Latest "FDR" stories
Back when the Navy ran a North Carolina Coast Guard station and the Soviets were our allies.
By Jeff Hampton, The Virginian-Pilot
During World War II, many U.S. ships were sunk due to enemy action and sailors entered the water uninjured. Until the sharks arrived.
By Barbara Salazar Torreon, Congressional Research Service
The author believes one well-placed cruise missile or even a World War II torpedo could take out a modern aircraft carrier, but 90 years of success suggest these uniquely American weapons are here to stay.
By Geoffrey Norman, Military History Magazine
Famed for his heroics on screen, a Hollywood idol topped himself at war as leader of a band of seaborne deception specialists
By David Sears, World War II Magazine