birthday! The Name, Anyway… It's the DoD's Birthday! The Name, Anyway...

This Man’s Lawless Gov’t Wanted Him Dead, So He Became a U.S. Soldier

He fled from a destabilized Haiti and built himself a life as a U.S. soldier. Retired Army Capt. Jean Jeudy has quite the story to tell.

This Man’s Lawless Gov’t Wanted Him Dead, So He Became a U.S. Soldier This Man’s Lawless Gov’t Wanted Him Dead, So He Became a U.S. Soldier

Legendary MoH Pilot Gets Posthumous Rank Advancement

One of the military’s most decorated service members recently earned another accolade years after his death.

Legendary MoH Pilot Gets Posthumous Rank Advancement Legendary MoH Pilot Gets Posthumous Rank Advancement
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This MoH recipient spent more than two hours flying a damaged World War II bomber with one hand on the controls and the other on his injured copilot, who was fighting his every move.
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The U.S. is a global power, and the U.S. military requires a global viewpoint. That was the reasoning behind establishing the Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 69 years ago.
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Our military has been around for more than 200 years, but the DoD is just turning 69. Why? Click here to find out.
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He fled from a destabilized Haiti and built himself a life as a U.S. soldier. Retired Army Capt. Jean Jeudy has quite the story to tell.
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One of the military’s most decorated service members recently earned another accolade years after his death.
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As the U.S. gets set to accept possible remains of men killed during the Korean War, the DPAA says similar transfers in the past have helped many families find closure.
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The Korean War ended 65 years ago, not with a peace treaty but with an armistice. So what exactly does that mean?
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Here’s a lesson in the origin and duties of the Joint Chiefs and how they support national security.
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The military tries to offer R&R whenever possible to service members, but did you know there’s a whole hotel ready to serve you and your family in Hawaii?
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