Cold War, Korea, 1949—1953.
Appetite makes different folks of us all.
Alex Steed remembers the night his dad almost became a murderer.
For 37 years more souls saw death by bullet than by war — and since, we’ve had Orlando, Las Vegas, Parkland and Jacksonville, besides daily murders.
Franny Choi talks about Korean heritage, American insensitivity, and the complex feelings of a torn identity.
The American dream has been defined down for Korean war deserter Philip Narby, a paranoid young man who may or may not be on a government mission to stop Castro
“I never knew who he killed all those years, but I knew who he tried to save…”
Veteran: One who wrote a blank check to Uncle Sam for up to and including their life.
You’ve heard of the famous racing ones: Seabiscuit, Secretariat, War Admiral. But there’s one horse– a decorated military hero– you haven’t heard of. It’s the story of Sgt. Reckless, the little chestnut Mongolian mare.
60 years after his plane was shot down during the Korean War, the Navy’s first black pilot may be coming home.
Marco Greenberg has come to the somewhat sad realization that he will never be as cool as his dad.
Have no fear, one company has the solution.
Mark Greene believes Americans need to rely less on guns and more on situational engagement.
Mark Ellis looks back, gratefully, on his father’s service.
In 1953, Corporal Edward Dickenson returned from a North Korean POW camp a hero. Only months later, he was serving a 10-year sentence for collaborating with the enemy.