On the morning of June 6, 1944, as history was being made off the coast of Normandy, Army Air Forces 2nd Lt. John Donald Mumford was flying his P-51 Mustang fighter through the skies over Romania. He was escorting a squadron of B-17 Flying Fortress bombers to an air raid on a German airfield.
The body rested more than 70 years in an American cemetery in France before researchers felt certain its story matched that of Capt. Albert Schlegel. The ace of Cleveland, Ohio. He was a local legend who had been declared killed in action in 1944 after flying a mission over France. Schlegel will be buried with full military honors in Beaufort National Cemetery at the end of March.
These are the amazing images of women working in the aircraft industry during the early years of World War II. The women were brought into the vital war industry to free up the men to fight the Axis powers.
When 14-year-old Daniel Kristiansen was assigned a World War II project for history class, his father jokingly suggested he look for a German plane that had allegedly crashed at the family farm. Well wouldn’t you know it, he actually found the damned thing—along with the dead airman’s remains. It’s being called one of the most sensational discoveries in recent times.
LIBERTY, Ind. – A fallen Indiana soldier will return home this week decades after leaving the Hoosier State to fight in the Korean War. Corporal Gerald I. “Bud” Shepler was officially listed as missing in action for decades. Shepler, a paratrooper with U.S.
Japan's royal couple on Thursday listened to the tearful stories of Vietnamese children who were abandoned by their Japanese soldier fathers after WWII, a symbolic meeting in Hanoi aimed at healing wounds between the former war foes. The 83-year-old Japanese emperor Akihito and his wife, Michiko
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