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‘MERRILL’S MARAUDERS’ EARN CONGRESSIONAL GOLD MEDAL
CALIFORNIA AIR GUARDSMEN AWARDED DFCS FOR RESCUE
WWII GERMAN CRUISER FOUND OFF NORWAY
D-DAY ‘THEME PARK’ SPARKS CONTROVERSY
BRITISH FIGHTING DOG EARNS DICKIN MEDAL
COVID AID COMING FOR HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS
HONOR REGAINED • “Success always demands a greater effort,” said Winston Churchill. That bit of wisdom has proved especially true on the battlefield, as evinced by the following famed commanders, who rose from defeat to sweet triumph.
Interview Tracking Agent Sonya
Valor A Wing and a Prayer
What We Learned From… The Battle of Schmidt, 1944
Hardware M4A3E8 Sherman
UNDER THE HAMMER • Surging across the Pyrenees in the 7th century, Muslims faced an immovable Frankish foe in Charles Martel
A METHOD TO HIS MADNESS • Tasked with suppressing a nationalist insurgency in the East Indies, Turkish-born Dutch commando Raymond Westerling proved brutally successful
TO HELL WEEK AND BACK • It takes intensive training and far more determination to earn the coveted golden trident of a U.S. Navy SEAL
NOT IN COLORADO ANYMORE • Young American cattle rancher Franklin Nash risked life and limb in the Pacific as a member of Australia’s covert Coastwatchers
BLACK HAWK’S FOLLY • In the last action linked to the War of 1812 Missouri Rangers cornered Sauk warriors atop a bluff overlooking the Mississippi floodplain
A MARINE ON THE NILE • George English resigned his commission, converted to Islam and joined an Egyptian campaign upriver to Nubia—but to what end?
Black Jack’s Men
Hallowed Ground Jasenovac Concentration Camp, Croatia