In the frozen hell of Chosin Reservoir, a U.S. Army artilleryman helped save hundreds of Marines.
Many, many generations have passed since the birth of brothers Jean and Michel Ney. That these two men were born in Saarlouis, France is a fact, that they were respectfully born in 1767 and 1769 is also fact, that their parents are Pierre and...
Northrop delivered this P-61, serial number 43-8330, to the U.S. Army on July 28, 1945. This P-61 is one of only 4 P-61 in existence today.
Ever wonder where did personal armor came from, how did it develop, and where will it go from here? This explains it all.
Pirates go by many different names: Buccaneers, corsairs, Vikings, and privateers. Each served a purpose and were active during different eras, yet all had one thing in common, they were Pirates.
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.
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.
Native Americans in their 90s finally received their WWII medals just weeks after a US Senator likened his 21-hour speech chore to the Death March of Bataan.
Pirates needed a ship for all their nefarious, shifty activities at sea. A vessel with top speed and maneuverability with the ability to reach inland and avoid pursuit and yet be able to hold lots of fighting men and even more booty was the pirate's mainstay. There were a number of favourite...
Chemical gases, nuclear weaponry, landmines and incendiary weapons are the offspring of technology and warfare. Such weapons are currently banned or restricted under several treaties, and all are labeled as inhumane and/or indiscriminate for many reasons. Understanding the history and use of such...