Letters In Dallas Man's Secret Dresser Drawer Tell Horrific Story About German Family During WWIIThis is the (until now) untold story through letters found in a Dallas man's dresser, of a family that lived through World War II only to all die a week before the war ended.
The Big Challenge After 75th Anniversary D-Day Tribute: Keeping The Memory AliveIn all, 2,501 Americans were among the 4,414 Allied troops killed on those beaches.
Fort Worth’s Last Tuskegee Airman Robert McDaniel Laid To RestRobert Tennerson McDaniel lived to be 96 years old and leaves behind a rich legacy of service and love for family and community.
Tuskegee Airman From North Texan John Flanagan, Jr. Honored For His Service: 'You Are A Hero, A True American Hero'His church family in Forest Hill, Texas is making sure John Flanagan, Jr., 95, knows just how much his service means to his country and his community in this weeks The Ones For Texas.
Remains Of World War II Pilot From Texas Located, IdentifiedThe Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency on Friday announced confirmation of the remains of 21-year-old Army Air Forces 2nd Lt. Hulen A. Leinweber of Houston.
Remains Of Navy Fireman Killed During Pearl Harbor Attack Return To North TexasAlbert Utley Kane was killed when the battleship USS Oklahoma was torpedoed and sunk during the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
2 Dead In Texas Crash Of Vintage World War II Fighter PlaneTwo people were killed when a vintage World War II fighter plane crashed into the parking lot of an apartment complex in Fredericksburg, Texas Saturday, a state police spokesman said.
Sailor Killed In 1941 At Pearl Harbor To Be Buried In DallasA 26-year-old Fort Worth sailor killed during the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor will be buried in Dallas on the 77th anniversary of the attack.
North Texas Communities Honor VeteransThe Tarrant County Veterans Day Parade rolled through downtown Fort Worth honoring the centennial of World War I and the establishment of Armistice Day.
WWII Veteran Celebrates 100th Birthday, Named Citizen Of The DayA North Texas World War II veteran celebrated his 100th birthday Saturday afternoon and talked about his life and what he went through in the midst of the celebration.
Remains Of Texas WWII Soldier To Be Returned To FamilyThe Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency on Tuesday announced the remains of Army Sgt. James K. Park of Beaumont will be buried Saturday in Barry, Texas.
Crews Deactivate Floating Nuclear Plant At Texas PortCrews in Galveston have completed work on a World War II-era military cargo ship that previously served as a barge-mounted nuclear reactor.
Soviet Tank Topples Over At Military ParadeThe incident was shot on video by an onlooker who was attending a military parade to commemorate 75th anniversary of the World War II Battle of Kursk.
Rocking Chair Among Iconic JFK Memorabilia Being AuctionedSome of the most iconic items associated with the late President John F. Kennedy are now on the auction block. That includes a rocking chair that JFK used in the Oval Office.
14 Aboard Vintage World War II Plane Escape Texas CrashEight people were hurt but all 14 aboard a vintage World War II plane survived after the aircraft crashed while taking off from a Texas airport.