The Forgotten Battles of the Harlem Hellfighters

If the story of World War I is to be properly told, it should start and finish with this all-Black regiment that saved Paris from German occupation and helped kick off the Harlem Renaissance

The Agent Orange of the 9/11 Generation

Joe Biden has blamed burn pits for son Beau’s brain cancer. Now, veterans dying from the same exposure are hoping the president-elect acts quickly

How the World’s Strongest Amputee Lifts All That Record-Setting Weight

‘I channel my rage. And this rage isn’t about the injury I suffered in Afghanistan. The rage I channel arises from the pain I know I’ll experience when I attempt the lift.’

What Does Military Service Look Like for a Gen Z Soldier?

As struggling recruiters scramble to understand memes and neck tattoos, two active duty service members give us their view of being 22 and in uniform