War Hero’s Family Suing in Its Decades-Long Fight to Identify Remains

By DAVE PHILIPPS May 29, 2017 In the early days of World War II, a baby-faced West Point graduate with a rifle in one hand and a tommy gun in the other made a one-man attack in the Philippines against the invading Japanese that altered the course of the war....

Carl Clark, Black WWII Hero Who Was Denied Bravery Medal, Dies at 100

More than six decades after World War II, Mr. Clark was recognized with a medal for saving several lives when Japanese kamikazes attacked a ship near Okinawa in 1945.