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Specially painted A-10C flying over Normandy.

The US Air Force flew a specially painted A-10 over Normandy to mark 74 years since D-Day

The A-10 is from the 107th Fighter Squadron, which took part in the D-Day invasion.

D-Day was a turning point for the free world — and Trump should take lessons for his ‘America First’ platform

Opinion: President Ronald Reagan's remarkable Pointe du Hoc speech carries lessons about honor and valor that hold true today.D-Day was a turning point for the free world. It still is.

These haunting photo overlays capture the horrors of D-Day

The D-Day invasion, code named Operation Overlord, was the largest seaborne invasion in history.

D-Day: Here’s how the Allies began to reclaim Europe from the Nazis

On the morning of June 6, 1944, Allied troops waded ashore at Normandy and began to wrest Western Europe away from Nazi Germany.

75 years ago, US troops threw the Japanese off North American soil in a frigid, ‘forgotten’ World War II battle

The fighting on frigid and windswept Attu Island was the only battle in North American during World War II, and even though the brutal fighting has faded from memory, the US troops who were there remember it all too vividly.

The next big ‘Battlefield’ game returns to World War II and makes some major gameplay changes — here’s what we know

"Battlefield 5" is the latest entry in the long-running "Battlefield" series. It's scheduled to launch on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on October 19.

America’s oldest living WWII veteran just turned 112 — and he smokes 12 cigars a day

Richard Overton, America's oldest World War II veteran and oldest man in America, turned 112 years old on Friday.
The surviving crew of USS Lexington, sunk by the Japanese in the Coral Sea, abandon ship. Sailors slide down ropes and are picked up by small boats; the destroyer, right, is picking up the sick and wounded.

It’s been 76 years since the World War II battle that set the stage for Japan’s defeat — and changed naval warfare forever

On May 7 and May 8, 1942, Allied forces handed Japan its first setback in the Pacific during World War II in a battle that marked the first time two opposing naval forces never came within sight of each other.

Hitler died 73 years ago today — here’s how newspapers around the world reacted

When Adolf Hitler died by suicide in on April 30, 1945, it took newspapers two full days to confirm the news. By May 2, several newspapers reacted with bold, full-page headlines, and in some cases, cheery delight.

Amazing uncovered photos of famed war journalist Ernie Pyle show a rarely seen side of World War II

The Pulitzer Prize winning journalist was known for his intimate stories that highlighted the experiences of the "average" soldier.