The ninja could use a diverse array of specialized weapons and equipment under appropriate circumstances. The majority of these ninja tools appear in Bansen Shukai, a famed seventeenth-century ninja manual. ...
Examining the Special Forces units early in the Vietnam conflict and their vital role in attempting to stabilize the country and provide training for the South Vietnamese military. Also discussing various engagements involving U.S. Special Forces, the significance of those engagements, the actions...
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,...
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.
Learn who's who in this real life Female Spy article. A famous woman chef who worked for the CIA, Girl Scouts who spied for the UK, and more! And it is all true! Learn some SPY LINGO along the way!
The story of a World War I American Indian from Arizona who became he first Arizonan and first Native American to die in combat in WW I. Mystery still surrounds his reason for changing his name to Mathew B. Rivers when he joined the Army.
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.
This article profiles the Knights Templar Order from their inception in the First Crusade to their rise to power, and ultimately their downfall. The Hospitaller Knights are also compared to their counterparts, the Templars.
Horses played a critical role during the American Civil War, especially for the generals sitting on them. Some generals had several favorite horses during war. A few of the key players such as Lee, Grant, and Sherman, are mentioned here with the names of their most popular horses.
The fastest torpedo, the Shkval, travels at 230 mph which is close to the speed of AS365 Dauphin, one of the fastest civilian helicopters. How can something travel so fast under water? Read on to find out.