After they complete their military service, K9 veterans find respect, admiration, and plenty of snuggle time from adoptive families.
Amid an increasingly hostile society, one estate near Wilmington remains an unlikely refuge. (Volume 3, Part 10)
A husband and wife, separated by war, exchange letters to bridge the distance. (Volume 3, Part 9)
One of the state’s foremost scholars finds his purpose is not in books but on the battlefield. (Volume 3, Part 8)
A socialite collects intelligence for the Confederacy. Her loyalty comes at a price. (Volume 3, Part 7)
During World War II, coastal residents turned out their lights and waited in silence for German U-boats to sink another ship. The submarines lurking in the Atlantic crippled the coast with fear and claimed nearly 5,000 lives.
When one soldier landed at Normandy, he never imagined he’d be living to tell about it 70 years later. But the Airborne and Special Operations Museum in Fayetteville gives him the opportunity.