Thousands line the streets of downtown Pittsburgh Saturday morning to honor our veterans.
The remains of seven long missing World War II marines, including John Yeager of New Kensington, will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery Thursday.
More than 1,000 Jeeps will find their way to Butler this weekend. The Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival honors the first one of all. It was built in Butler on the cusp of World War II.
The Latrobe Fourth of July celebration is a tradition for many across the area, but this year it’s a bittersweet occasion as a special group of veterans ride in their final parade.
Few aircraft have achieved the stature and fame of the “Memphis Belle.” The Memphis Belle was the first American bomber to successfully complete 25 missions over enemy territory. Decades later, a popular film would introduce the bomber and her crew to a new generation.
It’s the 63d reunion for the men of the 95th infantry, who liberated a French city from Nazi forces in November, 1944. They were hailed as the “Iron Men of Metz.”
Police found a cache of weapons inside of a Brighton Heights home. A man described by neighbors as a recluse and a hoarder hasn’t been seen for several weeks.
Learn more about the WWII Veterans of Southwestern Pennsylvania Memorial Fund
Sixty-seven years after the allied invasion at Normandy, Michael Vernillo remembers it clearly.
An oral history produced by students at Linton Middle School presents mages of World War II, and the spoken memories of some who served. It’s a story told by a dwindling number of veterans. Sixteen […]
It is unusual to see a WWII era plane in its original condition, so to see three of them would be an unforgettable experience. The Wings of Freeedom air show is currently at the Allegheny […]