Lt. Vernon Baker: Warrior of the Week

Lt. Vernon Baker: Warrior of the Week

In the spring of 1945, Vernon Baker survived an assault on a mountain fortress that left most of his platoon slaughtered. The following day, he volunteered to lead a second team to attack the German-occupied fortress; this time, he would not be denied.

Abraham Lincoln's First Inaugural Address

Abraham Lincoln's First Inaugural Address

On this day in 1861, Abraham Lincoln delivered his First Inaugural Address. A look back on arguably Lincoln's most underrated presidential speech.

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25 KEY SPRING FOOTBALL STORYLINES

Scout counts down the compelling stories to watch this spring in college football.

Dogs of War

Dogs of War

Long before they were trained for official duty, canines were heroes to the soldiers they loved.

On Board the USS Ronald Reagan

On Board the USS Ronald Reagan

On this day in 2001, the USS Ronald Reagan was christened with a champagne bottle in Newport News, Virginia, by Nancy Reagan and President George W. Bush. A look a the Nimitz-Class supercarrier.

Browning's M2 .50 Caliber 'Ma Deuce'

Browning's M2 .50 Caliber 'Ma Deuce'

The Browning M2 .50 Caliber Machine Gun is one of the longest serving weapons in American history. It has been used in every major American conflict since World War II, and today it can be found in the arsenals of more than 100 countries worldwide.