Over half a million visitors per year come to the D.C. metro area to view the Corps’ proud 238-year history. More »
Eight-square-mile Iwo Jima became the focus for some of the most intense fighting of World War II. More »
Joe Rosenthal of the Associated Press captured an iconic moment in World War II history on the island of Iwo Jima. More »
The invention of an American businessman found an unintended purpose and changed the conduct of amphibious warfare during World War II. More »
For over seventy years, Marine Corps misidentified two men who raised the first flag on Iwo Jima. More »
Young Franklin Sousley was an ordinary Marine caught up in an extraordinary moment on Iwo Jima. More »
From Iwo Jima to Vietnam, Dickey Chapelle would follow the U.S. Marines with her camera, Ka-Bar and courage, up until her fateful last assignment. More »
For over a century and a half, combat photographers have taken extraordinary risks to document the true horrors of war. More »
From the Colmar to the Rhine, Sergeant Carl Erickson fought World War II as a tank driver with the 12th Armored Division.
Pressured to pry General Joseph E. Johnston from Kennesaw Mountain in June 1864, Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman suffered a bloody repulse.
During WWII, the unique civilian organization did much to boost the morale of soldiers at home and abroad.