Tonight, the remarkable story of the assassination of Martin Luther King and the desperate search for his killer which was (and remains to this day) the biggest, most extensive manhunt ever conducted, and the first to use forensic techniques.
The remarkable story of the assassination of Martin Luther King and the desperate search for his killer which was (and remains to this day) the biggest, most extensive manhunt ever conducted, and the first to use forensic techniques.
1943 #OnThisDay Franklin D. Roosevelt becomes the first US President to travel by airplane while in office when he flies to Morocco to meet with Winston Churchill at the Casablanca Conference.
Photo: FDR reviews troops in Casablanca.
Maria Daume was born in a Siberian prison, got moved to a Moscow orphanage at age 2 when her mother died, and came to the US at age 4 with her twin brother to settle with a family on Long Island who adopted them. Today she is scheduled to graduate from boot camp before going to the Marine Corps’ School of Infantry. Regardless of your thoughts on women in combat, we can all agree that Daume is... View details ⇨
If you have a tv subscription you can watch last night's premiere of Blood and Fury: The Battle of Nashville on #AHCgo, but if not you can still catch up on past episodes like Gettysburg, Fredericksburg, and Bull Run.
Gary Edelman, Director of the Civil Trust and Max Culhane, Executive Producer at AHC discuss the impact that the African-American soldiers of the United States Colored Troops had on the war, and on the view of slavery as the primary causes belli #BloodandFury
Did you see this? This past October there was a successful test of a F/A-18 Super Hornet deployed micro-drone swarm, which would be used for intelligence gathering and surveillance. If you scrub to the end you can see these wee beasties and hear the terrifying sound they make. Amazing stuff.