Army ArtiFACTS — Episode 9 — Women in History

During Memorial Day Weekend 2022, The Army Historical Foundation screened the documentary “Sunken Roads: Three Generations After D-Day” and hosted Q&A sessions with the filmmaker, Charlotte Juergens.

Army ArtiFACTS — Episode 8 — Pearl Harbor Heroes

On this episode of Army Artifacts, learn about Army pilots Kenneth Taylor and George Welch who, while still wearing their tuxedos from the night before, jumped into their P-40s to face enemy aircraft on December 7th, 1941.

Unit: The 2d Cavalry Division

One of the least known U.S. Army formations of World War II was the 2d Cavalry Division, which enjoyed the dubious distinction of being inactivated twice.

Museum Spotlight: The Global War Gallery

The Global War Gallery will tell the story of the Army’s operations around the globe during World War II.  Occupying 6,500 square feet, it will be the largest within the […]

Kazuo Yamane

By Matthew J. Seelinger During World War II, thousands of Japanese-American soldiers proudly served in the U.S. Army. These men, known as Nisei (second generation Japanese born in the United […]

Lieutenant General Leslie R. Groves, Jr.

Written By: Patrick Feng Since the end of World War II, there has been a significant amount of literature on the Manhattan Project.  The effort to develop the atomic bomb […]

China-Burma-India Theater Artwork

The China-Burma-India (CBI) Theater of World War II offered a new set of challenges for U.S. forces.  Often referred to as the “Forgotten Theater,” the CBI had a unique feel […]


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