It’s a photo published routinely: a bomb blast that’s left a mass of crumbled concrete, twisted steel, splintered wood and, often, victims. But it’s amid this chaos that explosives experts pore through minute fragments for clues to “the who and the how” of the bomb.
For years after Col. William O. Darby was killed in World War II, fellow soldiers would make a pilgrimage to his family's home just to talk to his mother about the fallen hero credited with forming the U.S. Army Rangers.
Senate proponents of a bill empowering Congress to review and potentially reject any Iran nuclear deal must first win a battle with some colleagues determined to change the legislation in ways that could sink it.
Dr. Carlton Savory was the chief medical officer on the 1980 top-secret U.S. military mission known as Operation Eagle Claw. Although it failed to rescue the American hostages in Iran, the Ranger Hall of Fame member contends the deaths of the eight servicemen weren't in vain.