An Imaginary Interview of Gen. George Washington, the supreme commander of the Continental Army shortly after the Treaty of Paris in 1783 by Michael M. Nakade (When the Second Continental Congress was convened in May 1775 in Philadelphia,...
USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Most sailors get to see the world. I got to see a part of history in the making. It was back in the early '90s that I was stationed aboard the United States aircraft carrier, USS Enterprise (CVN-65). We were in dry dock at...
An overview of The Red Baron, Manfred von Richthofen and his life and legacy
All about the makeup, organization and hierarchy of the ancient Egyptian armies as well as how they evolved during the Old, Middle and New Kingdoms of Egypt.
Movies on the war in Vietnam tell us not so much about Vietnam and its people but about the psyche of the U.S in the 1970's and the post conflict agonies thereafter.
We all love to parody these rogues of the Caribbean and various other seas. But is all that we hold dear about pirates true or are many of the stereotypes bred in the fertile imaginations of authors and film makers. Well, me hearties, read on and discover for yourself!
Development for the F-15 was done with the maxim, “Not a pound for air-to-ground.” Air Force pilots and leaders believed the F-15 was a winner some outside experts were skeptical of its capabilities.
1941-1942 were dark days for Britain as she stood alone against the Nazi hordes. Ony her strong navy stood between her and starvation. This is the story of the bravest of the brave.
Patton’s ill-conceived raid on a POW camp to save his son in law led to controversy, recriminations and needless casualties. There is another secret behind the decision that is never discussed.
In the frozen hell of Chosin Reservoir, a U.S. Army artilleryman helped save hundreds of Marines.