In War

The Bataan Death March

Following the 9 April 1942 American surrender of Bataan, 76,000 American and Philippine troops were force-marched 65 miles to a prisoner-of-war camp with minimal food, water, (MORE)
In Ships

USS Ticonderoga (CV-14)

Launched in 1944 the USS Ticonderoga was an Essex-class aircraft carrier that saw action in WW2 and Vietnam. Post-Vietnam, she recovered the astronauts from the Apollo 16 and (MORE)
In War

The Winter of Valley Forge

The 1777-1778 winter at Valley Forge is historically considered the low point of America's fight for independence due to the living conditions and lack of food. However the tr (MORE)
In War

Boston's "Freedom Trail"

The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile long red brick path through downtown Boston, MA. that enable people to visit 16 historical sites significant to the Revolutionary War including (MORE)