In addition to seeing improvements on older weaponry, warriors and soldiers experienced the creation and the use of many new technologies including explosives, revolvers, and automatic machine guns.
Meet the only “assault helicopter” in the world.
The Indian government entered into a deal with Swedish arms manufacturer AB Bofors in March 1986 for the purchase of 400 howitzer guns of 155 mm make at a cost of Rs 1,437 crore. It stirred a huge political controversy in India and the Nehru-Gandhi family was accused of profiteering.
The Fustibal or Staff Sling was a portable siege weapon of the medieval period. It was portable, easy to make and use. In short is the ultimate weapon for a movable army.
Those that have seen the bulky military tanks out there will wonder if it can really go fast, wouldn’t you’ll? So what’s it, can it or can’t it? Let’s find out.
Television series about the US Armed Forces have sometimes rubbed viewers the wrong way. This is easier to understand when we study history. The Montford Point Marines' story of WWII is just gaining momentum after 70+ years, unknown among many US Marines themselves.
In the 1950s a group of scientists working on robotics research accidentally discovered the principle behind a deadly new weapon that utilized infrasound – sound at such a low frequency that it cannot be heard by human ears, but powerful enough to tear a person apart, quite literally, from the...
An easy to make crossbow that will give your kids hours of fun from building it to firing it at tin cans.
Ever wonder where did personal armor came from, how did it develop, and where will it go from here? This explains it all.
Meet the only real flying saucer in history, and it came somewhere in Canada.