That this bell is in San Francisco rather than at the ocean floor near Guadalcanal is quite extraordinary
The grave site of the "Ghost," Lieutenant Colonel Matt Urban
The grave of George H Mallon, who had one particularly impressive day
Churchill's statue has one foot in the U.S., and one foot in the U.K., and for good reason.
For the incredible self-sacrifice soldiers are willing to make, thank you. And to their leaders, please be more careful than this.
In addition to "The Wall," there are many Vietnam Memorials, such as this one in Missoula, MT.
The flaming sword reflects the 2nd Division's first battle in response to a dire circumstance in World War I.
He lived a moment in history - but probably not exactly like we picture it.
How the U.S. Army and the British Royal Navy came oh-so-close to bullets flying because of a pig and a few potatoes ...
A gift from The Netherlands to the U.S. as a post-World War II 'thank you.'
The "first" Memorial Day took place about 3 years after the end of the Civil War, "with the hope that it will be kept up from year to year."
Twenty feet in elevation can make a very big difference in the view.
Anne Frank's White Horse Chestnut Tree sapling, in Boise
JFK, a war hero by chance, but a hero nonetheless.
The Vietnam Women's Memorial is an extraordinary work of art.
From the north edge of Fort Snelling National Cemetery in Minneapolis, you get a small taste of those who fought for US.
She second most decorated U.S. Navy Ship in World War II, exceeded only by the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Enterprise.
And then there were the 5 minutes one August morning when he grabbed defeat by its scrawny neck, and pulled victory from its clenched jaws.
The grave of Robert J. Pruden, whose last moments entailed "conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action ..."
Church from which the Alamo defenders were notified ... 'there will be no prisoners.'
Ships bells from the USS Minneapolis and USS Minnesota, which accompanied hundreds of sailors in harms way.
Their name liveth for evermore. The Airborne Cemetery, Oosterbeek, The Netherlands.
This Hidden Gem is a British Cannonball that has been lodged in a Copenhagen wall for over 200 years