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Neil Armstrong getting suited up for his Gemini 8 mission. This is where he learned orbital docking for the moon mission. March, 1966.

Marcus Luttrell | Marcus Luttrell | U.S. Navy SEAL | Lone Survivor Author

Marcus Luttrell | U.S. Navy SEAL | Lone Survivor Author

Mike Thornton...Medal of Honor SEAL. Michael Thornton was one of only 15 U.S. Navy personnel, (three of them SEALs), who received the Medal of Honor for their heroic actions during the Vietnam War. He is also the only recipient in over a century to save the life of another Medal of Honor recipient – SEAL Lieutenant Thomas Norris – who had performed heroic, lifesaving actions of his own just months earlier. Both men are still alive and well today.

Michael Thornton -- Academy of Achievement Photo Credit

The Man. Flight Director Gene Kranz.

Boot Campaign Celebrity Supporters, Marcus Luttrell (Navy SEAL Ret.) and Randy "The Natural" Couture (Army Veteran) are in need of your help! #BootBrawl is a way for these two amazing Veterans to raise awareness and support for their brothers and sisters in arms thru Boot Campaign! Will you join #TeamLuttrell or #TeamCouture and help them accomplish their mission to #GiveBack? Visit for more information!

Sergeant John Basilone, awarded the Medal of Honor for his determined stand on Guadalcanal.

World War II Today

Band of Brothers' "Wild Bill" Guarnere passed away at the age of 90. Rest in peace hero.

Sid Phillips, with E. B. Sledge on Peleliu. He was also on Ken Burns' documentary, "The War"

Conversation with Sid Phillips

E.B. Sledge..Dads friend..A Marine

Alabama man's memoir used in HBO's 'The Pacific'

U.S. WW II veteran Clarence Mac Evans, 87, from West Virginia, who landed in Normandy on June 6, 1944, with the 29th infantery division, walks among the graves at the Colleville American military cemetery, in Colleville sur Mer, western France, Wednesday June 6, 2012, before the start of the ceremony commemorating the 68th anniversary of the D-Day. Clarence MacEvans is searching for the tombs of 17 of his fellows who died on D Day.

My friend JT.

Exclusive Interview With Extortion 17 SEAL’s Father – The Scandal That Led To The “Worst Loss Of Life In The Afghan War” .....

Fearless World War Two woman spy who slipped into occupied Norway aboard a submarine before becoming Bletchley Park codebreaker dies aged 91 Received Bletchley Park Badge and The Freedom of Bletchley Park honour for her 'vital work' in Second World War Kept code-breaking work secret - even from her family - until last year Operations helped famous sabotage attack by 'Heroes of Telemark', immortalised in 1965 film After mission was over Sigrid Green walked from Norway to Sweden.

Women at Los Alamos working on IBM punched card tabulating machines.

Richard Feynman's Los Alamos security badge photograph

The Faces of Project Y

Incredible family! Ken, Carolyn, Dylan, Daryl. The Barth Clan

Joel Lambert from Lone Target on the Discovery Channel!

UNBREAKABLE: A Navy SEAL's Way of Life by Thom Shea (Clovercroft Publishing) #books

J. Robert Oppenheimer, born on April 22, 1904, was the scientific director of the Manhattan Project, the World War II project that developed the first nuclear weapons. He strongly opposed the development of the hydrogen bomb, however, and in 1953 was suspended from secret nuclear research as an alleged communist sympathizer, a case backed by Edward Teller. In 1963 he was reinstated and awarded the Enrico Fermi Award.

Lt. Murphy was part of Operation Red Wings (read Marcus Luttrell's account in "Lone Survivor"), and heroically gave his life in an attempt to save the men in his team. A documentary about his life, "Murph: The Protector," will premiere March 22, 2013.

Former Navy SEAL and Lone Survivor Marcus Luttrell With His Friend Mohammad Gulab who saved his life during Operation Red Wing. A beautiful friendship.