WWII Officer Who Trained First Black Marines Laid to Rest
Maj. Joseph Giesel, who trained the first black Marines during World War II, passed away in June of natural causes at the age of 94.
Vet Receives High School Diploma After Missing Ceremony on D-Day
Herman Zeitchik was in England preparing for the D-Day invasions when his fellow classmates received their diplomas on June 2, 1944.
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12 Medal of Honor Recipients From D-Day and Its Aftermath
Remembering the soldiers who sacrificed everything to bravely protect the lives of the men around them surrounding the events of D-Day.
A Salute To the Fallen: The 70th Anniversary of D-Day
Honoring the soldiers who stormed the beaches of Normandy and freed a continent on D-Day in June 1944.
The Higgins Boat: How World War II Was Won
As Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy 70 years ago during World War II, it was the Higgins Boat that paved the way for victory.
92-Year-Old Navy Veteran Gets Military Medals
A 92-year-old military veteran has finally received the medals he earned for serving in the Navy during World War II.
World War Supply WWII Japanese Oil Bottle & Canteen | New Products
World War Supply has released their World War II-era Japanese oil bottle and canteen.
Zippo D-Day 70th Anniversary Commemorative Lighter | New Product
Zippo is releasing a new limited edition D-Day 70th Anniversary commemorative lighter as a tribute to the courage of those who served on June 6, 1944.
Tuskegee Airman C. Alfred ‘Chief’ Anderson to be Honored with USPS Stamp
Tuskegee Airman C. Alfred “Chief” Anderson is set to be honored with a United States Postal Service stamp.