Here’s a look at the World War I Museum and Memorial

The National World War I Museum and Memorial has over 300,000 artifacts in its collection.

Guam feels ‘full strength’ of Typhoon Mawar as storm approaches

The population of Guam, military and civilians alike, hunkered down in homes or emergency shelters as the eye of Typhoon Mawar loomed just off the island’s eastern coast.

Virginia War Memorial aims to preserve history

Ben King, operations director of the Virginia War Memorial, hosted an exhibit at the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War Commemoration in Washington, D.C., to discuss how the memorial honors and preserves history of veterans. 

US Army Center of Military History aims to preserve the past

The United States Army Center of Military History is responsible for the appropriate use of history and military records throughout the Army. Representatives attended the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War Commemoration held in Washington, D.C. Watch this video for details.

Mission POW-MIA encourages Americans to never forget

Members of Mission POW-MIA had a booth at the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War Commemoration held in Washington, D.C., to make sure people were still aware of those missing in action. Watch this video for details.

Hughes OH-6 Cayuse on display at Vietnam Commemoration

Vietnam War veteran Edmund Hughes talks about the Hughes OH-6 Cayuse helicopter which was on display during the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War Commemoration held in Washington, D.C.

Vietnam veterans welcomed home with commemoration marking anniversary of war’s end

The ceremony honoring the two men is part of a three-day “Welcome Home” commemoration to honor Vietnam veterans and mark the 50th anniversary of the signing of Paris Peace Accords in 1973 that ended the war.

A ‘Violent Storm’ of elephants: Stratotankers strut their stuff during MacDill AFB exercise

The 6th Air Refueling Wing, in collaboration with the 927th ARW and the 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, conducted Operation Violent Storm, which consisted of an “elephant walk” featuring 18 KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft.

Expedition discovers wreck of Japanese ‘hell ship’ that carried more than 1,000 POWs

Over the course of 16 days, an expedition tracked down the wreck of the SS Montevideo Maru at a depth of more than 13,000 feet.

Buedingen beckons: Centuries-old town’s charm comes with a short US Army past

Buedingen is a classic German town with half-timbered buildings, stone walls and tons of history. In Buedingen’s case, some of that history also involves the U.S. Army.

Video | Take a look at the US Army Armor & Cavalry Collection

The U.S. Army Armor & Cavalry Collection is responsible for preserving the Army’s cavalry and armor heritage, history and artifact collection.

Video | Take a look at the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center at Fort Benning

The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center is a museum located in Columbus, Ga., just outside the Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Benning.

Video | Wreath-laying ceremony honors Vietnam Veterans Day

The United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration hosted a wreath-laying ceremony at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on National Vietnam War Veterans Day, to thank and honor Vietnam veterans and to honor their legacy of service.

Marines christen new Camp Hansen gate complex meant to alleviate Okinawa traffic

The opening of a new gate at Camp Hansen marks the end of a massive construction project expected to relieve traffic on one of Okinawa’s busiest thoroughfares.

US military families make Girls’ Day at Zama Shrine a family tradition

Once a year, hundreds of ornate dolls decorate the steps of a Shinto shrine near the U.S. Army’s headquarters in Japan. For some service members, the bright displays evoke feelings of home.

Female 4-stars discuss sexism in the service, say the military is ‘much better’ for women now

All four of the U.S. military’s four-star female officers gathered in public for the first time to talk about the sexism that they have experienced in the service and how far women still must go before they’re fully integrated members of the armed forces.

‘Gallantry’: Biden presents Medal of Honor to retired Army Col. Paris Davis for his heroics in Vietnam

Retired Army Col. Paris Davis received the Medal of Honor nearly 60 years after the retired Green Beret boldly engaged enemy troops and rescued several wounded soldiers amid a bloody fight during the Vietnam War.

‘He likes the title of soldier’: Retired Army Col. Paris Davis to receive Medal of Honor on Friday

Fifty-eight years after retired Army Col. Paris Davis’s acts of heroism on the battlefield, the former Green Beret and Army Ranger is getting the U.S. military’s highest honor for his exemplary leadership and selflessness.