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Alexander the Great

This Greek king took a Risk by invading lands as far east as India, but he never lost a battle. Go »

Alvin York

When I bite into a peppermint patty, I get the sensation that I'm storming a German machine-gun nest in World War I, earning a Medal of Honor. Go »

Attila the Hun

He may or may not have been horny, but he certainly was Hungary for the ROMANtic part of Europe, I till ya. Go »

Audie Murphy

This heroic machine-gunner went to Hell and back, and later went to Hollywood and back. Go »

Bowe Bergdahl

Let's hope that America's last P.O.W., newly home from five years in captivity, remains her last P.O.W. Go »

Brian Chontosh

This devil dog has a cross to bear, and he should be proud of it. Go »

Bryan Anderson

Hollywood didn't turn its back on him when he came knocking with the only limb he had left. Go »

Chester Nimitz

Midway through his career, this subordinate impressed the brass enough to rise into their ranks. Go »

Chris Kyle

If you think you have the answer in your sights for this legendary marksman, pull the trigger. Go »

Ché Guevara

This Latin American guerilla became the spirit of the revolution. Go »

Curtis LeMay

Let's just say George Wallace's would-be VP wouldn't have gotten the Japanese vote after Hiroshima. Go »

David Farragut

This goo and Tom Petty both made their breakthrough with the same phrase. Go »

David Petraeus

The high-flying career of a CIA director has been brought down to Earth by Gmail. Go »

David Petraeus

Our nation's central commander would never betray us. Go »

Dmitry Nikolayevich Medvedev

His resistance against German occupiers made him a Soviet hero, but it did not make him the Russian president. Go »

Doris Miller

This chef helped make racial discrimination in the military one more casualty of Pearl Harbor. Go »

Duško Popov

Ian Fleming liked this three-way spy a lot. Go »

Ernest King

He put off retirement to command America's naval fleet. Who's the king? Go »

Ethan Allen

hard patriot, soft furniture Go »

Forest Yeo-Thomas

His testimony at the Nuremburg Trials helped the world see the forest for the trees when it came to understanding the Holocaust. Go »

Frank Buckles

Sometimes it's good to be in last place, but not if you have to do it twice. Go »

Gaius Marius

His military reforms made Rome's legions powerful, and led to his election as consul seven times. Go »

Genghis Khan

He founded the Mongol Empire, conquered most of central Asia, and executed some guy by pouring molten silver and gold on his face. Go »

Genghis Khan

Captain Kirk is really mad about this answer Go »

George Armstrong Custer

This Union general witnessed Lee surrender to Grant, but his ignomious last stand in Montana on the banks of the Little Bighorn River became his legacy. Go »

George S. Patton

It took guts to go to war against 0506, 0332 and 0483. Blood too. Go »

Geronimo

The name of this Apache wartime chieftain is familiar to any paratrooper who's jumped out of a plane. Go »

Grace Hopper

Somebody had to help the Navy work out the bugs in COBOL, and this officer was up to the task. Go »

Harold Schultz

Giving credit to this Marine after a case of mistaken identity raises important questions about military propaganda and historical accuracy. Go »

Heinrich Himmler

This leader waffled on his loyalties at the end of WWII, but ultimately decided on cyanide. Go »

Heinz Guderian

Put your arms together for this German General. Go »

Hyman Rickover

In his wake, this admiral left behind a legacy that transformed the navy at the subatomic level. Go »

Héctor Andrés Negroni

No history of Puerto Rico's contributions the U.S. Armed Forces would be complete without this colonel. Go »

J.R. Salzman

This athlete paid a high price for answering the charge, "Let's roll." Go »

James Blake Miller

He became a poster boy for war-weariness in Iraq, but he won't ever be on a poster for an anti-smoking campaign. Go »

James Mattis

Trump might have no better friend, and ISIS no worse enemy, than this enraged canine. Go »

James Stockdale

Phil Hartman's easiest caricature. Go »

Jessica Lynch

The first celebrity of the war in Iraq has been mobbed by the media. Go »

Joan of Arc

Dieu parlait à elle en français. Go »

Kim Phúc

The photo of this crying girl became burned into our memory as we considered ending the conflict that destroyed her home. Go »

Léo Major

It was never clear whether he was a sergeant, a major, or a sergeant major, but all the same, he twice conducted himself with distinction. Go »

Matt Urban

From his home city of Buffalo, he heard the Call of Duty and eventually became the most decorated soldier in World War II. Go »

Michael Blassie

Think you can lay this goo to rest in a week? It took the Army 26 years to identify him. Go »

Michael Mullen

His experience commanding every Battleship on the sea made him a strong military advisor to Bush and Obama. Go »

Otto Skorzeny

This scar-faced German gained fame for liberating another nation's leader from captivity. Go »

Pancho Villa

This hero of the Mexican revolution died an enemy of the States. Go »

Pat Tillman

Football players aren't supposed to tackle their own teammates, and if they do, the NFL isn't supposed to deny that it happened. Go »

Paul Tibbets

Lots of nervous parents drop off their little boys at school or the park. No one expects a death toll in the tens of thousands like his. Go »

Pierre L'Enfant

This military engineer designed a plan that made the most powerful city in the world look like a wheel's spokes laid over a checkerboard, replacing what was once swampland. Go »

Robert Baden-Powell

I feel confident that you will find this British military officer and author. I really do, scout's honor. Go »

Robert E. Lee

This Southern gentleman's war on Grants was plenty civil. Go »

Roméo Dallaire

Thirteen years ago, this soldier embodied the U.N.'s love of peace even in the dark face of hatred. Go »

Scott O'Grady

This Falcon had a hard landing in Bosnia. Go »

Sidney Reilly

He wasn't very intrepid, and he didn't ride tricycles, but he was British SIS's secret ace-in-the-hole during the Great War. Go »

Simón Bolívar

guerrero, libertador, salvador Go »

Stanislav Petrov

Maybe the only reason we lived through the Cold War was that someone didn't panic about a false alarm. War, what is it good for? Go »

Stonewall Jackson

After this goo lost his left arm, Lee lost his right. Go »

Sullivan Ballou

This Rhode Islander is not remembered so much for his courage on the battlefield at Bull Run as he is for his eloquence in communicating to the wife who would soon be his widow. Go »

T.E. Lawrence

This goo was a poet, a scholar and a mighty warrior... and also the most shameless exhibitionist since Barnum & Bailey. Go »

Takeda Shingen

He can be described as swift, silent, fierce, and immovable. Go »

Thomas Claw

decipher this Go »

Tommy Franks

If only Iraq had a general named Beans. Go »

Tsutomu Yamaguchi

It's official. Three days after being struck by a small child, this island native was assaulted by a large adult. Fortunately, he survived to tell his side of the story. Go »

Ulysses S. Grant

Victory grants no absolution in war. Go »

Vasily Zaytsev

This Soviet sniper repelled the enemy at the gates during World War II, but it didn't make him the Russian president either. Go »

William Stephenson

I hope that British intelligence had better ways of concealing the face of this courageous super-spy than I do. Go »

William T. Sherman

This general didn't send his enemies to the fires of Hell; he brought those fires to their home cities. Go »

Winfield Scott

This general was known for his ability to take any meadow, savanna, or garden in battle. Go »

Yasuke

In 1977, Jim Kelly starred in the Blaxploitation film Black Samurai, but only one person in history was the real deal. Go »