John Walter Scott was born on 1 December 1907 in Camden, New Jersey, and began studying illustration at the age of sixteen.
Nothing can match learning about the Normandy landings as you visit the very places where these events unfolded and hear the stories of those who fought there.
Learn about the Ball family, World War II, Muncie, Indiana, and Bob Ross.
On this episode of Army Artifacts, learn about Army pilots Kenneth Taylor and George Welch who, while still wearing their tuxedos from the night before, jumped into their P-40s to face enemy aircraft on December 7th, 1941.
One of the least known U.S. Army formations of World War II was the 2d Cavalry Division, which enjoyed the dubious distinction of being inactivated twice.
In June 1944, 19-year-old Carver McGriff participated in the D-Day invasion, crossing the beaches of Normandy to join the 357th Infantry Regiment.