As America marks the 70-year anniversary of Japan's surrender -- marking the official end of World War II -- we honor all of those who served through stories of sacrifice and struggle.
Veterans Affairs estimates that 5,340 World War II veterans live in Nebraska, but that number is quickly dwindling.
Women were not allowed to take part in World War II combat unless they were medics, but they played important roles in other ways.
Today’s forecast: cloudy, with a chance of nostalgia.
For six months, Max Wilson lived in a Swiss internment camp and, every day, he planned his escape.
FAIRBURY -- A queasy stomach kept Freddie Drexler grounded during World War II.
Bill Bush would watch the British war planes gather in the morning above his camp, near Land's End, to cross the English Channel for the fight…
ADAMS -- One of two living Nebraskans designated as an ace pilot, Don McPherson considers himself a lucky man.
Despite surviving the battle of Iwo Jima and a kamikaze attack on the USS McClelland, veteran Pete Jensen didn't feel the personal effects of …