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It's been 79 years since D-Day landings. How experts say we'll continue to honor WWII veterans

The number of World War II veterans, especially those who participated in the Normandy invasion on D-Day, is dwindling.

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Why Are There So Many Kosher Chinese Restaurants?

Here’s what we know: Jews eat Chinese food. North American Jews did so in the early 20th century, when Ashkenazi ...

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SR-71 Blackbird Pilot recalls When He Buzzed the Tower of Sacramento Airport with the Afterburners Lit

‘“Beautiful, beautiful, come back and do another one,” the tower controller said,’ Maury Rosenberg, SR-71 Blackbird pilot.

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B-52: The Air Force Bomber That Could Fly for 100 Years?

Even after nearly 70 years in service, the United States Air Force's B-52 Stratofortress remains the workhorse of the bomber fleet.

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Russia vs. Ukraine: A War in the Sky Like No Other

The world’s air forces will study what’s happening in and over Ukraine during this war and surely come to some important conclusions.

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CONFIRMED: Soccer Is the Greatest Threat to Freedom and Democracy

What happened: FIFA, the international soccer federation, refused to let the Danish national team practice in shirts promoting "human rights for all" at the World Cup, which begins later this month in Qatar.

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The Rise and Fall of Concorde, the Midcentury Supersonic Jetliner That Still Inspires Awe Today

The popularity of the phrase 'style over substance' has encouraged us to assume an inherent and absolute divide between those concepts. But as the most ambitious works of man remind us, style pushed to its limits its substance, and vice versa.

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Bandit Run celebrates 45th anniversary of 'Smokey and the Bandit' in Texarkana | Texarkana

TEXARKANA, Ark. - It's been 45 years since a black and gold Pontiac Trans Am tore across the south, on a bootlegging mission in the hit movie "Smokey in the

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Why anti-Zionism and antisemitism are inextricably linked

  For centuries, Jews have debated who belongs to our community. While embracing a more inclusive Jewish world is an

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Why even the most advanced fighter jets still have internal guns

The most advanced jet in the world are still equipped with internally mounted guns for threats that high-tech weapons can't counter.

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6 Strange Maritime Mysteries | Mental Floss

From the Bermuda Triangle to the Mary Celeste, here are some of the most puzzling enigmas of the deep.

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US Army's new uniforms have been modelled on those from WWII & designed to honor 'the greatest generation'

Soldiers and officers were measured up for the dark-green jackets and pants for the first time this week as the uniform was rolled out in several units across the US.

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Finding America at a Back-Roads Gas Station – American Greatness

DICKERSON, Md.—Everything happens for a reason.

At least that's what people tell you when your plans go south.

Driving from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C., recently, I did as I nearly always do: I clicked the "avoid highways" option on Google Maps and c

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The New York City Subway in the 1970s: The Photos

The MTA gives New Yorkers plenty to complain about these days, but hey: at least they got rid of all that graffiti (and crime).