history An Oral History Boom: Hundreds of Groups Are Recording Veterans' Stories By Cathy Carter • Feb 19, 2019 Cathy Carter / American Homefront Encouraged by a Library of Congress initiative, volunteers and non-profit groups around the country are recording and preserving veterans' voices. Podcast Shines New Light On The History Of White Supremacy In The Military By Libby Denkmann & Steve Walsh • Jan 24, 2019 In 1976, 13 Marines were jailed after they burst into a room at Camp Pendleton and attacked the men inside. The attackers thought they were confronting Ku Klux Klan members. But they had mistakenly entered the wrong room. Remembering A Near Disaster: U.S. Accidentally Drops Nuclear Bombs On Itself And Its Allies By Jay Price • Jun 5, 2018 U.S. Air Force During the Cold War, U.S. planes accidentally dropped nuclear bombs on the east coast, in Europe, and elsewhere. "Dumb luck" prevented a historic catastrophe. Scientists Open Film Vault of American Nuclear Tests Lawrence Livermore Laboratory is restoring and preserving the most complete collection of films from America’s role in the era of above-ground nuclear testing.