Remains of Fallen WWII Soldier Identified Nearly 80 Years After His Death
The family of a fallen World War II hero from New York City can finally get a bit of closure, after the soldier’s remains were identified nearly 80 years after he died during the war.
WWII Veterans Return to Normandy to Mark D-Day, Urge Others to Be ‘Ever Vigilant'
The ceremonies pay tribute to the nearly 160,000 troops from Britain, the U.S., Canada and elsewhere who landed on French beaches on June 6, 1944, to restore freedom to Europe after Nazi occupation
What's the Difference Between Memorial Day and Veterans Day?
Veterans Day and Memorial Day both honor the U.S. military community, but both holidays serve different purposes.
Remains of Soldier Killed in WWII Returning to Massachusetts
An airman killed when he was shot down over Romania during World War II is returning to his home to Massachusetts nearly 80 years later. The remains of U.S. Army Air Forces Staff Sgt. Charles G. McMackin will arrive at Boston’s Logan International Airport on Friday night and a procession will bring them to city hall in his hometown...
Square Rededicated for Local WWII Veterans in Natick
WWII veterans Edward Radock and his late wife Anna were honored on Saturday, where the neighborhood square Radock has lived in for 70 years was rededicated in his name.
Meet a Surviving Member of the WWII Black Female Battalion Unit ‘Six Triple Eight'
Al Roker shares the history of the only all-female, all-Black unit sent overseas during World War II
Possible Relics of Lost WWII US Bomber, Crew Found in Italy
An archaeological dig in Sicily has uncovered traces of a lost World War II American heavy bomber shot down in 1943, and possible human remains that could lead to identification of five airmen whose bodies were never recovered.