In November 1943, United States Armed Forces launched a across-the-beach infantry attack on the heavily fortified Japanese-held atoll of Tarawa.
In December of 1944, the seemingly defeated Germans secretly mustered 600,000 battle-hardened troops into an all-out offensive to capture Antwerp.
The city of Hue, South Vietnam, was the site of one of the fiercest battles of the Vietnam War. 2500 U.S. Marine battalions defeated overwhelming enemy troops.
Witness the courage of an undermanned marine rifle company, hastily called to serve their country in 1950 at the start of the Korean War.
Taking an otherwise nondescript hill on the embattled island of Okinawa by Charlie Company proved to be one of the most incredible battles of WWII.
When Colonel MacFarland arrived in Iraq's deadliest city, Al-Qaeda has declared Ramadi the capital of a new caliphate. This is the story of America's response.